Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar
Elewana Collection

Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar

Hotel
Luxury

Highlights

Intimate luxury pavilion suites
Private plunge pools and open nature showers
Exquisite ocean and garden views

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About the Property

Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar is a luxury boutique hotel set among 50 acres of lush tropical gardens on the pristine beaches of Zanzibar. Originally designed for a member of the pop group ABBA, Kilindi combines Scandinavian minimalism with Middle Eastern architecture to create an open, back-to-nature ambiance. With only 15 white-domed Pavilion guest rooms, each offering spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and featuring private plunge pools and 'rainfall' shower rooms, Kilindi offers an intimate, tranquil, and private getaway perfect for nature lovers, honeymooners, and those seeking a unique retreat.

Amenities

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Food & Drink

Dining at Kilindi Zanzibar emphasizes an open-air experience, offering guests the choice to enjoy their meals on the alfresco terrace, by the infinity pool, or along the beach. The cuisine blends international gourmet with local flavors, served in a setting that takes full advantage of the stunning ocean views and the natural beauty of the gardens. The Main Pavilion hosts the 'waterfall' bar, and room service from dedicated butlers allows for private dining in the comfort of your Pavilion.

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Rooms

The Pavilion Suites at Kilindi are epitomes of luxury and privacy, featuring expansive rooms with white wooden-slatted shutters, private plunge pools, and a separate rainfall shower room offering views of the ocean and a sense of oneness with nature. The décor is a fusion of Scandinavian and Middle Eastern influences, creating a stylish and serene space that opens up to the beauty of the surroundings.

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