DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Nungwi
Zanzibar & the Coast
- Prime beach location
- Choice of restaurants
- Watersports and boat trips
- Families welcome
- Spa and fitness centre
- Freshwater pool
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Nungwi overview
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Nungwi is a modern hotel in traditional Zanzibar style with Makuti palm leaf roofs in a superb location on the beach in Nungwi, at the northern tip of Zanzibar.
You can relax on the private sandy beach where sun beds and parasols are provided and many water sports, including diving and snorkelling, are available. There is a freshwater pool, complete with swim-up bar, on site. Yoga sessions on the beach, relaxing massages and pampering beauty treatments are among the services offered by the resort.
Guest rooms and suites have private balconies with pool, garden or sea views. All are air conditioned and have en-suite bathrooms with showers and a range of complimentary toiletries. Room facilities include LCD TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The suites have a separate living room and full ocean views.
There is a choice of dining. Ngalawa Restaurant is open all day from breakfast to dinner and hosts live entertainment most evenings. It has fine views over the ocean. On the beach, Fisherman Bar & Grill offers international and fusion cuisine, while Dolphins Pool Bar serves cocktails, beers and juices and a range of snacks and pizzas and is open throughout the day.
Staff at the concierge desk can arrange a wide range of excursions including trips to Stone Town and to Prison Island, known for its giant tortoises, as well as cruises to neighbouring islands.
Open: DoubleTree Resort by Hilton is open all year.
Location: DoubleTree Resort by Hilton is in Nungwi, on the north coast of Zanzibar, about a 90-minute drive from the airport. Nungwi village is a 5-minute walk away.
Rooms: There are 96 rooms and suites. Rooms are air conditioned, have LCD TV, safe, tea and coffee makers, hair dryer, en-suite bathroom and private balcony. Beach bags and towels are provided for your stay. Suites are even more spacious and have minibars. Room service is available.
Activities: The hotel offers a full range of watersports. You can also go snorkelling and diving. Nungwi, a traditional fishing village, is a short walk from the hotel. The hotel arranges various excursions including cruises, visits to nearby islands and trips to Stone Town. Enjoy a massage or beauty treatments at the hotel. Take part in a yoga session on the beach.
Facilities: There are two restaurants, Fisherman Bar and Grill and Ngalawa Restaurant plus a pool bar. The hotel has an outdoor freshwater pool and deck with sun loungers. There are also sun loungers and sunshades on the small private beach. There is a fitness centre. The hotel provides a currency exchange and a laundry service.
Dining: Meals are taken at individual tables. There are frequent theme nights, with barbecues and Swahili fare.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome. Babysitting can be arranged and there are special activities for children.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is free Wi-Fi internet access in rooms and public areas.
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2 reviews from
"This is for people looking for a beach stay with lots of things on offer There are plenty of activities, game and classes during the day and different evening entertainment. Itâ€™s got lovely beaches and the highlight is the swim-up bar! "
Mr. Ian Nicholas
"Nestled next to the Indian Ocean, The buffet restaurant provides good quality food which includes, fresh, locally caught, game fish grilled and eaten right on the beach. Quality furnishing and fittings, a warm welcome and good service. A good choice of location for a wind down with a bit of luxury following a safari. I'm not a fan of the "All inclusive (AI)", spoilt years ago at a Sandals Resort, now most AIs would be accurately called "Some stuff Inclusive". This hotel has a slightly confusing price list. An example would be beer prices, for those not on AI beer A cost $5, beers B cost $6. For those on AI, A was free but B was $6, go figure! Minor point but it just shows up that there is a limit to what is included and it can be somewhat arbitrary. "