Welcome to Moshi Leopard Hotel, your Moshi “home away from home.” Moshi Leopard Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at Moshi Leopard Hotel provide air conditioning and a mosquito net, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Moshi Leopard Hotel guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and currency exchange. You can also enjoy free breakfast.
If you like Italian restaurants, Moshi Leopard Hotel is conveniently located near Indoitaliano, More Than A Drop Restaurant, and Halisi Juice Bar & Cafe.
During your visit, be sure to check out Nyange Adventures (0.5 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
Moshi Leopard Hotel puts the best of Moshi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
It was a nightmare Lose wires blocked drains dirty sheets avoid if you can breakfast was a poorling see the photos. it says more than words I can't think of anything nice to add it was overpriced Furniture was old dengy caredors
I recently stayed at the Leopard hotel for a week. Generally, my experience is positive. The majority of the staff are friendly and welcoming - especially the restaurant staff! The food is quite over priced for moshi - but it is good. My room was comfortable. Large bed, working TV and a basic bathroom with a hot shower. There is good WiFi which worked for the most part. My bill was $315. I withdrew $330 dollars from the bank and changed this to tz shillings. I was VERY shocked at the exchange rate the hotel use - they tried to charge me almost $40 extra due to the exchange rate that they use - it is MUCH higher than what banks use. I categorically refused to pay the extra - eventually it was agreed that I could use the exchange rate the bank use, however, they made it clear that this was not the norm. This was disappointing as otherwise I had a really enjoyable stay. Overall, I would stay again. …
My family and I stayed here 4 nights between Safari and climbing the big mountain. I personally was in 3 different rooms. The staff was welcoming and helpful but we had issues with hot water, having enough towels for the number of people in the room (2). Internet service was inconsistent or sometimes not available at all. Some of the rooms are noisier than others including the 0445 prayer from down the street. It was more comfortable than camping!
We stayed here before and after our Kilimanjaro adventure. The staff are great, very friendly and willing to do anything to assist. Sometimes accented English (both ours and theirs) was a little obstacle, but patience and kindness always won out. Rooms were good, very clean. Reviews from Matt L and vossellerfaerie were very accurate and reflected our experience. Our package included breakfast, which was always good. Lunch and dinner could be more of an adventure, but the French Fries were always a safe bet and very good.
For $50 it was a great starting and stopping point for my climb on Kilamanjaro. Staff was very friendly, but we struggled a little with accents. When my bus left very early the staff was willing to make breakfast for me before the restaurant opened - no extra charge. The community is very busy around the hotel if you decide to wander around. I felt safe, but definitely realized that anything I bought in town carried a "white man tax." Anyways, I will stay here again. The facility, staff, and restaurant we're a good value