Arusha Coffee Lodge:
Arusha Coffee Lodge is situated on the Burka Coffee estate, a working coffee plantation spanning some 2100 acres. The Lodge has 21 private chalets, each with en-suite facilities, including shower, bath, and separate toilets. The chalets are built on raised wooden platforms, and have log fireplaces, private lounges and large balconies overlooking Mount Meru, and the plantation. With coffee roasters, and a fermentation plant on the estate, guests have the opportunity to observe the roasting process, taste coffee blends, and purchase fresh roasted beans.
The chalets are equipped with a mini bar, mosquito net, overhead fan, and room service is available. The Lodge also has a swimming pool, and relaxation spa. Optional activities include plantation tours, horse riding, mountain biking, and nature walks on the estate. The Lodge is a mere 2km from Arusha airport, and is thus well placed for guests who need to catch early morning flights.
Dik Dik Restaurant Hotel:
The Dik Dik Restaurant Hotel is situated at the foot of Mount Meru, half way between Arusha and Kilimanjaro International Airport. It is an ideal starting point for visitors eager to explore the splendours of the Tanzanian landscape with its rich flora and fauna. The hotel takes its name from the smallest gazelle in Africa, which lives on the nearby mountain slopes. The 18 double suites, each with en-suite bathrooms are equipped with a mini bar, fireplace and personal veranda with hammock.
Dik Dik offer a small conference room with standard equipment including overhead projectors, seating up to approximately 25 guests. The restaurant overlooks the beautiful grounds where guests can relax around the swimming pool. For bird and butterfly enthusiasts there is a viewing deck overlooking a small lake. Dik Dik has its own power supply, satellite telephone, fax, e-mail and Internet facilities and a modern water treatment plant.