Stone Town - Hotels & Lodges
- Zenji Hotel
The laid back atmosphere, combined with Zanzibar hospitality and Western comfort, makes Zenji hotel a welcome and friendly place for travelers looking for a relaxing stay while exploring Stone Town. The breakfast buffet with homemade products is served on the Rooftop Cafe. All nine rooms have a different atmosphere referring to the rich Zanzibar heritage and culture but all with Western comfort. Their shop has beautiful handmade gifts and supports local artists and craftsmen.
- Zanzibar Coffee House
The Zanzibar Coffee House Hotel offers a touch of magic and romance in an authentic Arabic house deep in the heart of Stone Town. Transformed into a stylish hotel with harmonious interiors, antiques and rich fabrics, it is one of the oldest buildings in Zanzibar constructed in 1885 by Sir Tharia Topan, Wazir to Sultan Said Bargash. The 8 individually designed rooms offer single or double occupancy within the warmth of this antique building. All rooms have traditional Zanzibar four-poster beds, antique furniture and unusual details.
- Kholle House
After three years of restoration, you can experience the history and care that went into every detail. Kholle House has been lovingly turned into a boutique hotel in the heart of Stone Town. Each of the 9 rooms is uniquely designed with combinations of Swahili and French-Creole influence.
- Jafferji House & Spa
- Kisiwa House
A luxurious hotel in Stone Town, Kisiwa House is noted for its blend of boutique sophistication and gracious Swahili hospitality. Promising an unforgettable experience of professional service, comfort and unmatched elegance within a decidedly romantic and enchanting Swahili feel throughout our 9 rooms and suites.
- Emerson of Spice - Stone Town:
Emerson Spice consists of three adjoining World Heritage site buildings in the exotic Kasbah of Zanzibar’s Stonetown. Two of the facades face a quaint square at the end of historic Tharia Street, a principal thoroughfare for walking tours of the city. The third façade looks down Tharia Street toward the Anglican Cathedral and the slave market. Nestled among the rear facades is a squared private courtyard containing an ancient well.
- Emerson on Hurumzi - Stone Town:
An exotic and curious building with historical significance and unique style. The recent refurbishment combines the elegance of the period in which it was built with period antique furnishing and the color and comfort of the 21st century.