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I tried to stay here overnight to pickup a business associate on an early morning flight. I wanted to make sure he was greeted appropriately as we would be driving straight to Morogoro from the airport. I had prepaid my stay and when I arrived...More
The hotel is very close to the airport which is great for an overnight stay. The room was very clean but the bathroom was smelly and didn't function properly. You definitely want to wear flip flops in the bathroom. There was air con which was...More
The Transit Motel Airport in Dar Es Salaam was very neat and clean except for the bathroom which is in a horrible condition. We stayed in room 6 and the handle to the washing-bin was broken and could in fact give you a terrible cut...More
This is a very small, clean motel to rest while you are in transit, or layover. A great plus is the air conditioning. They have a shutte to pick us up for airport and take us back with sufficient time for our next flight.
OK, for one night after flight from Europe and before flying to Arusha I choosed that motel because of small distance to airport. The transport jams in Dar is so significant. It was really funny expierence... Anyway – room and bathroom were very clean, and...More
US$41 - US$59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes to both. The hotel is on an intersection with shops along the road to the airport and you can usually pick up prepaid vouchers in one of the stores. Sometimes, there are street hawkers around also selling phone cards... More
Yes to both. The hotel is on an intersection with shops along the road to the airport and you can usually pick up prepaid vouchers in one of the stores. Sometimes, there are street hawkers around also selling phone cards. Finally, depending on when you arrive, the airport shops if open may also have them (although I've never bought them there).