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Breezes Beach Club & Spa

Budget Standard Luxury Campsite Permanent Campsite Lodge Hotel

Fast Facts

  • 70 rooms
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Mosquito nets
  • Air conditioned
  • Safe box
  • 3 restaurants
  • 3 bars
  • Te and coffee lounge
  • Swimming pool
  • Beach club and spa
  • Marine activities centre
  • Scuba diving centre
  • Shopping bazaar
  • Fitness centre

General Information

The rooms at Breezes Beach Club vary between the Standard Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, and Suites. All of the rooms are the same in size and décor, though the deluxe rooms are closer to the sea than the Standard, whilst the Suites are situated on an upper level with a large balcony. Each of the rooms is decorated in shades of ivory and stone and all have traditional wood carvings and hand-crafted furniture.

There are a number of common areas throughout the Club. During the day, the Pool Bar is a comfortable lounging area where you can stay out of the sun and enjoy a cool drink, or head to Breakers Restaurant for a lunch snack. Breakfast and dinner take place in the Salama Restaurant. If you feel like dining away from the rest of the guests, then the Sultan’s Table is a smaller restaurant serving Indian and Swahili inspired dishes which you can enojoy while gazing out over the sea. It is a very atmospheric room, with Arabian-style interior décor, sumptuous fabrics and wonderfully carved wooden walls.

For real exclusivity, the beachside Tides Restaurant is a table for two set away from the main dining areas. Sitting in your own Arabian-style open-sided room, with an uninterrupted view out over the sea and excellent service.
 In the evening retire to the Safari Bar for a few after-dinner drinks, or to the Baraza Bar, which is a liqueur and cigar bar.

The Frangipani Spa was inspired in design by the Sultan’s bath houses from the days of Arab rule in Zanzibar and the result is very atmospheric. The spa also offers detoxifying and hydrating therapies, two Jacuzzis, a steam room, yoga and meditation as well as a variety of massages.


Breezes Beach Club and Spa occupies a stretch of beach along the Michamvi peninsula on the east coast of Zanzibar.