Neptune Pwani Beach Resort and Spa
About Neptune Pwani Beach Resort and Spa
This is a beautifully appointed and welcoming resort situated on the northeast coast of Zanzibar, on the bank of Kiwengwa. It is about 45 km from the international airport and Stone Town.
The resort is designed with the traditional style of Zanzibar, with 154 rooms available. Guests can take a dip in two large swimming pools, or enjoy a swim in the ocean.
There are three restaurants, two bars, a health spa, the Spherique shop, meeting rooms and a water sports centre.
No later then 30 days prior to the date of arrival. Bookings less 30 days must be paid in full at time of booking.
Bookings made from 19/12/14-3/1/15 must be paid in full when booking.
Under no circumstances may the operator deduct any amount from the invoices due without prior authorisation from Neptune Hotels.
Neptune Pwani Beach Resort and Spa Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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