Zanzibar White Sand Luxury Villas & Spa are delighted to announce that after undertaking a rigorous selection process, they have been selected to become a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux organization. They are one of only 21 properties accepted across Africa & the Indian Ocean and the first one to be accepted in Tanzania.
Natalia Niznik, Co-owner & Head of Sales & Marketing at ZWS, commented “We are thrilled to be affiliated to the Relais & Châteaux brand that, like ZWS, stands for intimate and experiential stays. We always thought ZWS to be in this segment and are proud to have been accepted given the rigorous standards of services requested across R&C members.”
Established in 1954, Relais & Châteaux is an association of 549 landmark hotels and restaurants across 61 countries, operated by independent innkeepers, chefs, and owners who share a passion for their businesses and a desire for authenticity in their relationships with their clientele. It is not a chain but a unique benchmark of excellence in the field of hospitality and fine dining. Every property focuses on unique and individual guest experiences through the core values carried by Relais & Châteaux. “We are committed to offering hospitality in unique places. We aim, along with men and women skilled in the subtle art of refined hospitality, to place our guests center stage.”
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Zanzibar White Sand has set its anchor down along the eastern coast of the archipelago of Zanzibar. In the heart of a luxurious yet fragile ecosystem, the establishment has had the finesse to integrate itself in complete discretion. Several villas are nestled in the tropical vegetation, refreshed by the Indian Ocean. The restaurant serves local fish and produce from the orchard-vegetable garden, which are subtly enhanced by the famous spices of Zanzibar that may also be found as the foundations for the spa's original treatments. Whether diving or kitesurfing, the warm turquoise waters of the beach are the ideal playground after a safari on continental Africa. The key word of your stay? Hakuna matata, which means "no problem" in Swahili.