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Romantic Honeymoon in Zanzibar

A table with six chairs are placed on the white beach next to the sea, many candles shine on the rock
Dinner for two on a candlelit beach

Exoticism & Romance for Two

Zanzibar - the name itself exudes exoticism and romance. The spacious and private bungalows with their lounge area, but especially the large terrace with hammock and private pool offer memories and dreamy hours for two. Hours that will be remembered forever.

Where Princess Salme once fell in love with her German merchant is a wonderful place to spend a honeymoon in the tradition of the Sultans of Oman.

Honeymoon in Zanzibar

A couple have a romantic dinner at SeVi hotel Sansibar next to the pool. They are surrounded by glowing candles and flowers
Romantic honeymoon by candlelight

There are few places as perfect for a dream honeymoon as the exotic island of Zanzibar, from its gorgeous beaches to the unique culture and history of its inhabitants.

Just imagine, how about spending your honeymoon in Zanzibar and going exploring together to discover the island? Or take a romantic boat trip for two, accompanied by a bottle of champagne and our chef's wonderful sushi creations in the sea-view restaurant. You might also want to indulge in a partner massage or experience a candlelight dinner prepared just for you on the beach. Or simply enjoy togetherness in the seclusion of your bungalow - the team at SeVi Boutique Hotel Zanzibar will make your honeymoon an unforgettable experience.

Let us put together a package according to your wishes and experience the exoticism and romance of Zanzibar on your honeymoon at the Sevi Zanzibar Boutique Hotel.

The romantic story of Princess Salme

Princess Salme, born in 1844 as Salama bint Said Princess of Oman and Zanzibar and died as Emily Ruete, was the daughter of Sayyid Said, the then ruling Sultan of Oman and Zanzibar. In 1866 she met the German merchant Rudolph Heinrich Ruete from Hamburg. However, the relationship was a thorn in the side of the Sultan's family, and a wedding was unthinkable for religious reasons. To avoid being stoned to death in Zanzibar, Princess Salme, who was four months pregnant, fled on board a warship from Zanzibar to Yemen in 1866, where she married Rudolph Heinrich Ruete before they went to Germany in 1867.

You want to spend your honeymoon in Zanzibar? You want only the best for your honeymoon? Then the Boutiquehiotel Sevi Zanzibar is the right place for you. Feel free to contact us via the non-binding enquiry or use the convenient online booking. We look forward to contributing to your unforgettable honeymoon.