Maru Maru Hotel
Stone Town City, Stone Town - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:This Hotel in Stone Town is close to many of Zanzibar's local attractions and is situated centrally for easy access to many wonders of Zanzibar. This holiday accommodation in Zanzibar is a delightful 3 star international standard hotel that offers guests memories to last a lifetime.
Bedrooms at Maru Maru Hotel
Maru Maru Hotel in Stone Town presents the ideal fusion between modern decor and Zanzibar style (Afro-Arabian), in a neutral palette. The pure, fresh ambiance created in the rooms is blended with natural materials that creates comfort and beauty.
In the Classic Wing of the hotel there are eleven rooms which have been restored, each room created unique in its own way and offer a timeless elegance.
In the New wing of Maru Maru Hotel there are thirty-three rooms which have been positioned around an open air courtyard that has a stunning star shaped fountain. From the new wing guests can access the rooftop terrace, where you can enjoy a wonderful evening with a delicious dinner.
Drink & Dine at Maru Maru Hotel
This Stone Town accommodation provides locally sourced, fresh produce and won't compromise on quality, creating divine meals with seafood straight from the fishermen and vegetables from the markets. There are four restaurants at Maru Maru, namely the Fountain Restaurant & Courtyard, the Terrace Lounge and the Terrace Restaurant. Spoil your taste buds with tantalizing dishes from these restaurants.
• Terrace Restaurant
This rooftop restaurant has magnificent views of the ocean as well as Stone Town below. Enjoy the wonderful atmosphere while indulging in cocktails and North and South India cuisine, which is Maru Maru Hotels specialty but there is also a contemporary menu with a spectacular fusion of Zanzibar flavours.
• Terrace Lounge
A holiday in Zanzibar at Maru Maru would not be complete without enjoying the Terrace Lounge with a panoramic view and tasty sundowners. Spend time with friends while watching the glowing sunset over the ocean.
• Fountain Restaurant
Enjoy scrumptious meals in the cool Grand Hall or by the serene fountain of Maru Maru in the shade of an umbrella. This oasis provides an immense breakfast buffet every day, in which guests can delight in before heading out for a day of exploring Stone Town and Zanzibar.
Conferences and Meetings
This Zanzibar Hotel offers a conference venue, perfect for workshops and seminars, it can accommodate up to eighty people. The venue also has a great space for tea time breaks.
• House of Wonders
This landmark is the highest and biggest building in Stone Town and is one of six palaces built by Zanzibar's second sultan, Barghash bin Said. It is now the Museum of Culture and History of Zanzibar.
• Old Fort
In the 17th century the Omanis built the Old Fort to defend the island from the Portuguese. It is also known as the Arab Fort and the forts courtyard has been modified to be used as a cultural centre with curio shops that sells tinga tinga paintings and other merchandise for tourists. There is also dance and music shows held in the open-air amphitheatre most nights.
• Palace Museum
The Palace Museum housed the last members of the Al Busid dynaty before 1964 when they fled Zanzibar. It is the most recent of the Sultans' palaces.
Stay in Stone Town at Maru Maru Hotel to have a once in a lifetime incredible vacation in Zanzibar.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Maru Maru Hotel, Stone Town City, Stone Town
- Conference Facilities
- Gay Friendly
- Air Conditioning
Things to do near Stone Town City, Stone Town
The tour of Stone Town introduces you to the rich culture and heritage of Zanzibar where African tradition combined with Persian, Indian, Arab and European influences. Stone Town is on the west coast of Unguja island also known as Zanzibar. Stone Town was added to UNESCO's World Heritage list in the year 2000 and is the capital of Zanzibar. On the tour you will see the historic ...
Come explore Zanzibar by doing a fascinating Spice Tour, the tour is guided and gives tourists a look into the wonderful array of spices on Zanzibar island. The tour will take you to a variety of small farms in the rural area that grow vanilla, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, black pepper, aniseed, bay leaves, chili, coriander, ginger, turmeric, lemon grass and other spices as well as farms ...
Stone Town is a great place to start your explorations on your holiday in Zanzibar, as travellers can take a boat out leaving from Forodhani Garden to Prison Island with the Prison Island and Sandbank tour. Prison Island is locally known as Changuu Island and previously used to house an Arab's disobedient slaves. On the tour you will visit the old slave prison ruins and the Aldabra giant ...
'6 Degrees South Bar and Grill' is an imaginative and quirky space that allows diners to enjoy the sea breeze and spectacular views of the Indian Ocean from three terraces. The bar and Grill is ideally situated in Stone Town on the Shangani strip, perfect for a 'sundowner' while watching a breathtaking sunset. Choose from a glass of wine from their international selection or a '6 Degrees ...
Directions to Maru Maru Hotel
Map of Maru Maru Hotel in Stone Town City, Stone Town+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 39° 11' 23.2" E / 6° 9' 42.1" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to Maru Maru Hotel in Stone Town City, Stone Town
|Departing: Zanzibar International Airport|
|Address: Nyerere Rd, Zanzibar Town, Tanzania|
|Distance: 8.7 km / Duration: 17 mins|
|1.||Head northwest on Nyerere Rd||5.6 km|
|2.||Turn right||1.0 km|
|3.||At the roundabout, continue straight onto Mlandege Rd||0.7 km|
|4.||Turn left onto Malawi Rd||0.6 km|
|5.||At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Mizingani Rd||0.7 km|
|6.||Turn left onto Sokoku St||0.1 km|
Zanzibar International Airport - Port Alfred+ OPEN WEBSITE
Zanzibar International Airport or Abeid Amani Karume International Airport is the main airport on Unguja Island, the main island of Zanzibar. It is about five kilometres from Zanzibar City which is Zanzibar's capital.
Kisauni Airport was its previous name and it was renamed in 2010 in honour of Abeid Amani Karume, the first president of the island. The airport has a capacity for 1.5 Million passengers.
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