In / Near Moshi Town:

These hotels make it easy to walk around town, but they can be noisy with Mosques, churches, and traffic.

Star Rating Value Price per room
Bristol Cottages 3 5 $80
Parkview Hotel 3 4 $100
Jacaranda B&B 2 4 $60
Kindoroko Hotel 2 3 $40
Leopard Hotel 2 2 $80
Shanty Town:

These hotels are quieter (but maybe with dogs, roosters, and the occasional large truck), but it will be $5 for a taxi to town one-way.

Star Rating Value Price
Sal Salinero Hotel 4 5 $130
Ameg Lodge 4 4 $110
Kitolie Home 2 2 $50
Impala Hotel Kilimanjaro 2 2 $110
Outside of Town:

These hotels are very nice but more expensive, a bit farther from town, and quiet.

Star Rating Value Price
Aishi Machame Hotel 4 3 $160
Weru Weru River Lodge 4 3 $170

NOTES:

  • Prices are per standard double room B&B (subject to change)
  • All hotels have en suite bathrooms with hot water and Breakfast included. Except where noted, they also have TV’s in the room, some have mini-fridges, Free WiFi, Dinner served but not included. There are no elevators.
Bristol Cottages (In town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 17 (3 are suites)
  • Swimming Pool: N
  • A/C: Some have A/C, all have ceiling fans
  • Garden/Grounds: Very nice like an oasis in the middle of town
  • Notes: This is our favorite mid-range hotel in Moshi. It is right in town and has nice rooms and lots of foliage.
  • Pros: In town, really nice for the price
  • Cons: Some Mosque and traffic noise, no pool
Bristol Cottages: Nice foliage gives an oasis feeling
Nice foliage gives an oasis feeling
Bristol Cottages: Lounge area
Lounge area
Bristol Cottages: Two twin beds separate or together
Two twin beds separate or together
Bristol Cottages: Larger bathroom
Larger bathroom
Parkview Hotel (In town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 44 (Large rooms with queen, twin, and king beds available, suites are extra large with Kili view)
  • Swimming Pool: Medium
  • A/C: A/C in all rooms
  • Garden/Grounds: A lot of cement, but nice foliage also
  • Notes: This is a nice mid-range hotel and has a swimming pool.
  • Pros: In town, fairly new and clean
  • Cons: Sterile-looking (no character)
  • Website: http://www.pvim.com/
Parkview Hotel: Front entrance and reception
Front entrance and reception
Parkview Hotel: Swimming pool
Swimming pool
Jacaranda B&B (In town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 5 (All rooms have queen beds (no twins or triples), mosquito netting)
  • Swimming Pool: N
  • A/C: A/C in all rooms
  • Garden/Grounds: Nice green area for sitting, can see Kilimanjaro
  • Notes: Very small, but intimate with nice owner. It is just on the edge of town.
  • Pros: Cute and intimate, cheap, espresso, good for couples and singles
  • Cons: A bit out of town, no twin beds
  • Website:
Jacaranda B&B: Spacious rooms with queen bed
Sitting area in garden out front
Jacaranda B&B: Dining area with espresso maker
Dining area with espresso maker
Kindoroko Hotel (In town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 20 (A bit dark but spacious)
  • Swimming Pool: N
  • A/C: Fans
  • Garden/Grounds: In town, so no garden area
  • Notes: Right in town near the outdoor market and many coffee shops.
  • Pros: In town, cheap
  • Cons: Common areas a little dark and dingy
  • Website: http://www.kindorokohotels.com/
Kindoroko Hotel: Balcony outside rooms
Balcony outside rooms
Kindoroko Hotel: Double room with two twin beds
Double room with two twin beds
Leopard Hotel (In town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 47 (16 rooms have a balcony, 4 rooms are suites)
  • Swimming Pool: N
  • A/C: A/C in all rooms
  • Garden/Grounds: A lot of cement, but nice outdoor dining in front
  • Notes: This is a budget hotel in the middle of town near the outdoor market and many coffee shops. The reception area is not so pretty but rooms are nice.
  • Pros: Downtown, cheap
  • Cons: Can be noisy, common areas a little dark and dingy
  • Website: http://www.leopardhotel.com/
Leopard Hotel: Leopard Hotel is in both buildings
Leopard Hotel is in both buildings
Leopard Hotel: Outside dining area next to reception
Outside dining area next to reception
Leopard Hotel: Double room with queen bed
Double room with queen bed
Leopard Hotel: Indoor dining area
Indoor dining area
Sal Salinero Hotel (Shanty Town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 27 (4 are suites with 2 rooms and 2 queens)
  • Swimming Pool: Large
  • A/C: A/C in all rooms
  • Garden/Grounds: Very, very nice
  • Notes: By far the best hotel in Moshi.
  • Pros: Very nice rooms, nice pool, nice grounds
  • Cons: Service is inconsistent
  • Website: http://www.salsalinerohotel.com/
Sal Salinero Hotel: Nicely manicured grounds outside the rooms
Nicely manicured grounds outside the rooms
Sal Salinero Hotel: Large rooms with 2 twin bed together or separate.
Large pool with lounge chairs
Ameg Lodge (Shanty Town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 20 (10 standard, 5 deluxe, 5 suites, 1 building has 4 rooms)
  • Swimming Pool: Small
  • A/C: Fans
  • Garden/Grounds: Large grassy area good for running around
  • Notes: The second nicest hotel in Moshi.
  • Pros: Spacious grounds, fitness center, good for kids who want to run around or people who want to workout
  • Cons: Sometimes bad service, no trees so can be hot
  • Website: http://www.ameglodge.com/
Ameg Lodge: Each building has 4 rooms
Each building has 4 rooms
Ameg Lodge: Small swimming pool next to fitness center
Small swimming pool next to fitness center
Ameg Lodge: Deluxe room with 2 queen beds
Deluxe room with 2 queen beds
Ameg Lodge: Lounge area next to bar and dining room
Lounge area next to bar and dining room
Kitolie Home (Shanty Town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 17 (Single, double, triple)
  • Swimming Pool: N
  • A/C: Fans
  • Garden/Grounds: Large grassy area
  • Notes: A budget hostel.
  • Pros:
  • Cons:
  • Website: http://kitoliehome.com/
Kitolie Home: Dining area outside
Dining area outside
Kitolie Home: Triple room
Triple room
Impala Hotel Kilimanjaro (Shanty Town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 15 (1 is a suite)
  • Swimming Pool: Medium
  • A/C: Fans
  • Garden/Grounds: Patchy
  • Notes: A mid-range hotel with swimming pool.
  • Pros: Swimming pool
  • Cons: Rooms are rundown, pool can be busy with locals
  • Website: http://www.kilimanjaro.impalahotel.com/
Impala Hotel Kilimanjaro: Dining area open to the outside
Dining area open to the outside
Impala Hotel Kilimanjaro: Nice swimming pool with lounge chairs
Nice swimming pool with lounge chairs
Aishi Machame Hotel (Outside of town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 30 (Modern, well-appointed rooms, coffee in rooms)
  • Swimming Pool: Y
  • A/C: None (cooler in this area anyway)
  • Garden/Grounds: Very beautiful with nice water features
  • Notes: Very quiet hotel near the Machame Gate.
  • Pros: Close to Machame Gate
  • Cons: Far from town, expensive
  • Website: http://www.proteahotels.com/protea-hotel-aishi-machame.html
Aishi Machame Hotel: Front entrance and reception
Front entrance and reception
Aishi Machame Hotel: Indoor dining area
Indoor dining area
Aishi Machame Hotel: Double room with 1 queen or 2 twin beds
Double room with 1 queen or 2 twin beds
Aishi Machame Hotel: Bathroom
Bathroom
Weru Weru River Lodge (Outside of town)

Amenities:

  • Rooms: 32 (All rooms have Kili view)
  • Swimming Pool: Medium
  • A/C: A/C in all rooms
  • Garden/Grounds: Large grassy area
  • Notes: A nice new (built in 2011) hotel just a bit out of town.
  • Pros: Quiet, new, nicely decorated
  • Cons: Out of town, A/C units face the pool, expensive
  • Website: http://weruweruriverlodge.com/
Weru Weru River Lodge: Front entrance and reception
Front entrance and reception
Weru Weru River Lodge: Swimming pool made with natural stone
Swimming pool made with natural stone
Weru Weru River Lodge: Double room with 1 king or 2 twin beds
Double room with 1 king or 2 twin beds
Weru Weru River Lodge: Lovely bar open to the outside
Lovely bar open to the outside