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Protea Hotel Amani Beach

Protea Hotel Amani Beach, Tanzania

Protea Hotel Amani Beach is set amongst 40 hectares of indigenous parkland overlooking the Indian Ocean, the Protea Hotel Amani Beach is just 30km South of Dar es salaam, 60km from the airport and 30km from the railway station.

The hotel is strategically located on a glorious shoreline, with its own landing strip for light aircraft making it accessible to the Game Reserves & Parks of Tanzania, Zanzibar and Mafia Islands. Its architecture and design is unique with Afro-Arabian style providing tranquility, charm and character similar to the garden palace of the past Sultan of Zanzibar.

Accommodation is offered in 10 cottage-style suites, each with a garden terrace and hammock, overlook the Indian Ocean. All suites are tastefully furnished and equipped with spacious bedroom with local furniture and large Zanzibar beds

Facilities include; Amani restaurant, Poolside Bar, Baby sitting services, Laundry & Valet services, Swimming Pool, Sporting & Leisure Activities: Horse riding, Swimming, Tennis, Fishing, Hiking & Conference Banqueting Facilities.

Protea Hotel Amani Beach

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