Zanzibar Coffee House

Zanzibar Coffee House
The Zanzibar Coffee House originates from around 1885 and was originally the elegant home of Sir Tharia Topan, a Minister to Sultan Said Bargash. The basement is home to an authentic Café with an adjacent coffee roasting room. Guests can witness the roasting of our selfproduced coffee and enjoy the wonderful smell which engulfs the building. Above the Café, eight individually styled hotel rooms feature beautiful floors and rare lamps and are furnished with fine Arab style antiques, all creating a comfortable and cosy atmosphere. An architectural rarity is the rooftop with a 360 degree balustrade. While having breakfast with coffee and fresh croissants, our guests can enjoy the impressive view and the sounds of Stone Town. The Zanzibar Coffee House Hotel is ideal for the individual traveller seeking a special and authentic place to stay, but the house can also accommodate families, for instance in the Bourbon .