Lets get the only negative out first ---its expensive and for most of us only for special occasions. We selected to relax after a safari and stone town( as had many others) and it was perfect. The rooms are fantastic,the service was outstanding and the layout means you have plenty of space by the pool beach or whatever you fancy. The beach is interesting as you can walk out to the reef at low tide and its very pleasant for a stroll albeit there's not alot to see
Its an all inclusive resort but top end for quality with plenty of selection on food --which varies between buffet style and normal menu's and decent wine and the management are visible and nothing is too much trouble. We had 6 nights which was for us about right --however we did have lunch at a restaurant called the rock just up the coast --you have to take a small boat and the views are wonderfull.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This beautiful resort evokes the heritage of Zanzibar dating back to the era of the Sultans. A fusion of Arabic, Swahili and Indian design, with beautiful arches, hand carved cement décor, beautiful antiques, hand made furniture and intricate brass lanterns, Baraza offers unparalleled standards of luxury on the Island of Zanzibar. Baraza has set a unique standard of luxury accommodation on the island ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Baraza Resort And Spa
- Baraza Hotel Bwejuu
- Baraza Resort & Spa Zanzibar/Bwejuu