Four Points by Sheraton opens new hotel in Tanzania

The Arusha Hotel has 5,500sqft of indoor meeting space and gardens, and can host events for up to 600 delegates.

Mount Kilimanjaro image@istockphoto.com
Mount Kilimanjaro image@istockphoto.com

The Arusha Hotel has opened in Tanzania; the latest Four Points by Sheraton property. 

The 106 room hotel features all-day dining, a coffee shop and houses the famed Hatari Bar, named after John Wayne’s safari epic. Today, guests can experience the brand’s signature Best Brews programme featuring an array of local beers and watch their favourite sports matches while unwinding with colleagues.

Other facilities include an outdoor pool and fitness center. It will also soon add a poolside bar.

Nestled within three acres of tropical gardens, it sits in the central business district of the city, beside Mount Meru forming the perfect gateway to the popular Serengeti Northern Safari Circuit and to Mount Kilimanjaro.

Located near the famous Clock Tower, known to mark the center point from Cairo to Cape Town, it is easily accessible from both Arusha as well as the Kilimanjaro International Airport.

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