The Hotel, being the heart beat of the Africa culture, has been carrying people and treasures to and from Zanzibar for hundreds of years. Today the dhow palace boutique hotel serves as a meeting point of people and artifacts from all over the world, in a truly Zanzibar style. Originally the home of a rich merchant, this graceful building has stood for more than one hundreds and fifty years in the heart of stone town, being witness of the events of Zanzibar’s history and finally being restored to an elegant hotel. Being right in the heart of stone town you do not have to go far to find the shops, restaurant’ and the other historical attractions.
Walking around the hotel you get the feeling of being in a museum dedicated to furniture, ornaments and pictures which represent all the style which have been brought to Zanzibar over the years. Traditional Swahili beds, furnished with antiques. the hotel now has thirty rooms, fully access equipped with air conditioning, telephone, cables television, hotspot wireless internet, fridge, water heater and hair dryer, most of them with balconies facing the back courtyard of the swimming pool.
With its open-air interior courtyard, the snack bar with the pool side restaurant, the ideal relaxation sport for the guests, where they can savour local and international cuisines.
Watch the beautiful sunsets in peace and harmony while on the roof top terrace and wrapped up in Zanzibar culture. Let the Dhow palace sail you through your holiday, explore the history and culture. Enjoy the food, the climate and relax while the hotel takes care of all your desires.
Guest room amenities:
2 - 3 large four posters beds (limited rooms only)
All with mosquito nets
En suite bathroom
Some with veranda
Split level air conditioner
Telephone & Cable Television in separate
Extra bed or Extra Person$ 25 per day per person
- Children under 10 years$ 15 per day per child
- Children below 6 years old sharing with parents is free, if no extra bed needed.
Mealplan per Person : Half-board $ 25 per day
Full-board$ 40 per day
Note: Three course menu, drinks and lobster are excluded.