Swahili Beach Resort is a magnificent beach resort located on the most beautiful part of Zanzibar, the south famous Dolphin coast - Kizimkazi. The entire resort is built in a big and lushy garden with stunning views from all public areas including the swimming pool. In addition to the beauty of the natural surroundings, the resort offers a wide range of facilities and activities to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
Kizimkazi is an unexploited village, which still follows a traditional Zanzibarian life-style and culture. The villagers are very peaceful, warm and welcoming people. Kizimkazi is one of the oldest habitats in East Africa and the oldest known mosque in the region is situated here. The theme behind Swahili Beach Resort is to provide you with an experience that blends in and enhances the natural beauty and serenity of Zanzibar.
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• 19 Rooms (all sea view)
• Separate dressing room
• En suite bath room
• Spacious veranda
• Air conditioning
• Ceiling fans
• Hair dryer
• Satellite TV
• Smoke detectors
• Safe box
• Room service
Accomodation at Swahili Beach Resort
There are a total of 19 rooms consisting of 9 Sands Rooms, 6 Superior Rooms and 4 Cabana Rooms.
The Sands Rooms are the largest and closest to the ocean. These are single storey semi detached units with 2 rooms per unit. They enjoy both a beach and ocean view. The Superior Rooms are located a little further back but still enjoy a sea view. These rooms are double storey semi detached units with 4 rooms per unit. The Cabana Rooms are sort of in between, but they also have a beach and sea view.
All rooms are exceptionally comfortable and spacious. They all have a separate dressing room, en suite bathrooms with awesome showers and nice big verandahs. All the rooms also feature air conditioners, ceiling fans, satellite television, mini bars, telephones and safe deposit boxes. The bathrooms have hair dryers.
The lodge has the Cinnamon Restaurant, Caraway Bar and Pili Pili Lounge.
Breakfasts are served from the buffet and consist of English breakfast, fruit or cereals. Lunch is served from the lunch menu. The lunches are basically pub lunch type meals such as burgers, fish and pizzas. Dinners are served from the buffet and range from traditional Swahili seafood to western style dishes.
The Caraway Bar overlooks the swimming pool and ocean. It is the perfect place for sundowner cocktails or just to chill out at during the day. They serve the full range of spirits, wines, fruit juices, smoothies and their own Swahili Tea.
The Pili Pili Lounge is a sort of chill out lounge where drinks are served and guests can just sit relax, have a drink and chat.
• Deep Sea Fishing
• Spice Tour
• Jozani Forest (Colobus Monkeys)
• Dolphin Tour
• Safari Blue Tour
• Stonetown Tour
• Prison Island boat Trip
• PADI Dive Centre
Traveler Rating: 5 (out of 5)
Current reviews - 5 posted
Swahili Beach Resort
Author: edyn roberts
Posted: Saturday, January 12 2008, 00:48:45
I stayed at Swahili over Christmas and it was fantastic. Anna and Ted are great hosts--very easy going and freindly, and the amenities are great value for money. The pool was great, the rooms spacious and clean, the food tasty and well prepared. I would totally stay here again. the only thing missing is a beach with dry sand...the tides are in and out so the sand is always wet, but the pool offered a great alternative.
Personal Service. Magical Stay.
Author: Cassidy Human
Posted: Monday, May 28 2012, 10:20:49
What can I say about this hotel and the area surrounding it without gushing? We visited just before the end of Ramadan to find the hotel empty with just the two of us as guests for the whole of our two week stay......for us this was heaven. All the accommodation in the immediate area was also very quiet so the gorgeous white, powder beach was only shared with the local villagers. We were immediately upgraded to a beachfront bungalow and the staff could not do enough for us nor could they have been friendlier or more welcoming. We saw no more than eight other guests coming and going during the whole of a two week stay and loved every moment of it. The Zanzibari people are without exception friendly and welcoming, even in the bustling streets of Stone Town we found the local residents charming. We loved Zanzibar and all it has to offer. I do not think we will ever get sole use of an entire resort again, but we will certainly be returning. We felt like part of the 'Swahili Beach family' when we left even receiving farewell hugs from the hotel management. Simply magical!
A beautiful resort, existing cheek by jowl with village life
Author: Chantal Sharp
Posted: Monday, May 28 2012, 10:23:29
Swahili Beach Resort is the perfect antedote to the hustle and bustle of modern life. Situated on a lovely stretch of beach in Kizimkaze in the southern most point of Zanzibar, it is an ideal spot for swimming, bumming around on the beach, gazing at the beautiful sunsets and watching the twinkling lights of Dar in the distance. This is also the place to come if you are interested in seeing dolphins - you can either book through the hotel or one of many local guides can take you. It's location means that it exists cheek by jowl with Kizimkaze village. By the end of my two week stay, I felt I was able to grasp the local culture and traditions going on around me, but Swahili Beach actively encourage guests to visit the village. Speaking a little bit of Swahili goes a long way and the beautiful, kind, friendly staff were only to happy to teach me and my boyfriend a few words. By the end of our stay, we had made some friends for life. I will definitely return.
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