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Dar-Es-Salaam-night life | Night Clubs

Dar-Es-Salaam-night life | Night Clubs

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Dar-es-salaam night Life

Dar es Salaam’s nightlife scene isn’t huge, but it has a friendly, raw energy that makes it well worth exploring. The scene is more down-to-earth than sophisticated with big screen sports common even in upscale bars. Men should be warned that the attention they receive from single women might not be entirely un-mercenary. Still, Dar by night can be a lot of fun, particularly if you head to the one of the venues playing Taarab, a fast-paced Swahili music style that blends Tanzania’s tribal music with Arab influences. While crime isn’t particularly high in the city, it’s best to travel by taxi at night.

Bars in Dar es Salaam:

Garden Bistro

As the name suggests, Garden Bistro is also a restaurant, which comes in handy as the drinks tend to flow until late. But it is a nightclub too, with drinkers kept going by the odd skewer of mishkaki or slabs of barbecued meat. Although door policy means men must be wearing more than shorts to enter, the bistro is an otherwise unstuffy and pleasant place to lose an evening, down the far end of the Msasani Peninsula.

Address: , Haile Selasie, Dar es Salaam.

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On the eighth floor of the Hyatt Regency Kilimanjaro Hotel, this roof terrace bar is arguably Dar es Salaam’s most elegant. With excellent views across central Dar and the harbour, Level 8 also has live music on most nights. An eclectic crowd of well-heeled locals and expats from all over the world gather here, drinking seabreezes and cold beer as the sun goes down.

Address: , Kivukoni Street, Dar es Salaam, 
Telephone: (0764) 701 234.

The Slipway:

The Slipway is perhaps the best place in Dar to watch the sun go down. Its location on Msasani’s western coast means it’s one of the few places where the sun sets over the water. A small shopping complex on the quayside by day, it has an attractive cluster of bars and restaurants that make it equally popular in the evening. The Waterfront is also a popular spot for dusk drinks, as is the Slipway Pub nearby. Altogether, the area is one of the calmer, easier places to spend the sundown in the city.

Address: Msasani Peninsula, Yacht Club Road, Dar es Salaam, 
Telephone: (022) 260 0893.

Other features Hotels in Dar Es Salaam:

Tiffany Diamond Hotel & Spa:

This clean and airy hotel in the centre of the city has much going for it. Spacious air-conditioned rooms come with complementary Wi-Fi satellite TV and great showers while suites have more room and large Jacuzzi baths. The Shaba Lounge on the 10th floor has views of the harbour and a small but fully-equipped gym sauna and spa are good for unwinding.

Hyatt Regency Dar Es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro:

Providing a slice of serenity in this busy and bustling city, the 5-star oasis of The Kilimanjaro offer views over the open Indian Ocean as well as an affable, rooftop infinity pool if the beach seems a little too far away. The 180 large rooms mix African and European features and come with refreshing rain showers, king-size beds, satellite TVs and high speed internet. There are also two excellent restaurants on-site that dish up international fare and local specialties, as well as a lively lounge with an outdoor terrace. Its luxury wellness centre offers spa treatments, saunas, steam rooms and a gym.

DoubleTree by Hilton:

In the chic Slipway section of the city, the DoubleTree by Hilton is a wonderful waterfront stay that overlooks Oyster Bay. Its spacious, regal-looking rooms are styled with African art and aristocratic furnishings, and all come with complementary internet, LCD TVs, refined bathrooms and the finest Egyptian cotton sheets. With a swimming pool and three restaurants on-site, the whim of every guest should be catered for.

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