Below are Essque Zalu Zanzibar Resident Rates:
Room: Garden Suite, Meals: HB
Essque Zalu Zanzibar is one of the most stunning beach resorts in Zanzibar, it is set in the Village of Nungwi on the northern part of the island. This 5 Star Luxury Boutique Hotel And Spa is set in a natural cove. It is framed by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean on one side and a lush green forest on the other.
Guests enjoy a tranquil atmosphere among the traditionally-decorated and spacious villas and suites, all of which have an ocean side or flourishing garden view.
Essque Zalu Zanzibar’s Market Kitchen features sophisticated meals with local organic produce. Guests who want to dine on the shoreline while listening to live music can sample modern Arabian fare at The Jetty. Resort Navigators are on hand to help guests find and plan the perfect activity, which might just be the unique mini-adventure experience offered by Luxury Short Safari or a day of pampering at the resort’s full-service spa.
Essque Zalu Zanzibar is a dreamy paradise..Ready to book your holiday at Essque Zalu Zanzibar ? Contact us for the best rates.
For a more spacious stay, Essque Zalu Zanzibar offer guests 8 luxury villas to choose from, all of which feature their very own private pool, in room dining, a private massage area, spacious living room and kitchen . As expected, the villas also boast either a terrace or balcony, with exquisite seaviews, upon which to laze. The maximum occupancy is as follows:
All 40 of this Zanzibar resorts’ suites comprise of a spacious master bedroom, lounge and outside terrace or balcony. Guests can select Ocean Front, Sea view or Garden view suites, each of which have their own individual charm and unique appeal. The suites at Essque Zalu Zanzibar boast a maximum occupancy of 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children. This ensures that they are the ideal destination for both couples seeking a romantic getaway, and families who do not wish to compromise on luxury.
Ensconce yourself in these luxuriously-styled spaces crafted from local materials, adorned with native artwork and housed under a traditional pitched Makuti roof.