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Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 30 December 2011

Dik Dik is a great stopover point at the beginning or end of your trip as it is near Kilimanjaro Airport. We arrived very late on the KLM flight and the staff kept the dining room open for us and served us a lovely dinner. We booked a day trip to Arusha National Park through the lodge and we had...

1Thank Glen_Abby
Reviewed 23 December 2011

Nice hotel located on the way to Kilimanjaro and Safari tours. Hotel is full of greenery. Friendly staff

1Thank Carthagean
West Bloomfield, Michigan
Reviewed 20 August 2011

We arrived in the evening to the full staff at entrance to welcome us. They helped us to our rooms and then we had a late dinner that was very good. The pool is in a beautifully landscaped garden and very serene. Monkeys scampered above in the trees and on the roofs, but nights were very quiet and easy to...

1Thank 01froggy
Munich, Germany
Reviewed 1 January 2011

Stayed here after arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport before heading off for our safari. The hotel is located a bit off the road, not really close to anything else. We did not have any expectations on the hotel since it was just a stop inbetween but were positively surprised to find it clean and with generous bed. The decoration is a...

1Thank MissTravelbabe
Reviewed 14 November 2009

Like others we stopped just one night en route to safari in Tanzania. I can't fault the hotel on rooms or service. The grounds are very relaxing and varied with sunbeds, a pool and poolside service. We were kept amused by the antics of hornbilled birds and monkeys in the trees. Unknown to us the next four hotels we stayed...

Thank BTCardiff
Reviewed 8 April 2009

We stayed in the Dik Dik on our first night of our honeymoon in Tanzania, after an overnight flight from London. We arrived just before lunch and had a warm welcome, were given a cold tea, and shown to our room, whcih had a nive terrace and a hammock to rest in. The room wasa decent size, clean, with a...

2Thank Jayney79
Reviewed 30 October 2007

We stayed here as a family on our way to the parks in the north of Tanzania. The hotel is very convenently located between the international airport and Arusha, and is far enough off the road to be lovely and quiet. The rooms are large, clean and most importantly, everything works! (which is rarely true of hotels in TZ) ,...

3Thank AVWislon
Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 9 September 2007

A good place to stay and relax. Very good food, friendly and efficient staff, magnificent garden and great pool. Rooms are clean and functional but lack the safari style decoration that many places in the area have. No TV. Still recommended!

2Thank JH_AW_IH
St. Louis, MO
Reviewed 29 July 2007

This is a great place to relax after climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Quiet, hot showers, beautiful bungalow rooms, great food, excellent staff. It was included in our booking of a Kilimanjaro climb through a local outiftter and the quality of this place was a very pleasant surprise. No televisions in the rooms. Bring a book.

4Thank STLvagabond
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Reviewed 21 June 2006

"Magnificant" Hotel in the Middle of Quet Attmospher my friends and clients that come for me to do their Body Massage, really have always liked this place from time to time.... and that the reason why am writtitng this review. I have twice been there it a great place to be i would recommend it for all thanks. George

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Address: | near Mount Meru, Arusha, Tanzania
Region: Tanzania > Arusha Region > Arusha
Hotel Class:3 star — Dik Dik Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 18
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“Rooms closer to the restaurant/bar building will reach the free-wifi”
bandazagorath, 13 Jan 2015 | Read review
“The rooms are named after animals. We had the Lion room - good location & quiet”
psalber, 11 Jan 2013 | Read review
“Ideal place to sleep out if you are on safari or hiking and need to catch up on a good rest before a flight. It has a nice pool to unwind. I stayed for a night after a grueling hike up mount Kilimanjaro.”
audant, 9 Jul 2012 | Read review
“The rooms are all the same. I slept in two different rooms and I did not notice a difference.”
thenewstateman, 18 Jan 2012 | Read review
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