facilities

Facilities

Overview

A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Facilities provided may range from a modest-quality mattress in a small room to large suites with bigger, higher-quality beds, a dresser, a refrigerator and other kitchen facilities, upholstered chairs, a flat screen television, and en-suite bathrooms.

Swimming Pool

If you’re staying in a hotel over Tanzania break this year, don’t count on being able to take a relaxing swim.

If you’re staying in a hotel over Tanzania break this year, don’t count on being able to take a relaxing swim, hit the spa, or even sneak a cigarette once you get to your destination. According to a new survey from the Tanzania Hotel & Lodging Association, on-site spas, swimming pools, and guest rooms where smoking is permitted are three things hotels have been getting rid of recently.

Food & Drinks

Tanzania relies mainly on grains, rice, spices and fruits, with meats like chicken and fish being reserved.

Hotels and lodges tend to serve western and international styled food.The cuisine of Tanzania relies mainly on grains, rice, spices and fruits, with meats like chicken and fish being reserved for special occasions. Dishes vary depending on where one visits. For example, the coast offers a great deal of seafood with many people saying the best seafood is on Arusha.

Wifi

This air-conditioned, modern property offers upmarket facilities for business and leisure travellers

This air-conditioned, modern property offers upmarket facilities for business and leisure travellers, uncapped WiFi, as well as three meeting rooms, fitness room, sparkling swimming pool and deck. The hotel is 13km from the airport and close to the city centre, embassies, shopping centre, botanical gardens, national museum and other cultural and social points of interest.

Laundry

Korona Villa is a budget friendly accommodation located in Arusha, Tanzania. This accommodation

House maid and room boy should strip linens from beds and areas and put them on to the linen chute or on to the soiled linen carts stored on each floor pantry. Staff should never use any guest linen for any cleaning purpose.