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Best Western Plus Zanzibar

Best Western Plus Zanzibar

Best Western Plus Zanzibar is ideally situated on the seafront of the ancient town of Stone Town right next to the Ferry Harbor, the Best Western Plus Zanzibar is flanked by an exotic mixture of cultural and architectural fusion within the UNESCO protected World Heritage Centre.

We are within walking distance of all the renowned sites some of which range back to the late 17th Century, and acted as, among others, home of the world-renowned explorer Dr. Livingstone and the rock star Freddy Mercury of the famous Queen band.

We offer modern convenience with an enchanting Swahili feel and unparalleled hospitality. Each of our rooms is unique with high quality modern furniture against an antique background feel for that refined travel experience. Our roof top bar offers a panoramic view of the dock and ocean where you can enjoy a sun-downer cocktail as you watch the dhows glide majestically across the waters into the harbor.

Our staff is always on hand to offer sophisticated service with a flare of the gracious Swahili hospitality. Personal attention to detail is something that we take great pride in.

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Zanzibar Beach

Just like Tanzania, Zanzibar is three hours in the advance of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+3). It doesn't operate daylight saving time, and consequently there's no time difference between Zanzibar's summer and winter months.

Discover Uganda

Uganda is a truly “authentic” safari destination - definitely less sophisticated than Tanzania or Kenya in terms of infrastructure and not in the same “big game” league, but equally untouched and as genuine as Africa gets.
Uganda’s gorillas, chimps, birds and the wider range of special-interest attractions (from butterflies to orchids) makes it a perfect match for first timers and seasoned African visitors alike.

Visit Tanzania

Tanzania home to Africa's most dramatic and famous features.  Fantastic wildlife, stunning scenery and idyllic beaches Tanzania is virtually unrivalled in terms of wildlife population and diversity. From the biggest African plains, the Serengeti, to the highest African mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro, to the deepest African Lake Tanganyika.
Pemba offers classic tropical beaches to those wanting to get away from the crowds, whilst the Selous Game Reserve never disappoints those looking for lion and elephant!

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