The Africa House HotelThe Africa House includes accommodation with 15 rooms, the Sunset Bar, Tradewinds Restarant and The Majlis shisha lounge as well as a library that can be used for private meetings and conferences.
Africa House Video
Our recently published presentation video gives site visitors a short preview of the Africa House Hotel.
Combining a local and international cuisine with a unique ambiance and elegant decor, Tradewinds makes a perfect venue for a memorable dining experience.
The Sunset Bar is an expansive balcony bar on a large open-air terrace with a wonderful view of the Indian Ocean.
The Africa House Hotel offers accommodation in a total of 15 rooms divided into 3 categories: 1 Royal Deluxe Room, 6 Twin or Double Deluxe Seaview Rooms and 8 Twin or Double Deluxe Stone Town View Rooms.
Experience the delights of traditional Arabic Shisha in true Arabian style in The Majlis next to the Sunset Bar.
Zanzibar and Stone TownFor those who are curious about Zanzibar and the historical facts of Stone Town, below are a few of our recommended travel highlights to help make the most out of your stay.
Stone Town Attractions
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stone Town with its small alleys, ancient coral stone buldings and many attractions, such as the House of Wonders, The Old Fort and the Palace Museum.
Exotic Stonetown, Zanzibar
Roberta Rudnick's and Bill McDonough's Stone Town and Africa House experience as described in the travel log of their sabbatical year in Tanzania.
Zanzibar is well known as the Spice Island of the east African region, and no trip to Zanzibar could be considered complete without a visit to one of the various spice farms.
There are two amazing sandbanks in the glittering ocean one kilometre offshore Africa House, ideal for for a day of swimming and snorkelling.
Jozani Forest National Park
The Jozani Forest is part of the recently declared Jozani Forest National Park, located 35 kilometres southeast of Stone Town between the bays of Chwaka and Uzi. The Jozani Forest is the last remnant of original, untouched forest on the island. The forest is well known for its Zanzibar red colobus, a very rare monkey species unique to Zanzibar.