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Boekt u Sultan Sands op basis van All Inclusive, dan zijn onder meer alle maaltijden, non-alcolholische drankjes, huiswijn, bier en cocktails inbegrepen. Makkelijk.


Sultan Sands

Sultan Sands is het zusterhotel van het Blue Bay Resort & Spa, dat ernaast ligt. Het werd in 2008 totaal gerenoveerd. Sultan Sands is gebouwd in Afrikaanse stijl.

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Over Sultan Sands

Voorheen een klein hotel is Sultan Sands nu een complex met 76 kamers met alle voorzieningen voor een fijne vakantie voor jong en oud. U hoeft in dit hotel niet op de prijslijst te kijken, want u verblijft er op basis van All Inclusive. De kamers zijn keurig ingericht.

Kenmerken

  • all inclusive
  • kindvriendelijk
  • beachfront

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Boekt u Sultan Sands op basis van All Inclusive, dan zijn onder meer alle maaltijden, non-alcolholische drankjes, huiswijn, bier en cocktails inbegrepen. Makkelijk.

Hotelnaam:
Sultan Sands
Plaats/regio:
Zanzibar
Code:
H17214
Klasse:
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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Pwani  Room (Village)
: Vorm van rondavel, kleedkamer, airco, plafondventilator, minibar, televisie, badkamer met douche, toilet, föhn, veranda.

Bahari  Room (Sea Front)
: Zoals Village, aan het strand.

Ligging

Sultan Sands ligt aan de oostkust van Zanzibar, naast zusterhotel Blue Bay Resort & Spa.

Aantal kamers

76

Faciliteiten

Omdat u ook gebruik kunt maken van de faciliteiten van het Blue Bay Resort & Spa:
• 6 Bars
• 5 Restaurants (soms tegen betaling van een toeslag)
• 5 Zwembaden.
• Uitgebreide sportmogelijkheden
• Spa

Het groene en tropische 'specerijeneiland' Zanzibar voor de kust van Tanzania is 86 km lang en 39 km breed. Het eiland is een ideale verlenging na een rondreis door Tanzania.


"Sultan Sands - perfect!"

   15-08-2017
I loved the Sultan Sands. Pretty much everything about it. We stayed for 8 nights, our bungalow was of the Pwani sort, which was beautiful. Small note: we saw the newer ones, baobab rooms, these weren't as nice. Also the beach front bungalows would have lacked too much privacy for my liking. Pwani was perfect! The hotel has it's own beach area which is slightly elevated, as the beach is public and you will have vendours chatting you up (these are in general very respectful and not a big nuisance at all). The beach itself is perfect. If you stay long enough you will enjoy all sorts of tides. Make sure to pack snorkelling equipment! The food was another highlight. Living in Paris, I have sadly become a spoilt eater and was a bit sceptical about the all-inclusive buffet. I was wrong. The food was always fresh, varied and tasted great. Frequently Indian dishes were served, there were always various salads, fresh fish, grilled meat as well as some European options such as pizza and pasta. Lastly a big compliment to the staff. We were always treated with welcoming kindness, making us enjoy the place even more. Asante sana!

"highly recommended"

   11-08-2017
well organized great stuff helpful desk food is great and located good beach is wonderful trips easy to organize and its pretty close to any point of interest on island half board is more than enough for a family

"Beautiful Resort!!!!"

   09-08-2017
My partner and I stayed for one week at Sultan Sands for my birthday. On the first day we were lucky enough to meet Mark, the General Manager. He already knew it was my birthday and promptly upgraded us to a beautiful villa by the beach. All the staff were very friendly and helpful, especially Samson and Hussein, and obviously Trevor!! The resort is beautiful and well cared for with a vast white sand beach and tropical gardens surrounding all the accommodation. We went all inclusive which I would definitely recommend. The food all week was excellent and well above average compared to other all inclusive options we have taken. The accommodation is traditional and part of the charm of the resort. I don't normally write reviews, but sometimes after such a great trip, you can't help but want to share!

"Wonderful...for a few days"

   06-08-2017
This was the last of five lodgings reserved for our trip. Staying here was all about relaxation and a little exercise, after the previous hectic 8 days of safari and discovery. Once again, sufficiently favourable reviews partly motivated our choice, along with their claim of having a gym facility. We arrived around 12:00, where a Maasai attired concierge whisked our luggage from the taxi to the reception. Your typical welcome wet-rolled towels (provided by many 4-5 star resorts,) as well as, complimentary drinks, were great starting points. The young receptionists Kaseem, was genuinely welcoming. A slightly taller and thinly built gentleman who was less impressive with skills in hospitality, mysteriously took over as we proceeded with check in. The Cuisine Our arrival seemed to time lunch perfectly. The rooms apparently weren't ready for occupancy so we could conveniently pass the time quelling our hunger. Golden Tulip Hotel in Stone town had until now set the bar for food in Zanzibar, and it would be almost impossible to surpass. Imagine the relief in discovering Sultan Sands would do an equally fantastic job. Every meal from breakfast to dinner was a delight. We opted for all-inclusive which rather often, food can sometimes seem redundant. Not the case here; the planning and logistics that go into creating different themes for open air dinners is to be praised. During dinner, guests can be trapped at the edge of softly breaking waves, surrounded a lit pool, were they are treated to live entertainment as they dine. The blend spawns an atmosphere of total intimacy in the dimly lit ambience. Notwithstanding, we were appalled at the filthy table mats from our first sitting. Anticipating things would get better was also futile since we never saw one that was hygienic throughout our stay. This was also the only place of stay where there was a bona fide problem with flies at lunch. Birds flying in and out helping themselves to exposed buffet meals, wasn't a plus either. (Even the staff seemed to have given up on driving them away.) There is absolutely lots of room for improvement. Here are my 2 tips on the issue: • Dispose of those table mats! Consider replacing with a more hygienically sound material that can easily be cleaned. • Protect ALL buffets from the birds and flies that love joining guests at lunch. Personnel As at the reception on checking in, service personnel attitudes can vary. I'll like to offer special thanks to those that stood out throughout our stay; Saraphina...who could run circles around any waitress in Los Angeles best diners; Emmanuel (NOT receptionist)...for his constant greetings; Alec Juma for his patient explanations and warm demeanour; Security Guard Stanley...for his friendship. Conversely, finding cheerful kitchen staff was more of a challenge; perhaps best described as doing what they were paid for, while wishing they were elsewhere. Service was also sometimes a bit slow, but nothing unbearable. The Location The hotel sits on the sea front with beach chairs slightly raised above the edge of the sand, separating the ocean view from a large single pool sprawled behind daily sun worshippers. The space here can feel a bit cramped, but guests are welcome to use the facilities at the sister property Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa. Watch out for sea urchins if you're getting in the water. Beach or reef shoes are highly recommended! The Maasai skilfully took care of my son after one such unfortunate encounter__ with him returning to them the following morning for a follow up. Special thanks. (Certainly some things can be learned here by the in house Italian doctor.) The Rooms The bungalow style dwellings are charming; we stayed in 'Pawni' Rooms, which face the ocean, surrounded by daily maintained landscaped gardens. They really do emulate the style of traditional African rondavels... and we LOVED them. With well kept cleanly tiled floors, perfectly working air conditions and refrigerators against the heat, cozy verandas, a fresh tropical style layout, and clean moderately sized bathrooms...they we absolutely perfect. Rooms are sprayed nightly and mosquito nets drawn. An obvious necessity, since the little pests were here in manageable numbers. Showers equipped with working warm water were for unexplained reasons (we never asked,) faintly salty. Bottled water was provided daily for brushing teeth. The water pressure was excellent and consequently, toilets worked efficiently. Nevertheless, sloppy craftsmanship once again took away from all that could have been a true 4-star bathroom. The Gym As mentioned earlier, one of our criteria when screening hotel amenities is a training facility. Claiming to have a 'fitness center' is a total misrepresentation by Sultan Sands. A pair of worn treadmills and cycles, a broken multi machine, and a bench with a few rusted unusable free weights hardly constitutes a gym. Furthermore, being a playground for kids and an uncertain air condition --it was an absolute let down. At the risk of continuing and sounding bitter, I'll conclude with an admonition to the management to address it. Tip: Choose the Pwani Rooms which are ocean-facing, overlooking the gardens. The Bahari Rooms are closer to the beach, but just that; only closer that the nearest Pawni rooms by meters. They are not on the beach! The positives; • Beautiful dwellings and surroundings • Top class all-inclusive • Perfectly situated The negatives; • Salty shower water • Defective training facility • Cramped sunning area • Birds at the buffet • Generally apathetic kitchen/buffet staff

"Will not disappoint "

   30-07-2017
The Sultan Sands Island resort met all our expectations and more. The hotel itself is very clean. We stayed all inclusive and could state it was well worth its money. Great selection of food, different theme every night, preventing monotony. The all inclusive drinks menu is quite extensive, doesn't take long for the bar staff to know your order. The night time entertainment varies in style and finishes at a reasonable time. Keeping everyone happy. The management do a welcome cocktail night and the staff are open and friendly. Nothing is a problem for Mark, Trevor and team. The beach on this side of Zanzibar is beautiful, with a few hawkers who are continuously monitored to ensure they are not bothering their patrons. Definitely an added bonus to enjoying the sun, sand and fantastic waves.


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