ABOUT THE HOTEL
There are 21 spacious rooms nested in a tropical garden that is famous for its botanical specimens. Small Dikdik Antelopes and Guinea fowls are usually seen roaming freely between the chalets and can be watched at close range. All rooms are tastefully decorated and permanently kept in mint condition. Terrace with Safari Chairs and table Walk in shower and double wash basin .Mosquito net and Turn-down service .One complementary bottle of drinking water per day. WiFi in room (5 US$ per day).Fan and Hairdryer on request 6 new Junior-Suites are the latest upgrade on Arumeru River Lodge. All have luxurious Terrazzo floors & bathrooms and create a light-flooded atmosphere. On top of all the amenities the Chalets, offer: Meru Cottage is another comfortable option. A spacious Family Cottage with two en-suit bedrooms and a big living room with open chimney. Extra Living Room with Guest WC; Modern Kitchenette; WiFi free of charge; Air condition in studio bedroom and Hairdryer.
The rooms are clean, functional, comfortable and spacious, with sprung-mattress beds shrouded by mosquito nets. Rooms at the far end of the property are less disturbed by late arriving/early departing guests, and all of the rooms enjoy the sounds of the nearby rainforest. The bathrooms are heated by solar panels topped up by electricity if the cloud cover is high. There are showers throughout, and the family suites also have corner bathtubs and overhead showers. Toiletries, towels and shaver points are provided.The silver service restaurant with open fire serves dinner until twelve, or later by arrangement. Room service stops one hour after the last guest has retired, and they offer a good buffet breakfast with omelettes. The restaurant is supplied by Arumerus home-grown fruit and vegetables, and their well-stocked bar has views of Kilimanjaro at sunrise and sunset.
The botanical gardens have numerous Box trees that are natural mosquito repellants, the fish ponds attract a variety of birdlife, including cranes and kingfishers; a birdwatchers paradise. The al fresco dining with Dik-diks and rare vulturine guinea-fowls with a view of Kilimanjaro is a unique experience. The property is very wheelchair-friendly with well-lit stone paths. Wi-Fi and computer access is charged at a flat rate of 5USD per stay. They have a small gift shop, and high security fences give peace of mind. They organize walking tours of the rainforest, Duluti Coffee Plantation and the nearby villages.
Rainforest Walk Village Walk Organic Coffee Walk Lake Duluti Walk Arusha City Safari Mulala Hike Safaris to the Parks of the Northern Circuit