Area Attractions

UNESCO Heritage site, Stone Town, lies at the cultural core of the idyllic island of Zanzibar. Little has changed in Stone Town over the last 200 years, the town’s unique blend of Arabic and African cultural influences originate from the 19th century,.

Park Hyatt Zanzibar is located on the beachfront in the heart of Stone Town. Housed in Mambo Msiige, a magnificent building of great historical and cultural significance, steeped in history, grace and mystique, guests can truly immerse themselves in Stone Town life of days gone by, experience a typical Zanzibari mansion and revel in one of the island’s true architectural gems.

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Park Hyatt Zanzibar

P.O. Box 4255
Stone Town, Tanzania (United Republic of),

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Hotel Activities on Land

Photographic Journey of Stone Town at Dawn

Discover Zanzibar Craftsmanship

Culinary Discovery of Spice Island

Wild Exploration


Historic Sites

Forodhani Garden

Forodhani Gardens, also known as Jubille Gardens, are situated along the main sea walk of Stone Town. They become truly alive at sunset when a nightly food market attracts locals and tourists alike to indulge in Zanzibari and Swahili delicacies. The atmosphere is vibrant and gives a fascinating insight into Zanzibari life.

Old Dispensary

The Old Dispensary, as its name would imply, served as an old dispensary in the first half of the 20th century. It is one of Stone Town's most finely decorated buildings, a symbol of the multicultural architecture and heritage of the town. There's also a small museum capturing the colorful history of Zanzibar.

The Palace Museum

No visit to Stone Town is complete without a visit to the Palace Museum, or Beit al-Sahel. Located on the seafront, the palace was built in the late 19th century to serve as a residence for the Sultan’s family. In 1994, it became a museum dedicated to showcasing the history and lives of the Zanzibari royal family.

The Old Fort

The Old Fort, also known as the Arab Fort, is the oldest building in Stone Town and a much-loved visitor attraction. It was built by the Omanis in the late 17th century to defend the island from the Portuguese. Within the fort is an inner courtyard that now serves as a cultural center with curio shops and local merchandise for sale.

Hotel Activities on the ocean

Dhow Sunset Cruise

Bespoke Safari Blue

This excursion includes dolphin watching, a sandbank picnic, lunch, and snorkeling.

Kite Surfing

Explore the Wonders of the Indian Ocean

This excursion focuses on scuba diving.