x The average starting price for a place to stay in Dar es Salaam is £60 per night.
Off Nyerere rd, J Nyerere Airport areaGood 71%
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.
Livingstone corner Amani Streets KariakooGood 70%
P.O.BOX 8343 Magomeni0 65%
madeleinex This is a great hotel for budget travel, especially for people traveling to Zanzibar as we were. We were met at the airport which was fantastic for 2 girls who were quite apprehensive about arriving into a chaotic airport. The staff were extremely friendly and couldn't do enough for us. The AC was a blessing come bedtime and the rooms were clean with double beds in single rooms, mosquito nets and TVs!! The included breakfast offered various options with fresh fruit and juice available. They also arranged our ferry crossing to Zanzibar for us and transferred us to the ferry port themselves. All in all, the hotel exceeded our expectations and made a great start to our trip!!
bchaligne Karibu. Nice place but a little bit far from the center. For someone who wants to escape city's noises and has a mean of transportation. People are welcoming, nice and very helpful. Rooms are simplistic and the motel isn't totaly built.
Bibi Titi Mohamed Road0 60%
Plot 7 Nyerere /segerea rds, Ukonga SLB 18083 Dar Es Salaam0 37%
dkmayes As others have said, the motel is very convenient for those arriving late or departing early from the airport but that is its only selling point Nothing to do in or around the motel. The restaurant serves extremely basic food and took over an hour ( for baked chicken and rice- no sauce) On the plus side, the taxi sevice to Ubungo bus station in the morning was excellent. I was so early (0500) that the driver stayed with me until the bus arrived and then arranged a reasonable fare so I didn't get ripped off.
Plot ILA/UK/MZZ/39/1520 0%
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