Designed by renowned Austrian architect Rupert Weber, each villa is every bit as remarkable as its picturesque natural surroundings.
The two-story villas each showcase an exotic blend of Moorish and Maghrebi-Andalusian-style features, from stunning cusped arches, heavy-beamed high ceilings and spectacular skylights, married with finely-crafted and traditional Zanzibari wooden doors and windows.
The striking designs combine traditional North African architectural elements with luxurious Zanzibari flourishes.
Situated roughly 50-minutes by car from Stone Town, this palm-fringed shore’s low-tide was listed by CNN as among the top attractions Zanzibar has to offer.
A coral reef that hugs much of Zanzibar’s eastern coastline, lying roughly two kilometers from the beach, combined with Paje’s steady winds and calm and shallow waters make it an ideal place for kitesurfing and snorkeling.
Not only is each villa mere steps away from the soft white sands of Paje beach and warm inviting waters of the Indian Ocean, both include a private swimming pool.
Marbled terraces overlooking the ocean provide spectacular sunrise and sunset views and a breathtaking glimpse of the immense, star-studded night sky.
High ceilings, spacious interiors featuring furniture designed by local artisans and a bubbling marble fountain at the center of each villa, combine to create dramatic interiors.