Park Hyatt Zanzibar

Location: Zanzibar, Pemba & the Islands | Tanzania

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Park Hyatt Zanzibar is a delightfully decadent hotel sitting right on the beachfront with spellbinding views over the glittering Indian Ocean. Park Hyatt Zanzibar occupies two elegant buildings: the Mambo Msiige mansion, dating back to the 17th century, and Zamani Village, whose sleek design fuses Swahili culture with Arab, Persian and European influences.
Perfect forLuxury beach and cultural holidays to Zanzibar.
In the knowThe UNESCO Mambo Msiige building incorporates eclectic architectural styles: its name means ‘not to be copied or imitated’.

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly
  • History & Heritage

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The hotel is perfectly placed on the beach in Stone Town, and lies 11km from Masingini Forest and 43km from Jozani Chwaka National Park.

Rooms at Park Hyatt Zanzibar

All of Park Hyatt Zanzibar’s guestrooms are light and airy: even standard rooms are spread across no less than 45m². Guestrooms have been exquisitely designed with whitewashed walls, natural wood furnishings and refined but subtle accents, including delicate lattices and beautifully carved furniture. Opt for a room with a private balcony looking out to sea, or go hell for leather with one of the ultra-luxurious suites.

Food & Drink

The hotel offers a wealth of dining options, including the Pool Lounge where you can tuck into freshly caught fish, or the Dining Room with Arabian, Persian and Portuguese dishes served in an intimate setting.

Facilities

Park Hyatt Zanzibar is decked out with sumptuous facilities, such as the Anantara spa, fitness centre and tranquil gardens, but the star of the show is undoubtedly its oceanfront infinity pool.

Activities at Park Hyatt Zanzibar

The maze of Stone Town’s bustling streets, brimming with markets and mosques, is right on your doorstep at Park Hyatt Zanzibar. Take a photography tour of the town at dawn, go for a culinary excursion to learn about the town’s spice markets, or opt for a cultural visit to Muyuni village. Make the most of your seafront position and try your hand at kitesurfing, go dolphin watching and snorkelling at Kizimkazi or glide out to sea on a sunset dhow cruise – you won’t be short of things to do here.

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