• Zanzibar Amber Resort to change the face of East African tourism

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    Zanzibar is a cluster of tropical islands nestled in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Tanzania and has a diverse history that underwent Portuguese, Arabic and British control before its independence in 1963.

    Today Zanzibar stands to undergo a new transformation, one of both social upliftment together with a mega luxury development and global marketing campaign set to position it firmly on the map as a world leading tropical tourism destination.

    The development of Zanzibar Amber Resort, by Pennyroyal Gibraltar Limited will sustainably and economically transform Zanzibar and its community at large

    The development of Zanzibar Amber Resort, by Pennyroyal Gibraltar Limited will sustainably and economically transform Zanzibar and its community at large with maximum positive effects, whilst being culturally responsible, socially desirable, ecologically and environmentally friendly. Zanzibar Amber Resort is set to change the face of Tourism in East Africa. With the commissioning of this Luxury tropical resort by Pennyroyal Gibraltar Ltd. the premium hospitality offerings and world-class facilities will benchmark luxury in Africa.

    The development of Zanzibar Amber Resort, by Pennyroyal Gibraltar Limited will sustainably and economically transform Zanzibar and its community at large

    Appointed across 1520ha of prime Indian Ocean coastline the resort will encompass an unsurpassed variety of hospitality and leisure facilities including, but not limited to: Five world-leading international hotels including the Anantara, Signature Ernie Els Design Golf Course – the first in East Africa (18 hole), Deep water marina, Aqua park for the whole families’ enjoyment, Underwater restaurant, Glamorous Souk, Equestrian centre and International polo club and Super Yacht facility.

    The development of Zanzibar Amber Resort, by Pennyroyal Gibraltar Limited will sustainably and economically transform Zanzibar and its community at large

    These facilities include:
    o 1914 Luxury Villas of 3,4 & 5 bedrooms; 14 designs with swimming pools
    o 3440 Luxury & Penthouse Apartments of 1,2,3 & 4 bedrooms
    o Shopping mall & commercial retail outlets
    o Cafés
    o International School – affiliated to premier educational establishment
    o Sports centres: football, tennis, and horse riding
    o Faith centres for diverse religions, including Mosques and Churches
    o The first residential opportunity released to the market will be the luxury apartments, available for pre-sale in the second quarter of 2017.
    o Private airport and medical facilities to be built.

    As part of the Zanzibar Amber Resort, Pennyroyal Gibraltar has founded a CSR division, ‘Best of Zanzibar’, established for the social upliftment of the local communities. This community CSR initiative is geared towards continuously giving back to the locals of Zanzibar by tending to a variety of community needs such as education, nutrition, water sanitation and job creation. ‘Best of Zanzibar’ aims to assist in developing key skills of the locals for empowered and sustainable futures.

    www.zanzibaramberresort.com

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  • AUTHOR

    Daniel Fountain

    Editor, Hotel Designs

    All stories by: Daniel Fountain
    • Anne Chappel

      I am afraid that this Dubai-like development is TOTALLY inappropriate for Zanzibar. It is going to do a huge amount of environment damage to the delicate offshore reef – as a according to their designs they are going to dredge and create offshore islands in an area where the seas are very shallow. They will have to blast through the reef. Furthermore, the area is coral-stone and short of water. How can they create a golf course on a island that is desperately short of water and power. The scale of this development is wrong. Its designed for fly in fly out wealthy and will do little for the Zanzibaris. Do not be taken in by the pretty pictures. This is a disaster for Zanzibar. (PS. Amber will not release the EIS)

      • Inge Becker-Boost

        This is exactly what I am thinking! A disaster!