Dar es Salaam Triniti Guest House

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I highly recommend Triniti Guest House this peaceful oasis in the middle of hectic Dar es Salaam. The management did a great job with affordable rooms that are clean and equipped with all necessities like A/C, mosquito net and warm water; there is free WiFi and a restaurant with great food; and in the bar there is always an interesting crowd to hang out with.

The atmosphere is very friendly and relaxed, and if you're there, don't forget to enjoy the Friday evening parties with live music!

This is why I've returned to this guest house every time I came back to Dar es Salaam - and many other guests keep returning time after time. Triniti simply is a place that makes you wanna stay!

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The best experience I had was at Triniti. I've come to know about Triniti through friends residing there. Once you enter you feel you are at home.

The staff is welcoming and they inform you about the different activities that take place, including but not limited to the live band party every weekend.

The rooms are comfortable and provide all necessary services needed. WiFi is available at the Resturant & the Bar.

The food was great, especially if you want a nice pepper steak or a delicious barbequed fish platter.

There is a lovely bar, excellent service & a lot of greens make it fun and cozy at the same time. If you ever go to Tanzania, make sure that you stay at Triniti;

We paid 65 US for each room which is about average in pricing for Dar.

Triniti is in the heart of Oyster bay a lush suburb of Dar where most of the embassy buildings are. It's a lovely place to walk around and Coco beach is close by.

If you’re planning to stay have a look at a few rooms first. There is a big difference between them.

It's a nice enough place and if you’re a young traveler and like to be where things are happening it's a good option but they really do need to sort out the sprayer thing.

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