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Where To Stay In Dar es Salaam For $75/ See Africa Today

For less than $75, you can rest in a classy hotel in Dar es Salaam
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Life in Tanzania is full of bliss. It is the one place in the world where an aura of relaxation goes through your system in an instant. But do you want to know where to stay in Dar es Salaam for $75?

Never mind what could take you to Tanzania – a short vacay, business trip among other logical reasons.  There are plenty of cool places to lay your head for pocket-friendly prices in Mikocheni, a bubbly neighbourhood in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s capital.

Mikocheni has a variety of truly authentic Tanzanian guest houses with a traditional feel. Mikocheni is a budget-friendly town within Dar es Salaam and is known to satisfy the Tanzanian travel dream. In case you are planning on traveling to Tanzania on a shoestring budget, consider Mikocheni. There

are amazing places to stay in Dar es Salaam for $75.

We take you through some of the best to check out while in Dar es Salaam. And of course, they do a lot of justice to your pocket.

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1.Saadani Tourist Center $38

Saadani Tourist centre

Saadani Tourist Centre. [Photo by Saadani Tourist centre/IG]

This guest house features an outdoor pool, a restaurant, and cosy rooms each fitted with flatscreen TV and free, high-speed internet. The rooms which assume a hostel comes with an intercontinental breakfast, an air conditioner, and a desk. It is a home-away-from-home. Everything works perfectly as though you are in your own home.

2. Daisy Comfort Home $38Daisy Comfort Hotel

Daisy Comfort Hotel. [Photo by Booking.com]

Speak of sumptuous continental breakfast and you will be speaking of Daisy Comfort Home in Dar es Salaam. Here, food is addictive. itis authentically Tanzanian. Needless to say, Swahili food is a fantastic culinary journey.

Daisy Comfort Hotel features a restaurant, swimming pool a bar, and a shared lounge. Among the facilities at this property are room service and a business center, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen, and currency exchange for guests.

All rooms at the hotel are fitted with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hot tub. All guest rooms at Daisy Comfort Home have air conditioning and a desk.

It is 11km away from the popular Kariakoo Marker and Kivukoni Fish Market.

3.Cefa Hostel $50

Cefa hostel

Cefa Hostel. [Photo: Booking.com]

If you are the thirsty type, there is a bar in Cefa Hostel. Your favorite drink is readily available. Further, there is a restaurant for you to sample your favorite meal in this part of East Africa. Hospitality is something the hostel takes seriously and you will never get disappointed by the services offered.

Cefa Hostel also features a lounge, garden, and terrace. The rooms are air-conditioned with free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom. A multilingual staff makes it more friendly while the buffet breakfast will make your taste buds run wet every morning.Cefa Hostel is 11km away from Kariakoo Market while Kivukoni Fish Market is also 11 km away.

4. Mayfair Hotel $73

Mayfair Hotel Dar es Salaam

Mayfair Hotel Dar es Salaam. [Photo: Booking.com]

A class above the rest, Mayfair Hotel oozes modesty. It is in the heart of Dar es Salaam and has stunning views of this city that is Tanzania’s capital.

It has a fitness center with a sauna, a large swimming pool, and elegantly furnished rooms that come with a seating area, a kitchenette, stove, microwave, and a fridge. There are also safety deposit boxes and a luggage store within the hotel.

Mayfair Hotel is only 11km away from Julius Nyerere International Airport.

5. Best Point Hotel $25

Best Point Hotel Dar es Salaam

Best Point Hotel Dar es Salaam. [Photo: Trip.com]

While there are is a lot of glory about Mikocheni, it is not summed up until you visit Best Point Hotel.
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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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