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Escape to luxury resort Melia Zanzibar for some winter-sun


Zanzibar, a destination full to the brim with rich history and culture, lying just off the coast of Tanzania, boasts beautiful white sandy beaches, festivals and year-round sunshine, making it ideal for a winter escape.

Meliá Zanzibar is a luxury, all inclusive beach resort situated on the north-east coast of the exotic island of Zanzibar, in Tanzania, also known as the ‘Spice Island’, where the Tanzanian spices, such as cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg originate from.


The resort is surrounded by a natural coral reef, making swimming and bathing a relaxing and safe experience. It is situated on a 300 metre beach with spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. There are ample snorkelling and diving spots too.


The luxury African hotel offers 124 rooms, ranging from private villas – complete with their own beautiful gardens and stunning infinity pools – to pavilions perched on the cliff side and romantic rooms decorated with ornate Zanzibari beds.

The hotel also offers five restaurants and four bars, providing guests the opportunity to experience culinary delights from around the world. You can also relax in the hotel’s luxury spa, complete with six private treatments rooms. Treatments include a Kilimanjaro wrap, a Thai herbal steam and a meriden line massage.


Zanzibar is full of celebrations, throughout the year. During the middle of February, there is The Sauti za Busara music festival – a six-day cultural extravaganza. The festival offers an eclectic selection of traditional and modern music, accompanied with theatre, film, comedy and dance – an event not to be missed if you’re in Zanzibar.

The Zanzibar hotel is around 45 minutes from the international airport of Zanzibar, and the capital city Stone Town, a Unesco World Heritage site.

Meliá Zanzibar, P.O.Box 3140, Zanzibar 00200, Tanzania,

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February 14, 2014 | Africa Tanzania Travel Zanzibar | View comments

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