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We have a range of budget places to stay in Dar es Salaam from as low as £10 per night
Based on previous Dar es Salaam accommodation searches, the average starting price is £64
Want to splurge? At the top end in Dar es Salaam, we have 10 places to stay with prices starting at £102
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Dar es Salaam is £64 per night.
Kigamboni, TemekeExcellent 90%
Kivukoni Street P O Box 9574Excellent 90%
102/103 Africana Road Jangwani Beach AreaGreat 80%
Sea-view Ocean Road PO Box 542Excellent 90%
Dr. Kairuki Road MikocheniExcellent 90%
Kunduchi MTomgani Road KaweExcellent 90%
Off Nyerere rd, J Nyerere Airport areaGood 73%
smreiter14 The hotel is directly across the main highway from the airport, but it is down a very rough dirt road, which would make for tough going if you were trying to wheel luggage. Taxi costs $5, which is not a big deal but a lot for a 3 minute ride.
P.o Box 64Great 81%
angela.rabanus As a family of 4 we stayed at your hotel at the end of December and were very pleased with the standards. Staff were very friendly and helpful, the service was very good, we had a very short but pleasant stay. Despite being in the centre of the city it was remarkably quiet and the showers were bliss! The gym was appreciated by our sons and the views from the top floor (gym) are really good. Breakfast was however not ready at 7.30am and some of the food (milk) was off (was replaced quickly). The breakfast room is not airconditioned which is fine if you get a table under a fan but can be hot if not. Overall we would be very happy to return to Tanzanite Executive Suites.
Slipway Road Msasani PeninsularGreat 80%
Livingstone corner Amani Streets KariakooGood 70%
Tuari Road, Kawe BeachGreat 80%
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