Movenpick Royal Palm Hotel is located in Dar es Salaam on the coast of Tanzania.
Previously the Sheraton, this large hotel used to be the undisputed best hotel in town, but these days faces much-increased competition.
The hotel is well situated, close to the centre of the city, but back onto the cricket ground and golf course. It is also surrounded by substantial grounds, something which sets it apart from its town centre competitors.
There are 230 rooms and all the facilities that one would expect of a hotel of this stature.
Overall we do find Movenpick Royal Palm Hotel to be rather dated, although it can still be relied upon to provide a decent level of service to a large business clientele.
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