Where to Stay in Zanzibar in 2024 → TOP 3 Areas (+ My Experience)

Aerial view of a tropical overwater resort with thatched roofs near a sandy beach.

Zanzibar is a very special island, and if you are researching the best places to stay on the island, you are absolutely right! Zanzibar has very strong tides, and the ocean in front of sea-view rooms can literally disappear for hours! 

I recently explored the beautiful island and absolutely fell in love with it!

In short, the North Coast with Nungwi and Kendwa are the best places to stay in Zanzibar for first-timers. They have a bit of everything: fabulous beaches and other activities.

Read this post to learn more about the 3 best areas to stay for tourists. I compared all the options available on the island and picked ONLY the top ones to make it easy for you. 

I also sorted all the accommodations by price, so you can now go ahead and book your ideal place in a matter of minutes!

Yulia, the author, on the beach in Zanzibar with a wavy ocean in the background

Quick Picks for Your Stay

Here are the best hotels on the North Coast, the ultimate spot for your first stay in Zanzibar:

Watch my video, it will give you a visual explanation of all the areas:

What you need to know before booking a hotel in Zanzibar

An aerial view of a beach in Zanzibar with a resort with overwater bungalows

Do you already know when you are going to visit? If not, it’s important to consider the seasons, as Zanzibar has a rainy season, and you want to avoid that one. For inspiration, you can also see my personal 3-week itinerary in Tanzania

  • Hot season (January to March) – the most popular time to visit is during the hotter months of the year. I visited in January, and although we had a couple of cloudy days, the weather was pleasant, especially on the South Coast.
  • The long rainy season (April and May) – while it’s likely to rain during this season, you might get lucky and have no rain during your vacation, perfect for spending it on the North Coast!
  • Dry season (June to October) – it’s best to visit Zanzibar in these cool, dry months. I recommend the East Coast during this season.
  • The short rainy season (November and December) – in November, it tends to rain every day, but just for a short while, so it’s best to stay on the Northern coast.
People laying on lounge chairs under straw umbrellas on a sandy beach in Zanzibar

Zanzibar, Tanzania’s main island, has strong tides, and the ocean in front of your sea-view room might retreat to the coral reefs and disappear for hours!

NOTE: the best way to know when the tide is high/low is to check the Tide Forecast. It changes daily, so you can check the predictions for when you’re planning to visit.

Where to stay in Zanzibar

Take a peek at this Zanzibar map of the areas I’ll be covering!

an illustrated map with highlighted best areas to stay in Zanzibar

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1. North Coast – best for first-timers

The old name of the country was Tanganyika, and it changed to Tanzania when they merged with Zanzibar!

You’ll find Nungwi Beach and Kendwa along Zanzibar’s North Coast – the best spots to experience the essence of the island. 

1.1. Nungwi

Yulia in a bikini standing on the sandy Nungwi beach in Zanzibar

Nungwi Beach is the most popular tourist destination in Zanzibar for a variety of good reasons. The water temperature is pleasant year-round, the sunset views are out of this world, and there are many diverse restaurants serving delicious fusion dishes. 

The nightlife here is quite lively, and there are plenty of beach bars in Nungwi where you can grab a drink. 

If you’re not much of a party animal, you can spend your days in Nungwi swimming; you can swim anytime, regardless of the tide, and spend your evenings watching the sunset or relaxing in your hotel. The water is SO turquoise! 

The Mnemba Island provides a great opportunity to explore the local marine life

From the northern tip of the island, you can hop to Mnemba Island, just 1km (less than 1 mile) off the shore. The island has fantastic diving and snorkeling spots and is home to green turtles! 

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Nungwi, Zanzibar: hotel bedroom, outdoor pool, and hotel exterior

Luxury (US$200 and up)

  • Riu Palace Zanzibar – one of the best Zanzibar all-inclusive resorts. Situated on Nungwi Beach, the hotel promises barefoot luxury, with access to a private beach with watersports, a spa, and a dive center.
  • Z Hotel – a truly luxurious beach hotel. If you’re still wondering where to stay in Nungwi, the hotel’s infinity pool and spa may convince you. Plus, there’s the famous Z Hotel rooftop bar – one of the best places on the island for drinks at sunset!

Mid-range (US$70 to US$200)

  • Babalola Bungalows – provides everything you’ll need on your Nungwi stay! Want to relax in its outdoor swimming pool? Sure! Feeling a little more adventurous? Hop on a bike! Or, just have a drink at the bar!
  • Opera Hotel – allows you to relax next to coconut palms, tropical plants, and the white sand beach in Nungwi. You will enjoy some of the most beautiful beaches, an outdoor pool, and a restaurant that serves delicious dishes!

Budget (up to US$70)

  • Chikachika Beach B&B – an incredible B&B where you will enjoy the delicious continental breakfast served daily, the cozy garden, or the bar if you want to finish your day with some drinks!
  • Makofi Guest House – the accommodation allows you to opt for a cheaper hostel experience in a mixed dorm room or a private one. The patio also gets busy at night if you want to meet other travelers!

1.2 Kendwa

View of the white sandy Kendwa beach in Zanzibar with boats docked in the water.

Kendwa has a calmer vibe than Nungwi; the nightlife scene is not as bustling, and you can spend the evenings in a relaxing atmosphere. 

One of the best things you can do at Kendwa is skydiving (one of the top things to do in Zanzibar), but if you’re not so adventurous, there’s also snorkeling, scuba diving, and beach volleyball. 

I’d also recommend going on a dhow sailing trip, exploring one of the nearby islands, admiring the marine life, and, if you’re lucky, swimming with the dolphins!

A dhow is a wooden sailing vessel historically used for fishing and trade on the Indian Ocean. 

Kendwa is only 15 min driving from Nungwi, so you get the best of both worlds!

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Kendwa, Zanzibar: hut exterior, hut bedroom, and outdoor pool

Luxury (US$200 and up)

  • Zuri Zanzibar – offers beachside bungalows in Kendwa for couples or families. When not on the beach, you can wander through the garden or hang out by the pool!
  • Gold Zanzibar Beach House & Spa – this luxe hotel features 2 on-site restaurants, 2 bars, and an outdoor pool with a lovely sun terrace. During all times, guests can order room service or turn to the 24-hour front desk for anything else. 

Mid-range (US$70 to US$200)

  • Sansi Kendwa Beach Resort – a 4-star resort with an outdoor pool, a bar, a garden, and a terrace. Each of the hotel rooms has a private balcony, en suite bathroom, a TV, and a safety deposit box.
  • Kendwa Rocks Hotel – the rooms at this 4-star hotel have either garden or sea views, but they’re also air-conditioned and protected by mosquito nets. Live music and entertainment are provided in the hotel on select evenings.

Budget (up to US$70)

  • Kendwa Carletto Style – lovely B&B with a garden and an inner courtyard. During your stay here, you can lounge on the terrace, play darts, rent a car or a bike, and get access to free Wi-Fi and parking.
  • Furaha B&B Kendwa – another B&B with a shared kitchen and on-site coffee shop. Guests can use the luggage storage option and the accommodation’s picnic area. For anything else, you can turn to the front desk, which is open 24/7. 

2. East Coast – home to the best beaches in Zanzibar

A woman in a green bikini on Paje beach in Zanzibar with paragliders in the background
 A trendy spot on the East Coast for kitesurfing – Paje

Zanzibar’s East Coast features what some people consider the best Zanzibar beaches, and it is the area I chose to stay in as well! 

Typically less touristy than the North Coast, the East Coast has beautiful, idyllic beaches like Pingwe, Paje, and Jambiani.

These powdery white sand beaches have turquoise waters that come up to the palm trees along the shore during high tide. So, if you’re looking for places to stay in the area, I’ve found some great hotels along the East Coast for you to choose from.

I stayed somewhere between Paje and Jambiani – small fishing villages on the southeast coast. You can read more about my experience in the sections below.NOTE: remember that you can’t swim or go scuba diving at low tide but can still enjoy walks along the beach and activities like kite surfing.

2.1. Jambiani

A person riding a bike on a sandy street in Jambiani town in Zanzibar

Jambiani is a peaceful and serene place. It’s perfect for a relaxing vacation, the kind of vacation where all you want to do is swim and lounge on the beach. 

While you’re here, I suggest you use the opportunity to try the fresh and delicious seafood at one of the beachfront restaurants. I recommend The Loop Beach Resort, a lovely place right on the beach serving great food. 

If you’re up for a little adventure, venture out to the Kuza Cave (map), admire the limestone rock formations, and enjoy a swim in one of the cave’s freshwater pools. 

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Jambiani, Zanzibar: outdoor pool and hammocks around it, hotel bedroom, and in-room living room

Luxury (US$200 and up)

  • Bamboo Zanzibar – an upscale hotel offering room service, airport transfer, and a 24-hour front desk. If private beaches are your thing, you’ll be happy to hear this hotel has one, as well as air-conditioned rooms, a bar, and 3 breakfast options.
  • Villa Bluu – a beachfront villa with an outdoor pool, a garden, and a terrace with breathtaking sea views. Each of the guest rooms has a private bathroom with free toiletries, and guests can use the on-site parking or rent bikes free of charge.

Mid-range (US$90 to US$200)

  • Nyumbani Residence – this is the hotel where I stayed, and I enjoyed my experience there! You can find my full, honest review with details below.
  • Zanzistar Lodge – located on the southeast coast in the town of Jambiani. It’s full of bright colors and modern decor, but the true star of this hotel is the restaurant. The seafood dishes are to die for!

Budget (up to US$90)

  • Amka House – an excellent find for a budget traveler. It’s right on the beach and has many spots for relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty in Jambiani.
  • New Teddy’s on the Beach – providing excellent value for money, this hostel has a pool, a bar, a tour desk, and even a currency exchange. You can choose a private room or a bed in a mixed dormitory.

2.2. Pingwe

a girl and a boy cycling on the Pingwe beach in Zanzibar with the Rock restaurant in the background

Pingwe is located on the North of Jambiani, about 30 min away by car. 

Pingwe is a great choice if you want to avoid the crowds, as it’s not as visited as some other Zanzibar beaches. But don’t worry – there are still plenty of spots where you can grab a drink and try the local seafood! 

While staying in Pingwe, you HAVE TO visit The Rock Restaurant Zanzibar, which is actually a restaurant on a rock in the Indian Ocean! It’s a unique experience – don’t miss out!

When the tide is low, and you can’t go swimming on Pingwe Beach, I suggest you try kitesurfing. Even if you have no previous experience, this can be a fun way to spend your time. 

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Pingwe, Zanzibar: hotel bedroom outdoor lounge area on the beach, and outdoor pool

Luxury (US$160 and up)

  • Hekaya Zanzibar –a 4-star hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, a tropical garden, and complimentary breakfast. You can commission the hotel’s airport shuttle, get a parking space free of charge, or rent a bike and explore the area.
  • Upendo Beach Boutique Hotel Zanzibar – a bit further away from the main beach in Pingwe, this upscale hotel consists of 3 villas, a bar, and a restaurant with an infinity pool. Additionally, each of the private villas has a private plunge pool.

Mid-range (US$100 to US$160)

  • Bitcoin Beach Hotel Zanzibar – this beachfront hotel offers room service, on-demand airport transfer, and a concierge service. All rooms are air-conditioned and have a private bathroom. A daily continental breakfast is included in the price.
  •  The View of Zanzibar – an apartment right on the white sand beach with a balcony, an inner courtyard, a bedroom, a living area, and a fully equipped kitchen. Daily breakfast and housekeeping services are also provided.

Budget (up to US$100)

  • Shanuo Beach Bungalows – each of the bungalows provides easy beach access and features a private bathroom. Communal spaces include a terrace, garden, and a bar, and there’s also an on-site bicycle rental service.
  • Afriican Village Zanzibar – this is a bit lower-rated than my usual recommendation, but I think it deserves a chance. It’s right on Pingwe Beach, and the staff is friendly and always willing to provide advice.

2.3. Paje

A white sand beach with palm trees and straw huts and a sailboat in the water in the background in Zanzibar

Paje is located in between Pingwe and Jambiani (10-15 mins away by car depending on the traffic). 

Formerly a small fishing village, Paje has transformed into a desirable destination for beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts. It’s a great spot for scuba diving, but it’s an even better spot for kite surfing!

When you need rest from your sports-infused vacation, I recommend going on one of the sunset cruises departing from Paje and nearby beaches and relaxing from those long, active days at the beach. 

If you find yourself in need of a change, take a day trip to one of the neighboring beaches – Bwejuu and Dongwe are definitely worth a visit! 

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Paje, Zanzibar: hotel bedroom, outdoor seating area, and hotel exterior with an outdoor pool and straw umbrellas with lounge chairs

Luxury (US$180 and up)

  • Kisiwa on the Beach – set on Paje Beach and surrounded by palm trees, this hotel features spa facilities, a fitness center, and an on-site restaurant.
  • Paje Blu Boutique Hotel – guests at this boutique hotel can order room service, use the hot tub and the swimming pool, and enjoy the evening entertainment provided by the hotel.

Mid-range (US$70 to US$180)

  • Villa Huruma – a beautiful villa steps from the beach in Paje, where guests can plunge into the private pool or lounge in the garden under the palm trees. Both continental and American breakfasts are served daily at this B&B. 
  • Aluna Paje – this 4-star hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, and a lovely garden. The guest rooms are air-conditioned, with private bathrooms and balconies with a pool view.

Budget (up to US$70)

  • Villa Kiota – has a beautiful garden and restaurant. It’s great place for backpackers as there’s also a bicycle rental service, and you’ll be within walking distance of many restaurants!
  • Ebb & Flow – offering rooms, apartments, and beds in mixed dormitories, this accommodation is perfect for all types of travelers. Free Wi-Fi and an airport shuttle service are some of the perks available to people staying here.

3. Stone Town – where to stay in Zanzibar for a local vibe

A street in Stone Town with people selling fruit, magnets, paintings and other items.

Stone Town feels like stepping into a time machine, with various old colonial buildings lining the narrow streets. It’s the best place to try local cuisine and learn about the island’s history! 

Stop to admire the Old Fort and visit the Old Slave Market. Afterward, take the opportunity to blend in with locals on a traditional boat cruise.

Zanzibar is the birthplace of the rock legend Freddie Mercury. While in Stone Town, visit the Freddie Mercury Museum, situated in the singer’s childhood home!

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Stone Town Zanzibar: hotel exterior, hotel bedroom, and people sitting on the edge of a pool by the beach

Luxury (US$180 and up)

  • Park Hyatt Zanzibar – has a pool, spa, restaurant, and fitness center on the beach. If you feel like heading out, the tour desk at Park Hyatt Zanzibar can arrange various trips and tours for you.
  • Zanzibar Palace Hotel – boasts uniquely decorated rooms and an on-site restaurant! Guests at the Zanzibar Palace Hotel can get on-request spa services and daily complimentary breakfast. Plus, it’s a great base if you’re planning an African safari.

Mid-range (US$80 to US$180)

  • Mangrove Lodge – is an eco-friendly spot for a great vacation within walking distance of the attractions of Stone Town! The Mangrove Lodge has a bar, a restaurant, and a lounge with lots of hammocks for having a private beach getaway.
  • Zanzibar Coffee House – will make you feel like you traveled back in time. The spacious rooms all have antique details without sacrificing any modern comforts.

Budget (up to US$80)

  • Jabar Lodge – is an excellent option for a traveler on a budget. Each room has its own balcony and air conditioning. There’s also a restaurant on-site, and during your stay, you can enjoy the terrace with one of the delicious dishes this B&B serves!
  • Stone Town House – a hostel in the heart of Stone Town with air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, and a concierge service. Better yet, it’s within walking distance of many of the attractions in Old Town.
👑 Luxury price:US$250
🏨 Mid-range:US$120
🛏️ Budget:US$50
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Riu Palace Zanzibar
💵 Mid-range hotel:Babalola Bungalows
👛 Best budget hotel:Chikachika Beach B&B

BONUS: Special hotels in Zanzibar

Zanzibar is a unique destination all on its own, but if you want to make your stay a little more memorable, I singled out some of the most extraordinary hotels on the island. 

Underwater hotel

If you want a truly unique Zanzibar experience, consider an underwater hotel. The Manta Resort offers off-shore accommodation, with the top floor being a lounge area. But when you head down a ladder, you can see the magic of the Indian Ocean through the bedroom windows!

A private island accommodation

Mnemba Island is a small island around 3 km (app. 2 miles) off the coast of Zanzibar and probably the most intimate place for a Tanzania stay. To experience the island magic, I recommend AndBeyond Mnemba Island! There are only 12 rooms on the island – all equally gorgeous!

Colonialism-style accommodation

A collage of three photos of hotels to stay in Zanzibar: hotel exterior with a pool, bedroom, and lounge area

Feel the history of Colonialism in style. Another unique hotel in Zanzibar is the Dhow Palace Hotel in the Old Town of Zanzibar City. This hotel is a converted historical building that was built in 1559, and the decor is in true Zanzibar style. There’s also a pool, a restaurant, and a rooftop terrace.

My experience staying at a hotel in Zanzibar

A collage of three photos of hotels in Zanzibar: hotel bedroom, dining area, and bathroom

When I visited Zanzibar, we stayed at Nyumbani Residence. This charming hotel has a pool and is 2 minutes away from the beach in Paje. I got to stay at this place when it was brand new – it had opened literally a couple of weeks before we checked in!

The owner of the hotel, Daniele, even woke up at 3:30 in the morning just to say goodbye to us when we left for the airport! And I promise you this wasn’t because he knew I was a blogger (he didn’t)!

Most of the time when I travel I go “incognito” because I don’t want any extra attention and I want to get a real experience – without anyone trying to impress us for free publicity!

Daniele got up to say goodbye purely in the name of hospitality. He and his wife were also extremely nice and welcoming during our whole stay.

A hut with thatched roof and a balcony with sofas, armchairs, and chairs with a table

So, Nyumbani is actually a residence, meaning we had the whole apartment (60 m²/645 ft²) to ourselves with a fully equipped kitchen and huge living room. I think they only have about 7 rooms, and they all face the pool! 

Laundry service and food delivery, as well as airport transfers, can be arranged (I believe a one-way trip from the airport costs about US$50). They can also call you a taxi to take you to the nearest “town” Paje! 

Otherwise, we found that there are tons of restaurants within a 5-minute walk (ask the owner for recommendations as they are Italian and they know the good places!)

If you’re addicted to Wi-Fi, I will tell you that the internet isn’t super fast (to be fair, it’s not fast anywhere on the island!). But there is a router right in your bungalow, so there is no need to go to the lobby!

I really enjoyed my time at Nyumbani, and I highly recommend this place if you want a tranquil and intimate stay.

Practical information about staying in Zanzibar

Aerial view of an island with trees in Zanzibar

Now that you know about all the best areas and hotels in Zanzibar, let’s look at some practical information about staying on the island!

How to get to Zanzibar?

You can get to Zanzibar by ferry or plane from Dar es Salaam, on Africa’s East Coast. 

By plane

a girl boarding a green plane in Zanzibar

Flights to Zanzibar run daily from Dar es Salaam and cost about US$100. If you’re coming from Arusha at the base of Kilimanjaro, you can also catch a flight to Dar es Salaam for about US$180 and then transfer to a flight to Zanzibar.

I actually climbed Kilimanjaro, and I talk about my experience here!

There are also plenty of international flights that land in Zanzibar. I arrived by Oman Air, and there was a transfer to Muscat Airport. Check the best rates from your city here.

By ferry

Aerial view of a ferry docked on the harbor on the Tanzanian islands in Zanzibar

Various companies have ferries leaving from Dar es Salaam, and a one-way ticket costs between US$35 to US$100. Some ferries are faster than others, but the tickets are cheaper if you take an older, slower boat. With most companies, you can book online.

Where should I stay in Zanzibar for a honeymoon?

A couple hugging on the beach looking towards the ocean at sunset

Any of the luxury hotels I’ve mentioned before would be perfect for a honeymoon!

The Konokono Beach Resort is a beach hideaway perfect for a romantic getaway. There are private pools and poolside and beach bars. You can also relax under the palm trees on the beach and watch the sunset. 

For a more intimate honeymoon, rent one of the private villas at The Residence Zanzibar. You can get your own ocean-side villa with a private pool. Wake up every morning to sunrise over the Indian Ocean and go to sleep to the sound of the waves!

Where NOT to stay in Zanzibar

A white sand beach with cliffs and boats in the water in Zanzibar

You may have noticed I haven’t included any hotels in the west of Zanzibar, except for Stone Town.

The West Coast is more remote than the rest of Zanzibar, and the beaches can’t compete with those on the North/East Coast.

The South Coast of Zanzibar is the most populated part of the island and a great place to understand more about the culture and take some exciting tours. 

But if you dream of a beach vacation, staying on the South Coast is not the greatest idea, as the height difference between high and low tide is more noticeable there. 

If you really want to see the South Coast, I recommend booking the Nest Style Beach Hotel or Eden Rock for your stay on this side of the island!

TIP: while you’re here, head to Pingwe and hit one of the most unique beach bars, The Rock. You have to wade out into the water to reach the bar, which is literally on a rock in the Indian Ocean!

FAQs about where to stay in Zanzibar

People swimming and relaxing on lounge chairs around a hotel pool surrounded by palm trees by the beach in Zanzibar

☀️ What is the weather in Zanzibar?

The weather in Zanzibar is hot almost year-round (temperatures around 38°C/100°F and around 29°C/84°F in the cooler months). There are 2 rainy seasons, March to May and mid-October to early December.

🏖️ What is the best beach in Zanzibar?

In my personal opinion, Nungwi and the surrounding beaches are the most picture-perfect. During high tide, the beaches along the southeast coast are amazing, too! But, during low tide, the water is so far from the beach, so you’ll have to walk quite a lot to reach it!

👨‍👩‍👧 Where should I stay with my family?

The North Coast, specifically Kendwa, is the best place to stay in Zanzibar for a family vacation! The family will have a great time on Kendwa Beach and enjoy a variety of fun water sports. For your family stay, I recommend the Zuri Zanzibar Hotel.

💑 What is the best hotel for honeymooners?

Many hotels in Zanzibar are perfect for honeymooners, but one of the best, in my opinion, is Konokono Beach Resort!

🌊 What part of Zanzibar has the best beaches?

The East Coast has the most beautiful beaches in Zanzibar! If you want to stay there, I recommend Nyumbani Residence and Amka House! I’m sure you will love both options!

📅 What is the best time of year to visit Zanzibar?

The best time to visit Zanzibar is between June and October, i.e., during the dry season. During this period, the temperatures hover at about 25°C/77°F, and there’s very little rain, so you’ll surely have a pleasant stay!

💃 Where is the best place to stay in Zanzibar for singles?

Zanzibar is a safe destination for solo travelers, and you can stay almost anywhere on the island. However, I would book accommodation on the North Coast, near the beach. The Z Hotel and Zanzibar Queen Hotel are 2 great options for singles.

🤿 Where to stay in Zanzibar for diving?

Your best bet is going between June and October and staying on the North Coast. Or, go between November and March and stay on the South Coast.


A girl in black outfit and sunglasses posing on the beach with the Rock restaurant in Zanzibar in the background

You’ve successfully reached the end of this article on where to stay in Zanzibar. I covered the 3 most important areas and handpicked the best hotels in each.

I’ve also made sure to include my personal experience and first-hand tips, so you’re now more than ready to visit Zanzibar!

To make things a little bit easier, let me tell you my top 2 choices:

  • Riu Palace Zanzibar – a luxurious hotel with private beach access and breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean.
  • Babalola Bungalows – the hotel has a lovely on-site restaurant and provides free bikes.

Whatever you decide, don’t forget to secure your spot as Zanzibar is a popular destination! Leave your questions in the comment section and I’ll get back to you!

Have the time of your life,


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