Stayed here for a night after Safari - Ok and friendly enough but very disorganised.
Desk assigned us a room which wasn'r ready so cleaning lady argued with the bellman. Finally got the bed made up. Tap water isn't drinkable [true of most places in Arusha] but we had to ask several times to get the usual small bottles of drinking water.
Downtown & noisy - and we had a room facing the back. Guy on a motor bike decided to rev it up and circle the block multiple times late at night, and then the local ladies started yelling at him, he yelled back and the guys got into the argument - definitely an earplug place...
Breakfast was Ok - good fruit and fried eggs & toast but the cooked meats & stuff sat for hours and definitely wouldn't trust them. Staff totally unorganised - stood about not doing anything and occaisonally wandered around looking as though they weren't sure what they were supposed to do.
Church owners who don't believe in alcohol, so if you'd like a cold beer with dinner eat somewhere else [probably not a bad idea anyway] If you like reallly good Indian food and don't need a fancy restaurant get a cab to the Big Bite [friendly owner will tell you why its called that]. Tiny place on a side street - bit scruffy but food is fantastic and they'll happily serve you a beer
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- Single US $100.00 Double US $125.00 Triple US $180.00 Suite US $220 Front Desk office 24 hour room service Bar Conference facilities Credit cards accepted Car parking Restaurant Phone ... more less
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