New Safari Hotel (1967) Ltd, Formerly known as Safari Hotel, was built in 1935 for Gladys and Margot Rydon, two English sister owning coffee estates in Tanganyika. After the unification of Tanganyika and Zanzibar into modern – day Tanzania in 1964 and Arusha Declaration in 1967, the safari hotel was nationalised, as were many banks and large industries at that time, and handed to the national Housing Corporation. The Hotel was subsequently sold to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, who added the new to the name and set up the new safari Hotel (1967) Ltd which acquired its ownership in 2002.
New Safari Hotel (1967) ltd was reborn on may 2004 it was refurbished extensively leaving no feeling of but brought in an independent present. Another noted landmark addition to Arusha in the late 1930’s was the “Safari House” “Newer and fancier than the other Hotels in Arusha, lovely grounds and the managed by an Englishman, ben Benbow, who was on a first name basis with every white hunter as well as masterful
All the conference halls are located on the first floor and are named Flamingo, Tanzanite, Gombe and Twiga which have capacities ranging from 10 to 300 with all necessary equipments. we have both the facilities and the professional experience in staging meetings and banquets to ensure that whatever your needs, they will be met in full. That means you will be free to ensure your meeting works at maximum productivity, that your conference delegates are relaxed and happy, that your presentation is at its most effective, or that your party is a joyful and memorable one.
Three (3) elegantly appointed, fully air conditioned rooms are available to host events for up to 100 people, creating endless possibilities for successful meetings, seminars, exhibitions, cocktails and banquets. The conference rooms offer a variety of sizes and configurations tailored to meet your needs. All rooms have abundant natural light and have fixed installations of State-of-the-Art Audio Visual Equipment and high speed internet connection.