There are four rooms in each white washed cluster with a red tiled roof. The rooms are dotted around the well-manicured gardens. The standard rooms have twin beds, air conditioning, ceiling fans, veranda and/or terrace. The deluxe and suite rooms have the same size bedroom, the suites are located on the upper floor with a balcony and the deluxe rooms are at garden level. The suite rooms also have a large dressing area with full-length mirror.
Most meals are taken in the Salama Restaurant; however for a special occasion it is possible to book the Sultans Table or very popular with honeymooners, the Tides Restaurant.
There is a very good professionally run PADI registered Dive Centre at Breezes, run by Paul and his team; they are good fun, well organised and safe. Rising Sun can also be used if you are a keen diver not staying at Breezes.
The Frangipani Spa is delightful – here you can enjoy a variety of treatments and therapies complimented by candlelight and Zanzibar spices.
As you would expect with a hotel of this size and standard, there is plenty of fun activities to take part in, including tennis courts, beach volleyball a great swimming pool and much more.
If you prefer a more exclusive stay but with access to the facilities Breezes has to offer – they also own The Palms next door as well as the recently opened Baraza.