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Kilimanjaro Hotel Kempinski - Dar es Salaam & Coast - Tanzania

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The Kilimanjaro Hotel Kempinski is situated in the heart of Dar es Salaam's business district with panoramic views over the city's port and harbour and is located within easy travelling distance of many tourist attractions such as the Serengeti, the Selous and Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro.

Today, after an extensive refurbishment programme, this elegant hotel is both a testament to Dar es Salaam's historical past and its exciting future. The fusion of traditional European and East African hospitality together with exemplary personal service makes this hotel the perfect place to meet, relax or conduct business.

Tropical surroundings combined with modern luxurious facilities including a day spa, swimming pool and fully equipped gymnasium, provide health and wellness elements that are vital for today's hectic and stressful lifestyle.

The hotel has The Palm Restaurant open for all meals and offering a superb daily buffet lunch as well as an a la carte menu. The Oriental Restaurant is open six days a week and offers a wide range of oriental specialties. In addition, there is a coffee shop open for snacks daily and the hotel offers 24 hour room service.

The rooftop bar is open daily from 17h00 with live music and great cocktails!

Conference facilities are available for over 250 theatre style, with a full back up in terms of break away rooms and secretarial services.

Each of the one hundred and eighty spacious rooms and suites, complete with small luxuries and unique features such as private balconies ensure guests will have a comfortable stay.The tropical bathrooms, featuring a deep soaking tub and a separate glass enclosed rainforest shower have all amenities including scales to help guests keep an eye on those extra kilos!



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