Contrary to popular belief, the original spice island was Zanzibar. A paradise, in Tanzania, where the trade in pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon was a major source of income and has left a unique cultural imprint on its people.
At thesame time, the turquoise sea and the best sunsets complete one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world .
The new RIU Jambo (4 stars) is located in this natural paradise. Specifically, in the north of the island, on Nungwi beach, famous for the turquoise colours of its waters. Both in the rooms and in the common areas, Comersan has played an important role in the design and execution of this great new hotel.
Brown, beige and toasted tones to bring the colours of Africa to every room. Being aware of the importance of rest and disconnection in a hotel like this, the curtains have been used in neutral tones, combined with sheers and decorative curtains to give more warmth. Blacksan fabricA concealing fabric in neutral tones, combined with sheers and decorative curtains to give more warmth to the room.
The cushions(Daytona collection) and the plaid finish the decoration with toasted tones and give a sober style to the whole room.
The common areas of the hotel are very spacious and bright . Designing areas where you can chat or relax, they have placed pouffes in different colours and patterns that create relaxing atmospheres.
Undoubtedly, it does not go unnoticed and is one of the most talked-about spaces. In the dining room, large wooden structures have been placed with prints and patterns printed exclusively for this hotel.
This type of commission is always a challenge and a challenge for the entire Comersan team. In order to achieve the best result, the designs of large leaves and African ethnic prints are achieved with digital printing, giving rise to these large structures that star in the decoration of the entire restaurant.