The Oyster Bay Hotel is located in Dar es Salaam on the coast of Tanzania.
Although this hotel’s beachfront setting on the Msasani Peninsular to the north of the city centre may be upmarket by local standards, really it is nothing much to write home about.
What makes this place special is the fact that it is the only place in the area which attempts to recreate the intimacy and elegance of hosting which is found at the better safari camps out in the bush.
The ground floor public areas are spacious and elegantly decorated, opening out onto a pleasant back garden with pool. The several rooms are arranged across three floors above, all with similar layout and distant ocean views.
The Oyster Bay Hotel is a natural choice in the Dar es Salaam for high-end safari travellers, although for people simply overnighting in town to connect with a flight, the premium price may not be worth paying
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