Zanzibar Retreat Hotel

Address: Matemwe Beach, Matemwe, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Matemwe Beach, Matemwe.
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        Travel Blogs from Matemwe

        Jozani forest and the Rock

        A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Jun 17, 2015

        30 photos

        ... of it - I presume I'm the only person who could easily do Kilimanjaro, but then catch a cold on a tropical island with a constant temperature of 28 degrees... Matt was of course quite fit, so went for a coffee and then cocktails while I was sleeping, but each to their own ;-) He came to wake me up for dinner and I was so knackered, I considered skipping it, but am I glad I made myself go for it. Fittingly for our last in the ...

        Arriving in Zanzibar

        A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Jun 13, 2015

        24 photos

        ... resort has just reopened after the rainy season and is quite empty at the moment, which is a bonus for us (I guess not really so for them), there were only three other couples here as we arrived and we still haven't seen the one in the honeymoon suite, as they don't really need to leave it. The pool was not clear enough, the internet wasn't working (another bonus, I think) and basically there was nothing else to do but to sit around ...


        A travel blog entry by missmaddierue on Jul 05, 2014

        46 photos

        ... Indian restaurant called the Silk Route Restaurant. I had spiced fish which was amazing. The curry flavors were awesome. For dessert, Campbell and I ordered crepes and split them, which was one of the best ideas ever.

        After dinner, we wandered back to the hotel and only got a little lost. It turns out Stonetown is kind of a scary place at night when you don't know exactly where you are. Thankfully, we found our way back and caught up on some much-needed sleep.

        If you like piña coladas...

        A travel blog entry by sarahvale on Feb 26, 2014

        4 comments, 13 photos

        ... for some cheap taxi rides and as always "rafiki price". Win. Day five, our last day :( but also diving day. We headed off in the morning for the one hour drive to the beach. Kitted up in our wetsuits and looking like Scuba Steve's, we tried to remember the things we learnt the day before and prayed that I wouldn't actually get asthma and die. We boarded a big rubber dinghy and drove out to Mnemba Atoll, which is a really popular diving spot. George Clooney recently ...

        Locals, transport and the school

        A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 11, 2013

        5 photos

        ... At first it was easy they just show with hands where to go and you just go and then you ask again. Also I should mention that streets in Stone Town reminds labyrinth, and I had never seen nothing like this before. So when we asked again one old man he have directions that it is just around the corner and suddenly his son appeared from nowhere. With eyes like lion: hungry, angry, sneaky. He said that his father gave us a wrong directions so he will lead us to the ...