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Whilst on the mountain, you will be sleeping either under canvas or, if you are booked
on the Marangu Route, in dormitories in specially built huts. However, the price
of the trek includes two nights -
Exactly which hotel you will be staying in depends to a certain degree on which trek you book. With some of the treks, however, you do have a certain amount of flexibility and choice as to where you stay. When you book your trek we will send you details of which accommodation options are available.
To give you an idea of the quality and type of accommodation on offer, below we
give you details of the accommodation we use in Arusha -
The following hotels are included in the price of the trek. Note that provision of such facilities as hot water and electricity can on occasions be erratic in this category, and certainly not as reliable as similarly priced accommodation in the West. In order to ensure a reliable hot water/electricity supply, clients may wish to upgrade to the hotels at the bottom of the page. .
Though it doesn’t look much on the outside, the Arusha Naaz offers some surprisingly
comfortable rooms in the heart of the action in busy Arusha. Each room boasts an
Follow this link to visit the website of Arusha Naaz Hotel.
One of the more charming mid-
Follow this link to visit the website of Le Jacaranda.
Follow this link to visit the website of Outpost Lodge.
Follow this link to visit the website of L’Oasis Lodge.
A large, business-
Follow this link to visit the website of Impala Hotel
Another stunning establishment on the outskirts of Arusha, the Moivaro is situated
on the grounds of an old coffee estate. Accommodation is in quiet cottages built
around the grounds, each boasting their own veranda and all mod-
Follow this link to visit the website of Moivaro Lodge
Karama Lodge lies 3km along Old Moshi Road beyond Masai Camp,who actually own the
place. An unusual lodge, the Karama is tucked away on a quiet hillside facing away
from Arusha and boasts 22 stylish en-
Follow this link to visit the website of Karama Lodge
Kibo Palace This smart, swish place has changed its personality over the past couple
of years. When it first opened it felt like a typical African businessman’s hotel
Follow this link to visit the website of Kibo Palace
Arumeru River Lodge
Luxuriating in 12 acres of wonderfully manicured gardens, the Arumeru is one Arusha’s newest luxury lodges. Featuring 20 supremely comfortable rooms in 10 chalets, each with their own veranda, as well as a beautiful bar and reception area, this place has a fine pool, bar area, two restaurants and, best of all, views of both Meru and Kilimanjaro. All in all, a wonderful retreat.
Follow this link to visit the website of Arumeru River Lodge
Arusha’s oldest hotel, right in the centre of town next to the clocktower, the Arusha
is one of those establishments that exude with history, having been first established
in 1894. Now fully refurbished and updated, it retains much of its old colonial charm
alongside the latest in comfort and luxury and continues to host the majority of
VIPS visiting Arusha, including, recently, Bill Clinton.
Follow this link to visit the website of Arusha Hotel
The highest quality hotel we have on our roster, Onsea House is just about the best
there is in northern Tanzania. Belgian-
Follow this link to visit the website of Onsea House.