WEIGHT: 65 kg
Services: Watersports (Giving), Disabled Clients, Dinner Dates, Deep throating, Watersports (Giving)
I stayed here for 3 nights in January The room was pleasant, but low wattage bulbs mean it is impossible to see your possessions after dark. There was no water pressure in the room, as a result the taps on the wash basin did not work, I asked about this and instead of an honest 'we have no water pressure' I was told it would be looked at - which it wasn't. If you want housekeeping you have to specifiy what you want ie 'I need you to make my bed, clean my bathroom and sweep the room' otherwise all you get is the mosquito nets re-arranged..
This was not what I wanted, and had not behaved in anyway to suggest that I might be looking for casual sex. I am sure if you are a couple or family staying here it is a different experience, or if you are looking for casual sex for me it left a bad feeling, this was re-enforced after I moved up the beach to Seles Bungalows where the experience was much better, and where I would recommend staying.
The management at this place is a joke. After having booked two rooms from the UK and spoken to the owner several times on the phone, we arrived after a very long and tiring journey only to be told that they had double booked!!! No apologies, no help to find somewhere else We had a horrible start to our holiday ringing round every hotel on the island trying to find somewhere to stay, which 3 days before New Year was no easy feat.
Karma prevailed and we ended up in an awesome location on Kendwa Beach. I ended a six week stay in Tanzania with a few nights at Nyota. The location is secluded and quiet and affords one a chance to be truly away from typical tourist hustle and bustle. I absolutely adored the small, rustic quality of the place and spend my time watching locals harvest seaweed in the shallows.
If you're looking for lots of activities, this isn't the spot for you. The staff was always friendly and welcoming and the rooms quite adequate, if not luxurious. The dining situation is a bit odd: Simply ordering a snack or a meal from a menu isn't possible. The staff comes around twice per day to take your order for lunch or for dinner breakfast is your basic TZ fare and doesn't run this way. And, while the meals were good I got similar meals for half the price in Stone Town restaurants and in much more expensive hotels in Arusha, Dar es Salaam, and on safari.