Amans Paradise Annex House
Exellent Services Hotel and holiday home for short or long terms stay Fullboard at Mbezi Beach Area. Amans Paradise Annex House in Mbezi Beach, is 2 units house It can accommodate up to 20 persons sharing.It has a modern bathroom, TV room ,dinning room ,guest kitchen which is equipped with 1 gas cooker, 1 parafine cooker, microwave, toaster, fridge. The house is surrounded by nice garden, and a big outside dinning at the balcony, where you can sit and enjoy all your meals, with the sea breath from the Mbezi beach. We accommodate Tourist, Students, Volunteers, backpackers,small groups and family with children for short term stay, or long term stay .We have babysitters services, for family with small babies, laundry services, food cooking services, for those whom stay long term for cheap prices. A client is our Gold. We will treat you very well, and make your stay at our place very comfortable.We offer our long term stay guest cheap transfer from the House to town city ,or any day tour .Wecan arrange your Honeymoon holidays, wedding ceremonys, Day tour ,Beach tour ,safari tour ,Mt Kilimanjaro tour, Cultural tour and more for very cheap prices. Welcome to our lovely place!Amans Paradise Annex House
NameAmans Paradise Annex House
AddressMbezi Beach Dar Es Salaam, , Dar es Salaam Tanzania | 7.5 miles from city center | Show on map
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