Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam

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Protea hotel Oysterbay Dar es Salaam is located outside the city centre of Dar es Salaam. Although there are two main streets nearby (Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road and Haile Selassie Road) the whole plot is very quiet and it is a nice and well-kept place as well.

We had one of the suites with a separate bedroom, a balcony and a kitchenette which contained everything you need to prepare some food by yourself.

The suite was very spacious, clean and quite cozy. Staying here means living in Dar es Salaam and not only sleeping in a hotel.

The breakfast buffet is o.k. I would call it average for hotels of this category, nothing to complain about, but nothing to be called extraordinary as well.

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In the evening the restaurant offers quite good food and drinks in a nice atmosphere. It is worth a visit anyway.

The whole staff was friendly, helpful and competent.

But comfort has its price. When you look at the location the prices for accommodation are pretty high, in spite of the available space in the rooms and in spite of all other positive things to be mentioned.

This concerns especially single travelers as the rates for single rooms are almost as high as those for double rooms.

However we had a very pleasant stay and that is why we can recommend this hotel all in all.

Situated only 3 kilometres from the centre of Dar es Salaam and 16 kms from the airport this 4 star all suite hotel offers a selection of studio to three-bedroom apartments in a garden setting.

48 apartments in a 2 acre beautifully landscaped plot means one thing for sure – lots of open space!

Protea Hotel Oysterbay has always been the most preferred hotel particularly for expatriates looking for extended stays or long-term accommodation.

The hotel offers both daily and monthly rates.

Whether you are in Dar es Salaam with or without your family, whether you are here for one day or one year, Protea Hotel Oysterbay is the ideal choice for either a long or short stay.

Each apartment is fully serviced and fitted with air-conditioning, 32 inch LCD TV with satellite channels (DSTV), Direct Dialling and Kitchenette with all necessary utensils.

The property is enclosed within a high wall fitted with electric fence and professional security guards control all accesses 24 hours a day.

Free secured parking is provided for both hotel and conference GUESTS.

The swimming pool and fitness centre are for the exclusive use of hotel GUESTS.

The Club Room - a fine dining restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner will keep your palates tickling & The Asylum - a sheesha bar cum café is an ideal place for you to wind up after a busy day at work.

Don’t forget to try one of our sheeshas, with a wide variety of imported tobaccos to choose from!

A fully equipped business centre, a boardroom that can accommodate up to 20 people and 24 hour FREE high speed WIFI service is at disposal for the ever discerning corporate traveller

Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar

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