Pemba Beach Hotel offers the convenience of an international hotel whilst guests still get the authenticity of an African experience. The attractive building with lush gardens and infinity pool overlooks the mouth of Pemba Bay, one of the largest natural deep water bays in the world, with Wimbe Beach in the distance.
The style of the hotel evokes Mozambique's history of trade with the Arab world, and the traditional dhows still sail by the hotel. You may be able to spot migrating humpback whales in season and Pemba's resident dolphins from the garden in front of the hotel. A short walk along the water's edge and you will find yourself on Wimbe Beach - a long white stretch of sand where you can sample some of the freshly caught seafood in one of the local restaurants.
Spoil yourself and spend a day at the tranquil Sanctuary Spa overlooking the Indian Ocean. It has a steam chamber, an outside treatment area and a seaside hydro pool. The Spa offers a variety of massages and body treatments.
The Quirimbas Restaurant with an air-conditioned interior and alfresco terrace offers an à la carte menu as well as buffets specializing in fresh seafood. The Niassa Bar and Clube Naval serve lighter meals.
Pemba Beach Hotel & Spa is ideal for business travellers and as a stopover for those on their way to the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Court Yard Rooms:
Rates are applicable all year round and include breakfast and non-motorised activities. Airport transfers charged extra $15 per person each way.
- Scuba Diving & Snorkelling
- Sunset cruises
- Whale watching (seasonal)
- Game fishing
- Hobby Cat
- Beach Volley Ball
Pemba Beach Hotel is situated 10 minutes from Pemba International Airport and also a ten minute drive into the centre of Pemba town.
Airport transfers charged extra $15 per person each way.
Our office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays 08h00 - 15h00
Saturdays 09h00 - 12h00
Sundays - Closed
Mobile: +258 823096990
(Between 08h00 - 16h00, local time)
Pemba Beach Hotel
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Pemba, gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago.
Capital of Cabo Delgado province, the northernmost province of Mozambique, Pemba is set on a peninsula overlooking a massive deep water bay.