Kilindi Zanzibar, Zanzibar Island, Tanzania
A Boutique Lodge or Hotel in Tanzania
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Kilindi Zanzibar, comprising of a series of white-domed Pavilion guest rooms all set in 50 acres of lush tropical gardens, is a rarity in the world of luxury boutique hotels. Located on the north-west coast of Zanzibar, and lying adjacent to the clear turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, sits the extraordinary and mesmerizing resort of Kilindi.
In each of the Pavilion suites, white wooden-slatted shutters embrace wide-arched glassless windows each affording spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. This same openness allows the gentle ocean breeze to waft throughout each of the rooms and carry with it the delightful soundtrack of Kilindi’s colourful birdlife. Any stay at Kilindi will be a delight for the senses.
Kilindi’s ‘open-to-nature’ approach provides the true essence to any stay and crafts a private, intimate and ‘barefoot’ appeal that so many crave. If you love nature, you will adore Kilindi.
WHY CHOOSE KILINDI ZANZIBAR?
- Originally designed for Benny Andersson – one of the members of the 1970’s pop group ABBA
- Spa programs and treatments to suit your needs using only the best products.
- Pavilion Suites have their very own private plunge pool,
- ‘Cool Bed’ air-con system
Kilindi Zanzibar Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2022||1 Jun - 19 Dec||Villa||US $ 975|
|2022||20 Dec - 3 Jan 2023||Villa||US $ 1200|
Rates are Per Room Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Kilindi Zanzibar rates include: Full Board Accommodation, all meals and drinks (excluding champagne, private cellar wines and spirits), sundowners, paddle boarding, kayaking, laundry, service charge and VAT. Check-out Time 10:00am and Check-in Time 2:00pm
Kilindi Zanzibar is ‘predominantly’ an adults-only hotel. All guests must be aged 16 years or older.
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Kilindi Hotel by Elewana Collections, Kaskazini A, Zanzibar North Region, Tanzania
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