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Slipway Hotel Dar es Salaam

  • Lying on Dar es Salaam’s coastline
  • A cost-effective and convenient place to stay before a safari
  • Contains a handful of restaurants, shops and bars
  • Approximately 40 minutes from Dar es Salaam’s airport
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"An old classic and the most affordable, albeit simple, accommodation we use in Dar. Considering you can pay a fortune for average accommodation in Dar, I find you can't go wrong with the Slipway... especially due to its surrounding bars and restaurants."

OVERVIEW:

The hotel is located at The Slipway - Dar es Salaam’s premier shopping and leisure centre. The Slipway began life as a boatyard but has recently been developed into a complex with a number of shops and a range of dining experiences including Italian, seafood and sushi restaurants.

ACCESS & LOCATION: 

Located just 7km from Dar es Salaam city centre on the Msasani peninsula, overlooking the Indian Ocean, and approximately 40 minutes from Dar es Salaam’s airport.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES AT SLIPWAY DAR ES SALAAM:

At Hotel Slipway guests can take advantage of the simple but fully equipped guest rooms, which benefit from air conditioning, before starting their safari. A more comfortable option in Dar es Salaam is the Serena Hotel.

ACTIVITIES AT SLIPWAY DAR ES SALAAM: 

  • At the hotel, guests can go swimming, try out the facilities at the onsite gym or venture into the spa for a beauty treatment.
  • Beyond the hotel, there is scuba diving, boat trips to Bongoyo Island and city sighting on offer. 

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