Below are Dream of Zanzibar Resident Rates:
|3 Nights||5 Nights|
|7th Jan to 29th Feb||$1,136/- PPS||$1,581/- PPS|
|01 March to 31 March||$1,005/- PPS||$1,363/- PPS|
|01 April to 30 June||Closed||Closed|
|01 July to 31 July||$1,038/- PPS||$1,418/- PPS|
|01 Aug to 31 Aug||$1,180/- PPS||$1,656/- PPS|
|01 Sept to 20 Dec||$1,103/- PPS||$1,527/- PPS|
Room: Deluxe Room, Meals: AI
Emerald Dream of Zanzibar is set on Zanzibar’s east coast, the five-star This resort aims to offer the perfect accommodation in Zanzibar for a beach holiday. This resort is on the sandy shores of Kiwengwa and just around 28 miles from the Zanzibar International Airport.
The design is reminiscent of the island’s Arabic history and its African roots, with thatched roofs and Moorish arches set against spacious interiors. Rooms feature flat-screen televisions, private terraces, and Italian furniture, it resorts highly rated on TripAdvisor.
At the resort, there are acres of lush gardens for guests to enjoy that are filled with local fruits and spices, and all of this is set against endless miles of white sand being lapped by the blue, clear Indian Ocean. Amenities include an outdoor pool with a kids’ area, five restaurants, a game room, and a tennis court according to the hotel official websiteContact us for the best rates.
Wake and sleep to the sound of the Indian Ocean, in these exclusive two room villas you can really immerse yourself in the African beach experience that is perfectly created at Dream of Zanzibar. Each villa has its own plunge pool, with a dining terrace.
Lie back in your own delicious bubble bath enjoying the tropical views over the Dream of Zanzibar Resort. These lovely rooms bring home all the luxury you would wish for on your African beach holiday.
Delightful rooms to return on a sunny afternoon, situated on the first floor of our bungalows which are created in either Arabic style or with the traditional African thatched roofs. At x square metres these suites offer you more space and the pleasure of that dreamy blue view of the Indian Ocean. A private terrace is an enchanting spot for a quiet evening cocktail.
All rooms have a delightful atmosphere that blends African features with every modern comfort. Four poster beds are draped in muslin, colourful textiles decorate floors and walls.