Golden Tulip Hotel Dar Es Salaam
About Golden Tulip Hotel Dar Es Salaam
The Golden Tulip Hotel Dar es Salaam is located on the tranquil green area of the Msasani Peninsula, Dar es Salaam. The seaside location of the hotel gives you a fantastic view of the Indian Ocean. The architecture is inspired by the Arabic influences on the Swahili coast and provides a luxurious and comfortable atmosphere. The entrance hall is spectacular with its stately pillars, rotunda and grand dome.
All rooms and suites have an ocean view with private balcony and offer all the comforts you would expect of an international hotel on the East African Coast.
Sanaa, with an international a la carte menu, is situated on the first floor where you are certain to enjoy a fantastic meal with an impressive ocean view. The Ocean View Bar and Grill facilitates a more relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy a drink or meal overlooking the horizon. The large infinity pool offers the perfect location to relax and unwind.
Golden Tulip Hotel Dar Es Salaam Map
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Things to do in and around Msasani
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