Built on 32 hectares of pristine land once occupied by the Shirazi Princes, the resort is a dream fit for a Sultan. The resort is tucked away amidst palm tree forests overlooking a mile-long white sand beach; its 66 villas distinguished by private pools, personal butlers and their sense of understated luxury. In order to explore the extensive gardens, bicycles or a buggy with driver are provided for the guests to roam the property.
Located on the South West coast of the island, just 55 minutes from the airport and the capital Stone Town, the resort lies on a mile-long powdery white sand beach, flanked by coconut palm trees and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The village of Kizimkazi, famous for its dolphin Safaris, is just 20 minutes away.