An unrivalled welcome awaits you at this delightful hotel situated in the wonderful “City of Kings“. It is an ideal location from which both business and leisure visitors can explore the many attractions in the city and the surrounding areas. Take in the amazing history of the city and its sites, stroll down to the City Hall and market place where an array of quality crafts and artefacts awaits. Other places of prime interest in the City of Kings are the Matobo Hills and the Khami monuments.
Attractions travelers recommend
Matobo National Park is in southwest Zimbabwe. It’s known for the Matobo Hills, a range of balancing rock formations created by erosion of the granite plateau. The walls of Nswatugi Cave feature Stone Age rock art. The park has significant populations of black eagles and both black and white rhinos. The grave of Cecil Rhodes, founder of former British colony Rhodesia, is carved into the summit of Malindidzimu.
Khami is a ruined city located 22 kilometres west of Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe. It was once the capital of the Kingdom of Butua of the Torwa dynasty. It is now a national monument, and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986
Bulawayo Railway Museum is a railway museum located at Bulawayo railway station in Zimbabwe, that houses several exhibitions on the history of the railway system in Zimbabwe, formerly Rhodesia.
Museum showcasing the country's wildlife, minerals & archeology via diverse exhibits & lectures.
Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the rescue and care ... Recently Viv has expanded his research activities to include a survey of the leopard and cheetah of Zimbabwe, the ... Wildlife Orphanage/ Animal Rehabilitation Centre: To provide a service to rescue and care for injured wildlife
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe has been in existence for almost 60 years, and in its lifetime has witnessed the dramatic shift in the country from colonialism to independence. In addition, it has been central to the meteoric rise of Zimbabwean artists in the world art market