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- Reviews: 124
Springlands Hotel, Moshi: Great place to bunk in before/after the kili trek.
Excellent hotel to serve as a base in Moshi for your Kili or Meru trek.
Rooms are standard size with clean large bathrooms.
Garden bar is open late. Beer, soda and tomato/cheese sandwiches are served until midnight.
Food is ala-carte for lunch and buffet style every night. Breakfast is again buffet style, with the choice of eggs made to order (try the spanish omelete, it's great!).
If you need anything, Layla at the reception wil take care of you! She's a whiz!
This hotel is situated in a secure compound about 15 minutes walk (3 kms) outside Moshi town. The hotel will arrange for a taxi into town and also local rainforest walks to look for Colobus monkeys if you so desire.
Cheap internet access available after 7pm or so until 10pm.
Hotel only accepts cash or TCs. No plastic.
Gift store is very pricey - dont get anything here. You will get much better deals either at the kili park gate or while on your safari.
Although we did buy "Kili - Just done it" T-shirts after our trek! Couldnt resist...
Well manicured gardens with an excellent view of the twin Kili peaks of Kibo and Mawenzi.
Nice big swimming pool with a garden bar that is open late.
Hotel will arrange Kili treks for you if needed.
- Reviews: 948
Royal Crown Hotel: A good place to stay in Moshi
Many trekkers stay in Moshi, arranging and/or preparing the hike up Kili.
This hotel offers a quiet location just out of town, excellent food and very decent s/c rooms. The service is not amazingly friendly however but still OK.
From the frontyard there are good views on Kilimanjaro.
Cheap dala dala (minibuses) bring you to the centre of town.
I paid for a double room tsh 7000 ($7), single occupancy, including continental bf., dinners are about $3.
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