Swahili House is located in Stonetown on Zanzibar island off the coast of Tanzania.
Set in a substantial 1880’s merchant’s house in the heart of the old town, this high-quality hotel has 22 traditionally furnished rooms in three different specifications set over four floors and topped by a very nice rooftop with possibly the best bar and restaurant in the town.
Staying in the heart of this crazy town is not for the faint-hearted, but whereas the nearby 236 Hurumzi can sometimes continue the craziness inside, Swahili House does offer a little bit more insulation from the hubbub of the streets, even if the architecture and decor are not quite to the same levels.
A decent hotel owned and operated by nice people.
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