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Unwind at DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Zanzibar-Nungwi, set on the most northern tip of Zanzibar in Tanzania. Feel valued and cared for on arrival with a freshly baked DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie. Relax in a spacious guest room with a private balcony and ocean panoramas or upgrade to a two-room suite and feel pampered with a 30-minute house massage, fully stocked mini bar, and daily fruit basket.Boasting a traditional Zanzibar style with Makuti palm leaf roofs, this Nungwi hotel offers spectacular sea views and direct beach access. Relax on pristine, white sand with sun beds and parasols and explore the tropical waters while scuba diving or snorkeling. Plunge into the outdoor, freshwater pool or sip on cocktails and fresh fruit juices from Dolphin’s pool bar. Continue your exercise routine in the modern fitness center or enjoy morning yoga on the beach.Savor innovative international and fusion specialties at Fisherman Bar & Grill before admiring the Zanzibar sunset and trying authentic Shisha aromatic tobacco. Enjoy traditional, live entertainment at Ngalawa Restaurant and savor delicious local cuisine next to the beach.Celebrate your dream wedding with stunning, exotic backdrops, host your special event on the beach, or choose from three flexible function rooms for your next corporate meeting of up to 100 guests. Stay productive in the well-equipped business center and enjoy complimentary parking and WiFi throughout the hotel.
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Great place to do business or relax and unwind. Food quality was excellent Lovely pool where guests would get together and ‘chill’. Resort was impressive and very well kept. Internet speed was fast and hotel security extremely adequate.
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There were many positives of this hotel: private beach-front access, great service and good facilities. We were on half-board and enjoyed the daily themed buffet dinners which had a great variety of food, and food cooked on demand at the “live” stations. As a Hilton...More
Date of stay: February 2018
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Response from Ramy W, Deputy General Manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Resort Zanzibar - NungwiResponded 5 November 2018
Thank you for taking the time to review your holiday experience at DoubleTree by Hilton Nungwi. We are delighted to hear that you have enjoyed you stay with us.
I have shared your feedback with the team and we all look forward to...More
1 star purely for the property. It is very pretty, scenic and overlooks the beach. The pros end there.
Our room had multiple issues with the ac (first it didn’t work and then it was dripping enough water to create a mini pool in the...More
Beautiful place with outstanding service. Friendly staff who go all out to make guests feel welcome. All the little things such as the themed nights , the village walk make the stay at this hotel special.
The food variety and taste is exceptional. The staff are very friendly. The private beach and pool is the perfect place to relax and cool down. The beach in front of the resort is clean and safe to walk on, even deep into the ocean...More
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Trips outside hotel complex were during the day. The cusine on display seemed pretty basic. Health and hygiene too might have been an issue. That is not to say that there weren't any backpackers who weren't pioneering enough... More
Trips outside hotel complex were during the day. The cusine on display seemed pretty basic. Health and hygiene too might have been an issue. That is not to say that there weren't any backpackers who weren't pioneering enough to have a go. The outlook was basic and dire - it seemed prudent to give it a wide berth. With little or no street lighting, traversing the ramshackle village along potholed dirt tracks would have been an adventure in itself. The word restaurant is a misnomer - prepare to have your notions of 'cuisine' and 'restaurant ' turned upside down and inside out if you are hell bent on sampling the local preparations. General cooking style appeared to be early neanderthall.