Warere Town House Hotel in Zanzibar

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I stayed at Warere Town House for one night then decided to return at the end of my trip to Zanzibar for 2 more!
The owner was great and organised for somebody to walk to the port and meet us to show us the way as it's a bit hidden away.

We had asked for a twin but ended up with two rooms which was a bonus.

My friends single room was quite small but my double had a huge, high, Lamu bed in it that was gorgeous!

The bathroom was clean, there was hot water and the AC and fan were both very efficient so a delightful place to sleep.

You take breakfast on the rooftop. This was a bit variable as 2 mornings we were given hot water and a tin of instant coffee....a sort of do-it -yourself approach!

But the other day we had lovely fresh coffee served. There was also lots of fruit and breads and an omelette all served on the same plate!

Reception were eager to please, spoke English and organised taxis for me.

The young guy was very pleasant, also the guy who cleaned the room and the chap who did the ironing!

Some downsides. There is nowhere much to go except your room. I tried to take my book on the rooftop one afternoon but found it full of staff having an extended lunch break with radio blaring.

The downstairs reception area is very dark and a bit dingy.

Outside there are the usual benches attached to the front but lots of guys always seemed to be lounging there.

It was difficult to know just who they all were as they just seemed to be hanging about so not very pleasant.

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