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Jafferji House & Spa

Dining terrace with sea views

Jafferji House & Spa

• Family owned boutique hotel

• 10 individually decorated guest suites

• The owners ancestral home, originally built in 1912

• Decorated with antiques from Zanzibar & Asia

• In the heart of Stone Town, walking distance from the House of Wonders, Forodhani Gardens, Palace Museum, old Fort & former Slave Market





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A building over 100 years old, Jafferji house has passed generations of families, to finally

open its doors as a guesthouse and spa. Ideally located in the heart of Stone town, close to all the attractions the historical town has to offer, Jafferji House & Spa is a small, eccentric boutique hotel. The design of the hotel captures the heritage of an era gone by and combines this with modern day amenities, creating comfort and a personalized service with attention to every detail. The suites each have a story to tell and are wonderfully furnished with Zanzibar antiques and artifacts.








• 10 ensuite guest suites

• 5 Signature Suites

• 3 Superior Suites

• 2 Superior Deluxe Suites

• Children of all ages are welcome

• Stone Town tours

• Spice tour

• Spa treatments

• Zanzibar cooking lessons

• Zanzibar coffee ceremony

• Dhow cruises

• Sandbank picnic

• Javed Jafferji photo gallery visits

• WiFi: in-room & main areas

• Mobile phone signal

• 24 hour electricity

• Charging facilities: in-room

• Spa

• Laundry

• Guest Areas: Mistress of Spices Restaurant, The Terrace rooftop restaurant, reception lounge & first floor courtyard


• Hot & cold running water

• Flush toilet

• Hot water indoor shower

• Bathtub

• TV

• In-room safe

• Hairdryer

• Air-conditioning

• Open year round

• Zanzibar’s Abeid Amani Karume International Airport – 20 minute drive

• Daily scheduled flights departing Nairobi’s Wilson Airport

• Daily international flights departing from numerous destinations

• Private charter

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