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Emerson Spice Hotel, Stone Town, Zanzibar

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The Emerson Spice Hotel is situated in a 200 year old building in the middle of Stone Town. It has been restored in the past few years and the rooms are lavishly decorated.

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    What are the names of the rooms that we see the doors to here?
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