Cristal Resort Beach Hotel is located in the village of Paje on the southeast coast of Zanzibar.
This small hotel is set on a refreshingly large plot on the south end of the village and looks out over one of the most beautiful stretches of the lagoon.
Relatively smart public areas comprise an open bar, restaurant and lounge area, fronted by a large and very pleasant swimming pool.
The deluxe rooms are stone under thatch and contain comfortable four-poster beds and reasonable bathrooms. The ecologic rooms are wooden structures, quite funky inside, if rather rustic in detail.
Cristal Resort Beach Hotel is potentially a great little place, particularly if you fancy dipping in and out of the kitesurfing action and its associated scene.
The main downside is that the rooms here are not up to the standard of the rest of the lodge and reviews are mixed.
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