Premier Palace Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Arusha, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Premier Palace Hotel offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a seating area.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Premier Palace Hotel are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Travelers looking to enjoy some shawarma can head to The Blue Heron. Otherwise, you may want to check out a barbeque restaurant such as Khan's BBQ, Mehboob's BBQ, or Zest Arusha.
Best of all, Premier Palace Hotel makes it easy to experience some great Arusha attractions like Old Boma Museum, which is a popular natural history museum.
Enjoy your stay in Arusha!
The hotel is well located, rooms are clean and secure. Staff are friendly and the service is great. Great meals as well. Taxi transport is available...either car taxi or motorcycle (Boda Boda). Overall a very acceptable experience during the two days I stayed in the month of October 18th to 20th October.
Well located and secure. Good rooms, Good food. pleasant personnel. Room for improvement: 1.Cleanliness of the rooms needs to be improved, and quality of towels....some towels are old 2. Breakfast is supposed to start at 6:30 but on the day I wanted to take it at 6:30 the set up was just starting. 3. TV reception on 6th floor was not good
This hotel was part of a safari package that was recommended to us. . The building itself looked fairly new and the room was clean, but beyond that everything else was a negative experience....the wifi never worked, the mini fridge didn't work, one towel for 2 people and no soap or shampoo provided, the staff at reception showed no interest in providing any kind of customer service, it took over an hour to get a mediocre meal from the limited menu, the waitress couldn't speak English and overcharged us on our bill. The location is terrible with lots,of street noise and nowhere to walk where you feel safe (no other Caucasians anywhere)....in the end, we moved to another hotel to finish our stay in Arusha.
Alarm bells rang as soon as the taxi pulled up here. The hotel appears to be quite new but looks like the furniture was sourced from second-hand stores. the foyer was dimly lit and the receptionist far from interested in serving a couple of muzungus (we appeared to be the only non-Africans staying there on the night). The room was spartan and the linen thin and EVERYTHING had the hotel's name embroidered on it! Hot water didn't work well despite being given half an hour to heat after turning it on and the (rather low) window in the bathroom was wide open and opened onto the hallway. We met in the bar (drinks are cheap), which was lit solely by UV lighting in typical African style. The restaurant had some western-style choices and wasn't too bad for the meals we picked. Breakfast was terrible and we beat a hasty withdrawal in the morning after paying the thieving USD65 per room rate. However, the view of Mt Meru from my room in the morning was fantastic!…
The hotel is close to everything in Arusha, but still in a semi-secluded area. It is clean and the rooms are confortable. The price is good, starting at 25USD B&B. Hotel staff is cum si cum ca - it depends who is on duty that day. Having stayed at many other hotels in Arusha, I find this hotel to provide good value for money.