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We have a range of budget places to stay in Zanzibar from as low as £10 per night
Based on previous Zanzibar accommodation searches, the average starting price is £44
Want to splurge? At the top end in Zanzibar, we have 16 places to stay with prices starting at £78
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Zanzibar is £44 per night.
box 210, Jambiani, Zanzibar JambianiOutstanding 97%
hadleyrose.1 Dudé was a fabulous host and guide. The property is in an absolutely idyllic location and the house and outdoor spaces are perfectly suited to a relaxing stay at the beach. The village of Jambiani is quaint and peaceful, but is near enough to some more built up areas along the coast so that you can enjoy all facets of beach life. Dudé's cooking was incredible, and his attentiveness and hospitality made our stay wonderfully memorable!
Nyumba ya Moto St. 293 Forodhani Stone TownOutstanding 100%
Mizingani Road, Malindi, Opposite New Fish Market Opposite HarbourExcellent 92%
gilooou1 Really nice hotel, the rooms are very big and clean considering the price. Atmosphere convivial, the staff proposes some cheap trips (Prison island, spice tour...) . Internet is free, and the breakfast is huge!
Shangani Street Stone TownOutstanding 100%
bird-m Quite good, we enjoyed our stay thoroughly. A relaxed atmosphere, and friendly and helpful staff. Food wasn't great. We found the prices of the accommodation on Zanzibar in general highly overvalued compared to many other similar locations worldwide, this one was good compared to the rest but still overpriced. It's still under construction, while rooms after two years feel used.
Bwejuu Beach, South East CoastExcellent 90%
Victoria Street Vuga AreaExcellent 90%
Kelele Square Stone TownExcellent 90%
axb320 Our stay was wonderful! The staff were incredibly helpful and made sure we got everything we wanted. When we first got there we asked about coffee, and along with recommendations for where to get great coffee, we were taken to a little coffee stand outside the hotel that sold these delicious things called kashata- it was awesome! The rooms were all different and beautiful. To top it off, the whole thing was decorated with antique furniture and ornaments from Zanzibar. If I went back again I would definitely stay there, no doubt about it!
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