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This was the third guest house we looked at before deciding to stay for one night. The room we selected on the second floor had three windows so was bright and airy. The room was very clean.
The double room was 50,000 shillings with breakfast....More
Stayed here twice during my time in Zanzibar - when I first arrived and then on my way back out. The owner/manager is incredibly friendly, remembered me a week after I first arrived and even saved me the same room. I paid $20 and probably...More
It was the cheapest guest house we found but a surprisingly nice one!
The owners are very friendly and the breakfast was simple but tasty. The bathrooms are shared but overall it's quite clean. Double rooms cost 25 dollars per night. The location is superb!...More
If you are looking for great budget accommodation in stone town - look no further.
Haven guest house is run by friendly and welcoming staff who make you feel at home. The room are basic but very clean with nets and a ceiling fan. There...More
I paid $14 for a private room here, which is the cheapest decent place you will find in stone town. It was a little hard to find, but definitely a better value than the crappy place next door that charges the same rate for a...More
US$18 - US$20 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Haven Guest House Hotel Stone Town ,
Haven Guest House Zanzibar Island/Stone Town
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"The front rooms have great air flow, but sometimes people congregate on the stairs in front and talk until..."