Oyster Bay Hotel Dar es Salaam

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The Oyster Bay Hotel Dar es Salaam is like staying with friends, a beautiful large home and garden with eight luxurious ocean facing guest suites, spacious in the extreme (70 sqm) with luxurious bathrooms, air-conditioned, fabulously furnished in contemporary African style, the suites reflect modern day Africa in a timeless setting – balmy, equatorial, coastal, Dar es Salaam.

You will feel that you are staying somewhere special and that your ‘enforced’ stay in Dar es Salaam becomes yet another highlight of your holiday.

Extensive lounges and terraces overlooking mature gardens, swimming pool and within secure walking distance of the Oyster Bay shopping centre.

The eye wanders, there is always some thing new, a water feature, a sculpture the outside becomes the inside and the inside flows out – what can one say but WOW!

But it is a home so enjoy being there, enjoy being part of it, it has been designed with you in mind so enjoy it to the full.

Just like staying with good friends – everything has been planned around your stay.

It does not matter what time you arrive and how long you stay there will always be something appropriate whether it is breakfast, morning coffee and cakes, pre lunch cocktails, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner and a night cap.

Like a private house, if there is something you like whether it is a Pimms by the pool or a cup of cocoa by your bedside it can be arranged with a smile.

Oyster Bay Hotel in Dar es Salaam

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