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Testimonials

Isaac was awesome. He was very considerate, thoughtful and kind. I was comfortable with him from the start. He took care of a lot for me behind the scenes and ...

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- T Noel, USA, May 2012

So wonderful! The gorillas were spectacular! We saw the Sabyinyo and Hirwa Groups. The Sabyinyo Lodge was lovely, Tracy and Nellis really know how to make you f...

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- P Burdick, United States, June 2013

Joan was very attentive to how things evolved along the trip. I was happy with the flexibility to accommodate a few changes to the itinerary that I requested on...

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- F Echegaray & K Seyer, Brazil, February 2013


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Emerson Spice Hotel

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Safari Highlights

Situated in Zanzibar’s Stone Town, the Emerson Spice is a combination of three ancient era buildings that have been restored to provide high end accommodation in this striking corner of Zanzibar.

Tea House RestaurantUnique Design

The hotel’s style and architecture is a reflection of an authentic 19th century Swahili Sultan’s palace and Zanzibar’s first photogenic studio. The hotel boasts ten unique antique filled rooms and splendid décor that is influenced by Arabic, Indian and Swahili style significant of the Zenj style. The rooms are equipped with contemporary amenities that include a high ceiling mosquito net, fan, air conditioner and small fridge while each double room comprises a queen sized antique Swahili bed.

Sunset at Emerson Spice HotelOutstanding Service

Alongside one of Zanzibar’s best restaurants, Emerson Spice is a perfect hub to experience the unique and authentic Swahili culture. The hotel provides great experience with good views of Stone Town while relaxing at the rooftop for dinner or breakfast.

Make your holiday active at Emerson Spice Hotel with optional activities such as excursions to the coast, boat trips to the marine parks as well as city and cultural tours.