Kendwa Rocks Hotel in Nungwi
Located on Kendwa Beach, our Nungwi hotel offers rooms and suites overlooking the Indian Ocean and gardens.
With local furnishings, all rooms and suites feature air conditioning, a fan, a private bathroom, a digital safe and mosquito nets. Upstairs, the double and twin rooms open to a balcony with sea views. Larger rooms have a seating area and a terrace with sea views. Some rooms overlook the garden. The bathrooms come with a shower and toilet.
The property serves breakfast in the morning. Our Nungwi Hotel also has a restaurant where guests can enjoy international and Swahili cuisine. Guests can enjoy a variety of cocktails and exotic refreshments at Mermaid Bar. Concerts and entertainment are organized on some evenings.
An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including diving, volleyball and canoeing.
Tembo Hotel in Stone Town
We will end our stay in Zanzibar at he famous Tembo hotel depending on our flight back home !
A Unique experience waits at the Tembo House & Apartments Tembo House Hotel & Apartments is situated at the heart of Zanzibar Stone Town by the picturesque seafront. The magnificent main Building has had various functions over the past centuries. Between 1834 and 1884 it served as the American Consulate in Zanzibar then passed on to become the trading offices of Cowasjee Dinshaw & Partners. Their headquarters was in Aden(what now is known as the Port of Suez), and with trading posts notably in most of the British Protectorate areas, it became the largest trading Company in the India Ocean. To this day, the name of Cowasjee Dinwash & Partners is still visible at the main entrance of Tembo House Hotel.
Tembo House Hotel has seen a few celebrities pass through is doors during the consulate era, the Conwasjee Dinwash era and as a Hotel. Mahatma Gandhi stayed here a few weeks with the Dinwash family on his journey back to India from South Africa 1930. As a rising new star in the British, and the world music scene, Freddie Mercury and his family used to retreat to what is now Marashi apartment whenever they came back to Zanzibar on holidays. Next to Tembo House Hotel is also what used to be the British Consulate, where in 1874, Dr. Livingstones body was brought OLD embarking on its long journey back to England. A stone throw away is the Beit-al-Ajaib of House of wonders. This landmark building, is the largest and by far, the tallest building in Stone Town. Flanking the Beit-al-Ajaib is the Old Fort on one side and the Palace Museum on the other side. find the In other words, Tembo House Hotel is situated on a prime location, you need not go far to shops, the restaurants and the Historical sites that Zanzibar Stone Town has on offer. Zanzibar port is just 5 minutes drive away and the Zanzibar International Airport a further 15 minutes away.