20 semi-detached banda chalets on the beach and 10 lodge rooms. Great diving, and arguably the best beach on Zanzibar. Large pool for when the tide is out. A very private location with pleasant rooms and good food.
Guide Price$195 to $290 depending on room type (half board) *Recommended*
A very small lodge on the Northeast of Zanzibar. Lovely rooms though no aircon or fans and the rocky beach is very popular with local fishermen, is great for snorkelling though does have sea urchins.
Located on the lower section of Zanzibar’s East Coast, Echo Beach is an unpretentious new small hotel offering excellent value for money, one of the islands best beaches and (it is not often we feel it necessary to say this) an absolutely superb chef!
Guide Price $200 (half board)*Recommended*
On the Northeast Coast of Zanzibar, near Matemwe, a simple lodge set up on a slight cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean. An old lodge that has been improving over the years and now offers a swimming pool and luxury suite rooms
Guide Price$150 (half board)*Recommended*
Very similar to Echo beach, a small well run hotel on a lovely beach – newly opened
Guide Price $155 (half board)*Recommended*
A larger hotel with 70 rooms with many amenities. A hotel, and one of the only beach hotels on Zanzibar with a dedicated spa. A good all round hotel especially popular with families.
Guide Price $192 (half board) depending on room type
A self-confessed 3 star lodge, all of the 12 cottages are well appointed and maintained with a lovely swimming pool. One of the best beaches around; the lack of air con can be a problem though.
Guide Price$120 (half board)
A new resort style hotel on the north eastern coast, the Kempinski boasts a Thai spa and international cuisine in international style surroundings.
Guide Price$310 (half board)