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Mbweni Ruins Hotel
Mbweni Ruins Hotel
Mbweni Ruins Hotel

Mbweni Ruins Hotel: gallery


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Mbweni Ruins Hotel: picture gallery


Mbweni Ruins Hotel's best feature is the beach, jetty and deck.
It's located in a pleasant area south of Stone Town.
This shows the hotel's layout, looking west.
The hotel has 13 rooms, either double...
…twin, or with extra beds.
All have en-suite bathrooms…
…with toilet and shower…
…and the usual corporate toiletries.
The Rainforest Restaurant is a pleasant place for a meal, serving buffet breakfasts…
…and à la carte lunch and dinner.
Most guests will spend some time on the beach…
…or relaxing on the seaview deck.
And the pool is well maintained.
Immediately next to the hotel, you can explore…
…the atmopsheric old ruins …
…of the Mbweni mission.
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Mbweni Ruins Hotel's best feature is the beach, jetty and deck.
Mbweni Ruins Hotel's best feature is the beach, jetty and deck.
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It's located in a pleasant area south of Stone Town.
It's located in a pleasant area south of Stone Town.
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This shows the hotel's layout, looking west.
This shows the hotel's layout, looking west.
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The hotel has 13 rooms, either double...
The hotel has 13 rooms, either double...
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…twin, or with extra beds.
…twin, or with extra beds.
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All have en-suite bathrooms…
All have en-suite bathrooms…
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…with toilet and shower…
…with toilet and shower…
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…and the usual corporate toiletries.
…and the usual corporate toiletries.
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The Rainforest Restaurant is a pleasant place for a meal, serving buffet breakfasts…
The Rainforest Restaurant is a pleasant place for a meal, serving buffet breakfasts…
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…and à la carte lunch and dinner.
…and à la carte lunch and dinner.
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Most guests will spend some time on the beach…
Most guests will spend some time on the beach…
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…or relaxing on the seaview deck.
…or relaxing on the seaview deck.
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And the pool is well maintained.
And the pool is well maintained.
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Immediately next to the hotel, you can explore…
Immediately next to the hotel, you can explore…
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…the atmopsheric old ruins …
…the atmopsheric old ruins …
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…of the Mbweni mission.
…of the Mbweni mission.

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