If you’re looking for a budget friendly small hotel in Moshi, look no further than Kindoroko Hotel.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Kindoroko Hotel, including 24 hour front desk and a rooftop terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some burritos can head to Kilimanjaro Coffee Lounge or La Fuente Gardens. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Chinese restaurant such as Deli Chez or Mr Feng Chinese Restaurant.
Should time allow, Nyange Adventures is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
The staff at Kindoroko Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The rooms are in need of an upgrade, from the original pictures. However it is very good value for money. It has its own bar, friendly & helpful staff. If your out and about most of the time, this is a good location for restaurants / trips etc.
This place is far from perfect, but given the price this is quite reasonable. Small but ok rooms. Staff was friendly and very helpful, at first we received a room which was different from what we had booked and payed for, this was quickly changed. They also changed sheets when we complained about them.being a bit dirty. Nice view from rooftop bar. Not a luxury hotel, but decent budget option.
After staying there several times, it is a nice hotel to stay. The location is perfect, right at the city center. The room is good for what you expect, double room has hot water, a single room doesn’t. Breakfast was nice, really great rooftop terrace with a view on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Very fine and friendly service. However, the rooms were unbearably hot despite nicely cool temperatures outside. Mosquito nets were poorly designed/chosen with smooth (rather than netted) fabric on the top that prevented the ceiling fan from providing any benefit. No standing rotating fans available. So you had to either forsake the mosquito net or sweat in bed. I tried two rooms on two different nights, same problem.Ground floor lounge area was poorly lit, and even here close to internet router had weak signal. It didn't bother me, but the location is also fairly loud early in the morning as it's along a main road.
This was my dad's second time staying here for a Kilimanjaro hike. The reception person was very welcoming. We stayed in a VERY spacious 3 person room with plenty of room for our gear and bags. They stored our bags while we hiked and had a safe for our passports and money. The wifi only works in the lobby- but it is all that you need. There is no longer a restaurant with food at the bottom but has the cheapest bottled water/ nice bar with drink that we could find. We brought pizza back and had dinner at the hotel. Towels and bar soap are provided. So bring shampoo/ conditioner if you need that. The staff is very accommodating and will help you carry anything you need up and down the stairs. Very clean and very fun. You feel like you are really in Africa- but a very affordable place for my family. Within walking distance of a gear rental shop and Indoitalian- the best restaurant in Moshi! Would recommend!…