24 Hotel(s) found.
Cheltenham Park Retreat is 37km outside Harare in Ruwa. It sits on a plateau in a private, well wooded 13ha farming concession, overlooking the vast Nora Valley. It has 26 executive lodges, a self-catering farmhouse and three modern conference centres. It also has team building units and two wedding centres. It boasts of balancing rocks, bushmen paintings, flora, fauna and birdlife.
Step into luxury 2 bed roomed flat equipped with a lounge, kitchen, separate bath & toilet and overlooking a beautiful garden. The apartments have maximum security. Wi-Fi is available throughout the apartments.
Pakanaka Lodge situated in the Highlands area in Harare is an upmarket lodge nestled in a peaceful and pristine environment. Pakanaka Lodge comprises of 10 stylishly and highly decorated rooms which are overlooking our immaculate well-manicured lush garden populated by palm trees, exotic and indigenous trees. The lodge is aptly reflecting our unique Zimbabwean culture and will offer you the warm Zimbabwean hospitality experience we are renowned for under the Pakanaka Lodge umbrella.
Melrose Guest House, offers a tranquil escape from the daily buzz, only 20 minutes from the Harare International Airport. You will enjoy the urban-safari luxury with us! Take a peep at Melrose lush gardens and rooms with satellite TV package, unlimited wireless internet access, fully equipped kitchens where you can cook or be pampered, tea & coffee facilities, daily room service and laundry service.
7 spacious and elegantly appointed rooms including one executive suite, each luxuriously finished in its own individual urban -safari style. Harare Accommodation at Wild Geese Lodge is set within a private wildlife sanctuary offering thirty acres of indigenous garden and savannah overlooking the spectacular Mazowe Hills, yet conveniently located within fifteen minutes from Harare city centre.
Borrowdale Country Manor is the perfect location for visitors and residents seeking comfortable, tranquil, affordable and secure accommodation or meeting location in Harare. The Manor Guesthouse offers bed and breakfast, plus lunch and dinner on request, all home cooked. Guests enjoy the lush garden sanctuary, nature walks, outside bird watching and a world class Equestrian Dressage arena with horses boarding stables.
Chengeta Safari Lodge lies in the midst of a 13,000-acre private game reserve approximately 1.5 hour’s drive from Harare and the International Airport. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and verandas with views of the lush, green gardens. A family room provides an option for parents with children to take a break together. WiFi is available throughout the lodge.
In the evenings, a crackling fire is provided in the TV room or the trophy room to take the chill out of the air and provide a cozy atmosphere.
Enjoy a swim and a refreshing drink at the pool bar, browse the curio shop for souvenirs to take home to the family, or take part in one of the many optional activities on offer.
Pamuzinda Safari Lodge lies in the midst of a 13 000-acre private game reserve approximately 1 hour’s drive from Harare and the International Airport. All Lodges have en-suite bathrooms. Each has its own private garden with a day-bed, an outdoor shower and a private veranda. Views of the river and the surrounding wilderness are different from each lodge. Pamuzinda’s main reception area offers a large swimming pool with a shady pool bar, a comfortable dining room and lounge with indoor and outdoor seating and a bar. A large fireplace provides warmth on chilly evenings.
If you are looking for a boutique hotel in the heart of Harare, look no further than Amanzi Lodge. With a 5 barrel rating (5 star rating for lodges), a stay at Amanzi Lodge - with its stunning waterfalls and spectacular landscaped gardens, filled with rare cycads - is truly a memorable African experience. The Lodge has 16 luxury rooms, all set separately in the gardens. Each room is themed in the style of a different African country - with an exceptional collection of African antiquities and contemporary art.