Indian Ocean Beach Resorts - Zanzibar & Pemba.

236 Hurumzi - Stone Town, Zanzibar

Just behind the House of Wonders in the heart of Stone Town, the 236 Hurumzi is one of Zanzibar's best-known and highly rated hotels. Formerly known as Emerson and Green it was originally owned and decorated in eclectic style by a Mr Emerson, who has now sold it and is building a new hotel, Emerson Spice, elsewhere on the island. Now named after Hurumzi Street, upon which it stands, the hotel occupies 2 restored buildings dating from 1840-70, decorated with antique Zanzibari furniture and carpets.

Bluebay Beach Resort and Spa - Zanzibar

The five-star Blue Bay Beach Resort and Spa stands in 30 acres of tropical gardens, dotted with over 1,000 palm trees and facing a wide, white, sandy beach. For centuries past, cardamom, clove and cinnamon culled from the fabled spice gardens of the enchanted island of Zanzibar have been prized by sultans and princes alike. Now you can pick them for yourself on a spice tour that takes you from the winding alleys, carved doors and cool courtyards of Stone Town.

Breezes Beach Club and Spa - Zanzibar

The Breezes Beach Club and Spa, 5-star family-run Zanzibar holiday resort is located on a pristine stretch of beach was nominated among the top five resorts in Africa and won the "Best Resort in Tanzania" at the World Travel Awards. Perfectly presented, this family vacation and beach vacation destination features a high level of interior d├ęcor and has been carefully furnished using genuine antiques and carefully selected art pieces.

Dhow Palace Hotel - Stone Town, Zanzibar

The Dhow Palace is an original house set in the heart of Stone Town (the capital city of Zanzibar Island). Economically priced and simplistically presented, it offers a roof-top restaurant, a central courtyard and a selection of large, authentic, rooms, all with enormous Zanzibari four-poster beds. Fully renovated in 2005, a new wing has been added to the original building, which offers a central courtyard with swimming pool, and a new selection of rooms, all with balconies.

Fairmont Zanzibar - Unguja, Zanzibar

The Fairmont Zanzibar, a member of the Fairmont hotels chain, is a superlative luxury beach holiday hotel, situated on 350 m of pristine beachfront. It offers 109 newly-renovated and comfortably appointed rooms and suites, located within extensive tropical gardens and with immediate access to a 45 km white sand beach. Zanzibar, the spice island of Tanzania is one of the continent's most famous destinations

Fumba Beach Lodge - Zanzibar

Situated on one of Zanzibar's most beautiful and secluded beaches, Fumba Beach Lodge is a luxurious and peaceful hideaway, offering a perfect blend of casual elegance and friendly first class service. Just 30 minutes southwest of Zanzibar's historic capital, Stone Town, with its magnificent architecture and ancient culture, the Lodge is concealed well away from the busy tourist areas, making it the perfect venue for enjoying the peace and tranquillity of this tropical island paradise.

Fundu Lagoon - Pemba, Zanzibar

Fundu Lagoon is located on Pemba Island, the sister island to Zanzibar, and is one of the top 5 diving destinations in the world. The hotel is situated on a beautiful remote beach on the south-western side of the island and is only accessible by boat. Fundu Lagoon has been designed for travellers looking to escape the usual holiday crowds. This luxurious yet rustic getaway provides a friendly, relaxed haven of peace and outstanding natural beauty.

Karafuu Hotel Beach Resort - Zanzibar

Karafuu means 'cloves' in Swahili and echoes the hotel's location on the famous 'spice isle' of Zanzibar. Fronting on to a wide pure white sandy beach with fabulous views over the sapphire waters of the Indian Ocean, the Karafuu Hotel Beach Resort offers the ultimate island retreat. For centuries past, cardamom, clove and cinnamon culled from the fabled spice gardens of the enchanted island of Zanzibar have been prized by sultans and princes alike.

La Gemma Dell' Est - Zanzibar

La Gemma Dell' Est is the largest resort on Zanzibar and stands on the north-west coast near to Kendwa Rocks on a magnificent stretch of beach. An all-inclusive package hotel (all meals, drinks and entertainment), the hotel is modernistic in design and covers a large plot of tropical gardens facing a beautiful stretch of beach. Offering three restaurants, 3 bars, evening entertainment, a comprehensive activity programme and a social area built out over a sea jetty, the hotel is an ideal family or friends' choice.

Ocean Paradise Resort - Zanzibar

The Ocean Paradise Resort, Zanzibar is a peaceful and secluded resort located on one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in East Africa, and surrounded by acres of brilliantly colour tropical gardens, which feature their own waterfall. With its own dive school, selection of restaurants and numerous activities, Ocean Paradise is ideal for families, couples or business-people alike. Zanzibar, the spice island of Tanzania is one of the continent's most famous destinations when it comes to beach travel and vacations.

Tembo House Hotel - Stone Town, Zanzibar

The Tembo House Hotel stands on the seafront in the very centre of Stone Town, Zanzibar, some 10-15 minute's drive from the International Airport . A magnificent building poised at the edge of this Indian Ocean island town, the hotel is a historic icon that once served as the American Consulate in 1834 and later as the premises of Cowasjee Dinshaw and Partners, a famous trading company in the western Indian Ocean in 1884.

The Royal Zanzibar Beach Resort - Zanzibar

The stylish and excellently presented Royal Zanzibar Beach Resort lies to the north of the island, near the dhow centre of Nungwi. Magnificently located it offers four stunning pools, 3 restaurants, 4 bars, numerous activities, and is exceptionally child-friendly. Zanzibar, the spice island of Tanzania is one of the continent's most famous destinations when it comes to beach travel, beach vacations, beach resorts and Tanzania holiday options.

The Swahili House - Stone Town, Zanzibar

The Swahili House has stood at the heart of historic Stone Town for 125 years. Built as a traditional Indian merchant's house, it was also home to members of the ruling Omani Sultan's family until being renovated and turned into a Boutique hotel in 2008. Built on five floors around a central courtyard, which features both a traditional Zanzibari staircase and a lift, it offers 22 rooms and a rooftop dining and bar area (with Jacuzzi).

Unguja Lodge - Zanzibar

Situated on one of Zanzibar's most beautiful and secluded beaches, Unguja Lodge is small but very luxurious beach hideaway, offering a perfect blend of casual elegance and friendly first class service. Just 30 minutes southwest of Zanzibar's historic capital, Stone Town, with its magnificent architecture and ancient culture, the Lodge is concealed well away from the busy tourist areas, making it the perfect venue for enjoying the peace and tranquillity of this tropical island paradise.

Zamani Zanzibar Kempinski Hotel - Zanzibar

The stunning Zamani Zanzibar Kempinski Hotel offers crystal blue waters, a wide selection of dining experiences, sumptuous suites, extensive sports, and its own spa and private beach club. To enter the world of Zanzibar, meanwhile, is to step through the looking glass into the world of a thousand and one nights and black eyes that smile from behind deep veils. There's a House of Wonders and a street of food, a Palace Museum, an ancient slave market, an age-old fort, a ruined harem and the house where Dr Livingstone once lived.

Zanzibar Serena Inn - Stone Town, Zanzibar

Idyllically situated on the sea-front of ancient Stone Town, and flanked by an exotic mix of sultan's palaces, Portuguese forts, ancient dhow harbours, and bright bazaars, the Zanzibar Serena Inn is a haven of tranquility and opulence amongst the bustle of one Africa's most ancient and most enchanting towns. A member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the inn has been styled to represent the epitome of Swahili style, ethnic elegance and Arabic opulence.