Kasha Boutique Luxury Hotel in Zanzibar Island Tanzania

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We recently returned from a 3 night stay at Kasha Boutique Luxury Hotel while traveling in Zanzibar after a week long safari. What a perfect way to end the trip! I only wish we had more time at Kasha.

Emilie (the manager) and Charles were most welcoming as were the rest of the staff.

The rooms are huge and beautiful, we arrived to hibiscus petals dotted all around.

The private outdoor plunge pools and spacious seating area are luxurious.

We loved the infinity pool and bar area so also spent a lot of time there taking in the beautiful view.

We spent one afternoon scuba diving and snorkeling with One Ocean tours and it was so great to get dropped off at the beach stairs to our hotel at high tide and not have to do the bus ride back to the hotel.

There is a nice sitting area off the bar in the main lobby which has a library where you can share books, a large screen TV and some nice coffee table books on the history of Zanzibar.

The food and service were excellent. One morning our children didn't want to leave the room for breakfast and when the wait staff noticed they offered to bring something to their room so they delivered a tray of fruit and croissants, very accommodating.

Had a brief but most enjoyable stay here, excellent food, luxurious private pools and management that stopped at nothing to make the stay memorable.

The suites are extremely comfortable, especially the bath for two and clearly much detail and thought has gone into the design of these facilities.

Although a bit of an off-road drive to get there, it really is worth it in the end.

I only wish we could have stayed longer and hopefully we can get back again some day!

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