house of the rising sun!
Each bungalow designed in a traditional Swahili style with coconut thatch roofs in a tropical garden setting, each has a Swahili four poster bed, ceiling fan, veranda with a sea view and sandy path down to our secluded pristine beach and turquoise ocean. In order to reserve a room, we require a deposit, payable via PayPal, the equates to 25% of the room total.
High Season – December to March & July to September
Low Season – April to June & October to November
The Idler / Starting at $60 per night
Fit for single wanderers, but spacious enough for two, the Idler room has a large Double sized bed, lamp, wardrobe, chair ,writing desk with wooden chair, and fans. All rooms are en suite and, come with out door seating with views of our secluded beach, azure blue lagoon, and sublime sunrises, for those fortunate to wake up for it.
The Wanderers / Starting at $85-$100 per night
Whether you’re a couple or a duo. The wanderer is there for when you need it, a blend of cultural rustic design, comfort and space. It features at least a plush Zanzibar 4 poster queen bed, Ceiling fan, wardrobe, mirror, wooden Zanzibari safe box, and Egyptian cotton sheets. Sea facing veranda, with seating and coffee table. All rooms are en-suite and, come with out door seating with views of our secluded beach, azure blue lagoon, and sublime sunrises, for those fortunate to wake up for it.
The Triad / Starting at $130 per night
With two full beds/ 1 full bed and 2 singles that fit up to four people, The Triad is tailor made for families and groups, with space and comfort. It features a writing desk, two wardrobes, wooden Zanzibari safe box, and cabinet. All rooms are en suite come with out door seating with views of our secluded beach, azure blue lagoon, and sublime sunrises, for those fortunate to wake up for it.
Sustainability is integral to Sazani Beach and we are on the road to becoming a fully fledged eco-lodge, for these reasons:
We use solar power To provide electricity for lights . fans and electrical items, in all rooms, and reception.
We do not have AC in the rooms or a pool. The prevailing sea breeze negates the need for AC, and we have ecological issues with a pool in an island where the local population’s water supply is severely hampered by the hotel industry. However we do have a sandbank, during low tide, perfect for people of all ages, with miles of shallow warm pools stretching nearly out to the reef.