A great boutique hotel to stay at. The rooms are named after type of coffee drinks. I kept on get mine mixed up- I think it was Macchiatto. The room has high ceilings with wooden beams, a small window which looked out onto the street below. It was neat to look out when it was raining and you could see the water gushing down like a small river. I travelled with my sister, we had two beds, an attached bathroom. Very clean. Beautiful decor. Not over the top- simple yet adequate. Just soap is provided.
You get a complimentary drink when you arrive. I am not a coffee drinker, my sister loved the spiced coffee- i believe it had ginger, cinnamon, cardamon. I had the tea which is very milky- but that's how they make it in Tanzania.
The staff were really courteous. Non intrusive. Special mention to Asha, we almost forgot our paintings that we had purchased from a local artist , she ran out to give them to us.
The location was great. In the evening we went to Forodhani and pigged out on barbequed seafood, fresh fruit and madafu.
The terrace was my best part. It was so great to have breakfast up there. I think that was my best part of the hotel.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included