Zanzibar

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The lovely Kisiwa House has nine spacious rooms and an excellent rooftop restaurant with sea views. — Lonely Planet
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Two gorgeous historic buildings right in the center of the maze of alleyways that make up Stone Town have been converted into a hotel with whimsically wonderful rooms, each with a different theme. — Fodor's
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This secluded, low-key lodge has 12 organically designed two-storey villas shaded by thick indigenous forest. — Lonely Planet
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Sixty-six villas scattered over an 80-acre compound. — Condé Nast Traveler
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This big, bold, modern resort with 40 suites, eight three- and four-bedroom private villas, two restaurants, a spa and a lake-like pool aims to bring an urban level of luxury comfort to the Zanzibari coast. — The Telegraph
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Kilindi whisks you away to a private, luxury resort on the northern-most part of the island with a combination of barefoot luxury and excellent service. — Fodor's
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The island's ecotourism concept was the brainstorm of a German conservationist who, since the early 1990s, has succeeded in developing it as one of the world's foremost marine sanctuaries. — Fodor's
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Airy, two-story blocks have rooms with huge baths and beach or garden views, and villas come with their own pools. — Afar Magazine
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The three-and-a-half-pearl, 112-room Bluebay Beach Resort and Spa is a beachfront property catering to families and couples alike. — Oyster
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This exclusive island lodge is a playground for the rich and famous, and is often rented out in its entirety. — Lonely Planet
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Zanzibar Serena Hotel, Stone Town’s vintage luxury hotel, is perfectly situated at the tip of the Shangani Peninsula. — The Telegraph
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Matemwe Lodge, on the northern edge of the village, is a relaxing, upmarket place with a dozen spacious and impeccably decorated seaside bungalow suites. — Lonely Planet
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Zuri, a high-design eco-resort, spills onto the best stretch of beach on the Tanzanian archipelago. — The Telegraph
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A gorgeously designed lodge nestled in luxuriant green gardens on a rocky bluff facing off with Mnemba. — Lonely Planet
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This independently-owned, rustic beach retreat is set in the heart of the Menai Bay Conservation Area. — The Telegraph
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Xanadu’s cluster of villas come with 24-hour personal butler service and an 'anytime, anywhere' policy on meals. — The Telegraph
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