Located off the coast of Tanzania along the mystic and luxurious Indian Ocean the Essque Zalu Zanzibar has the flair and views you would expect with attention to detail and uniqueness in every aspect.
The resort has dozens of features you would regularly see at a luxury resort as well as some unique aspects. For starters there’s the spa which has dozens of spa treatments as well as a relaxing infinity pool where you can order up your favorite drink while enjoying a stunning panoramic view. On the unique side of things you can check out the art gallery which features known artists from throughout Africa as well as local exhibits from local Zanzibar residents. If you’re into adventurous activities then you can do everything from scale the volcanic Mount Meru and get guided tours of the old plantations to a safari in the nearby game reserves. There’s also the regular water activities of snorkeling, diving, and so on. Once you work up an appetite you can go to one of many dining choices with everything from a complete culinary journey at the Market Kitchen to modern Arabic cuisine at The Jetty.
The rooms at the Essque Zalu Zanzibar break down into suites and villas. The suites are of course attached to the main resort and have a spacious master bedroom with a king-sized colonial style bed as well as lounge room plus a terrace or balcony. The villas are set apart on their own along the coastline with the choice between three or four bedrooms. The other features of the villa includes a private pool, in-room dining, massage area, full kitchen, and a large terrace or balcony. Both accommodations also include solar heated showers, flat-screen TV, personalized mini bars, and more. So no matter which option you choose you’re given privacy and most of the main features you could want right in your room.
So enjoy the warm blue waters of the Indian Ocean while getting pampered, eating good food, and taking in some of the best views this planet has to offer. The rooms at the Zalu Zanzibar range from $500 per night for a suite to an upwards of a few thousand or more a night for a villa. Check out photos of the resort from the infinity pool to the dining and bar arrangements. There’s also a video at the end of the photos.
All of the photos on this page are courtesy of Essque Hotels and Essque Zalu Zanzibar.