Emerson Spice consists of three adjoining World Heritage site buildings in the exotic Kasbah of Zanzibar’s Stonetown. Two of the facades face a quaint square at the end of historic Tharia Street, a principal thoroughfare for walking tours of the city. The third façade looks down Tharia Street toward the Anglican Cathedral and the slave market. Nestled among the rear facades is a squared private courtyard containing an ancient well.
The Spice Inn House, the principal structure which now houses Emerson Spice is actually a melding of two buildings and several distinct styles of architecture. The older L-shaped wing on the Northeast side, built in the Swahili Arab style, was originally owned by the last Swahili ruler of Zanzibar, Muhammad bin Ahmed.
- 11 rooms
- Roof top restuarant (closed Thursdays)
- Luggage storage facilities
- Nestled in the heart of Stone Town
Incrediable wildlife and white sand trocial beaches mixed with romance and luxury, the prefect blend for start of married life.
You will visit some of the Northern Circuit National Parks of Tanzania in combination with culinary activities from fine dining to the local Swahili cuisine
Are you a single lady wishing to come on safari but unsure about traveling alone? Then join other like minded ladies on this 2 week Tanzanian adventure.