Children of any age are welcome.
All rooms and suites have either twin or double beds with billowing mosquito nets, a dressing room, en-suite bathrooms, a verandah or balcony, air conditioning, large satellite TV, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer, electronic safe and a telephone.
Junior Suites and Sultan Suites both have a separate bathtub and walk-in shower.
A range of water sports and activities can be arranged at the Recreation and Water Sports Centre including wind-surfing, beach sports, tennis (courts are floodlit), and complimentary table tennis/pool table.
Activities that can also be arranged at an additional cost include big game fishing, boat trips, dhow cruises, scuba diving and snorkelling excursions.
Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa is home to the One Ocean Dive Centre, Zanzibar’s most respected 5-star PADI dive operator.
The resort has 2 boutiques, offering a wide range of East African crafts, books, postcards, souvenirs and gifts as well as clothing, jewellery and accessories, and general supplies such as sun cream and sunglasses.
The Spa is situated right on the beach, and offers an impressive range of treatments (additional cost).
The Makuti Restaurant enjoys magnificent views over the swimming pool to the ocean beyond and offers breakfast, lunch and themed evening meals with live entertainment, depending on the meal plan. If you prefer an exclusive dining experience, the beachfront Bahari Grill is famous on Zanzibar for its fresh seafood and Italian specialities - the perfect setting for a romantic meal. The Blue Marlin Restaurant offers beach barbecues and the Pool Bar boasts an enticing selection of wines and spirits.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort.
There is a fully equipped gymnasium.
Babysitting services are available (additional cost).
Tanzania has a large Muslim population on the island of Zanzibar. Modesty of dress is expected when outside the hotel's grounds. Trousers are entirely acceptable, but short skirts and bare arms should be avoided. Scarves must be worn over the head (and shoes removed) when entering a mosque.