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Situated in the truly serene backdrop of the Msasani Peninsula and with fantastic views of the nearby Indian Ocean, the Golden Tulip Dar es Salaam offers guests of both a business and leisure calibre an experience that tops other 4 star hotels in Dar es Salaam. Boasting 4 star accommodation and a comprehensive range of great facilities, this seaside resort, only 4km from Tanzania's largest city, provides a unique atmosphere with both Arabic and Swahili touches.

Fitted out with a total of 84 full-sized rooms, the hotel guarantees guests the very best in comfort, class and convenience. All of the 4 star rooms and suites have a gorgeous view of the sea via private balconies, and exceed all you'd expect from a top class East African international hotel. Enjoy great in-room facilities such as satellite TV, high-speed internet connection and telephones among others. All bathrooms are marble-fitted, while the suites offer kitchens and Jacuzzis.

Hotel facilities don't disappoint at the Golden Tulip Dar es Salaam, and provide both business and leisure guests with all they need during their stay at the Msasani Peninsula. Enjoy comprehensive conference facilities, fine dining at the hotel restaurant, and grilled delights at the ocean view bar and grill. The hotel also boasts the biggest swimming pool in Dar es Salaam, which features a waterfall and the opportunity to indulge in aquatic sports and other activities poolside. The hotel was renovated in 2013, and the decor and facilities glimmer with class and prestige.

The charming shores of the Msanani Peninsula are within easy reach of the hotel, with some great Indian Ocean beaches only a short wander away. The centre of Dar es Salaam is only 4km away, with Tanzania's largest city serving as the country's economic and cultural centre. The city makes a great choice for a daytrip with a wide range of attractions and amenities.

Avis de nos clients sur l'hôtel Golden Tulip Dar City Center

Note TripAdvisor 4.0/5 sur la base de 77 avis
Phil603
Phil603 12 novembre 2017 Type de voyage En famille
« Bien! »

Hôtel très bien situé, accueil sympathique. Chambres et suites propres, même si des odeurs d'humidité circulent ça et là. La structure hôtelière est un peu étrange: un restaurant (très bien) au rez, des bureaux et les chambres dans les étages et la réception tout en haut (avec des ascenseurs par conséquent très occupés). A conseiller pour un court séjour dans la capitale. Le fameux marché aux poissons, à ne manquer sous aucun prétexte, est à 20' de marche.

axs9040
axs9040 31 décembre 2016 Type de voyage Professionnel
« Agréablement surpris »

Séjour rapide mais agréable qui répondait à toutes mes attentes En plus du prix la chambre très confortable avec une vue imprenable sur la ville Un petit hic il ne faut pas oublier d'enclencher le chauffe eau pour avoir une douche chaude ! Un petit plus pour le personnel à l'écoute

SunguraMzungu
SunguraMzungu 13 novembre 2017 Type de voyage En couple
« Wonderful inner-city location »

If you enjoy soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of downtown Dar es Salaam, as I do, then this hotel is in a wonderful location. The view from the room over the central city, to the coast and beyond was spectacular and ever changing. The included breakfast was great and the food at the in-house restaurant tasty. The only drawback is that they do not make it clear in advance that it is a non-alcohol hotel. There are plenty of other places to get drinks nearby, however, so this was not a major issue. The staff were very friendly and helpful. All-in-all, we enjoyed our stay at this hotel. I would be happy to stay there again.

René P
René P 22 octobre 2017 Type de voyage Voyage solo
« Urlaub »

Great Hotel with great view😀Re ception on 20th Floor. All rooms in the 15th - 19th floor with big Windows. I LOVE IT❤ very clean room & a lot of TV CHANNELS & HOMETC stations Very friendly staff. In 1st Floor the Flightlink Airline Office with cheap flights in Tanzania. Walking distance to the St.Joseph Cathdral and boat ferry to Zanzibar Island.