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At Dona Ana guests are treated with reverence, respect, and care in a royal way. Come and Stay with the plethora of facilities to get a unique experience.
Her windows look out onto the splendour of the Bazaruto Archipelago. In her day The Hotel Dona Ana played host to scores of local and international tourists. Sadly, for nearly 30 years Senhor Alves’s testament to his love lay empty and forgotten. Now new life has been breathed into the Hotel Dona Ana, energizing her with all the passion and mystery of her namesake.
The original Art Deco building has been intimately restored and updated. The design is a fusion of classic and contemporary, offering business travellers and tourists a differentiated accommodation experience where Portuguese and African tradition merge in unrivalled splendour. The Hotel Dona Ana is committed to offering the most gracious hospitality and accommodation to her guests and remaining true to her passion and love for life.
There are 22 rooms in the main hotel, including a Honeymoon suite and two Executive suites, while the beach wing boasts 28 classic sea view rooms as well as 1 Garden Suite with separate lounge and bedroom which all open directly onto the sparkling white beach. You can choose from separate or interleading rooms as fits your requirements. All offer unrivalled hospitality and comfort including air conditioning, mosquito screens, en-suite bathrooms, mini-bars, room service, 24-hour power, satellite TV, telephone access and data connection points.
The coastal town of Vilanculos offers visitors easy access to the unspoilt majesty of the Bazaruto Archipelago, a protected World Wildlife Trust marine reserve and cultural reserve. The Vilanculos International Airport has undergone a substantial upgrade and offers guests daily flights to a number of destinations including Johannesburg and Maputo. The airport has attracted local and international commercial airline services to this remarkable destination, providing further convenience to both business and leisure travellers.
Dhows carry passengers on leisurely commutes between the islands or, if time is limited, you can hop onboard one of a number of motor boats, scheduled or charter flights that service the Archipelago..