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Meikles Hotel
Harare South,Harare - View on map
  1. Front desk [24-hour]
  2. Restaurants
"The hotel is in a great location in the city centre."
8.6

Excellent

30 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 161
Rainbow Towers Hotel & Conference Centre
Belvedere South,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Tennis court
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Check-in/out [private]
"Solo Wonderful service from receptionist to house keeping"
8.7

Excellent

37 reviews

N1 Hotel Samora Machel Harare
Avenues,Harare - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Restaurants
  5. Room service
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Vending machine
"The staff were very courteous and helpful"
8.6

Excellent

100 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 68
Holiday Inn Harare Hotel
Harare South,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Luggage storage
"Very tired , needs a lot of upgrading , only one lift working and that was incredibly slow. Seems not much capital investment in Harare "
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8.1

Excellent

47 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 155
N1 Hotel Rotten Row Harare
Avenues,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Contactless check-in/out
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Security [24-hour]
"Exceptional FrontDesk Warm and helpful staff!"
8.1

Excellent

59 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 61
Royal Guest House
Mandara,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Front desk [24-hour]
  6. BBQ facilities
  7. Laundry service
  8. Room service
"It's a really nice quiet place..but à bit far .às fàr as activities there is nothing much because you have to pay for braai,and you have to wake up early to get a shower before water runs out"
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7.2

Very good

31 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 30
The Palace Guest House
Harare Central,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Tennis court
  6. Game room
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. BBQ facilities
"Booked: room with shared bathroom, first floor. 30$ via Agoda - 20$ at reception. In the subburbs - not safe after dark. Transportation to town via minibus 50ct/10-15min. Facilities: Room/TV-Launge/Restaurant/garden good. Staff is very disorganised and always disappointing. But: Good Value! I recommend this place."
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6.9

Very good

49 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 35
Sarum Lodge
Eastlea South,Harare - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Laundry service
  5. Wi-Fi in public areas
  6. Smoking area
  7. Shared kitchen
  8. Staff trained in safety protocol
"Close to the city centre and the airport, it has beautiful gardens and friendly staff. Our rooms were generally clean and very comfortable. Breakfast was simple. We very much enjoyed our stay."
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7.8

Very good

7 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 56
The New Ambassador Hotel
Harare South,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Golf course [on-site]
  5. Sauna
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Bar
  8. Laundry service
"I have traveled through Harare many times but this was my first time to stay at the New Ambassador and I was not disappointed. While some hotels have resorted to "one hour rentals" this one has maintained respectable clientele, reliable staff, and cleanliness. The price for international guests is fair. "
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7.1

Very good

39 reviews

Cresta Lodge Harare
Eastlea South,Harare - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Shuttle service
  4. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  5. Fitness center
  6. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  7. Front desk [24-hour]
  8. Luggage storage
"Please ensure that the towels are clean. It would be best to get them bleached and they looked cream not white. Overall it was a good hotel"
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8.4

Excellent

38 reviews

Fast facts about Harare, Zimbabwe

Accommodations158 properties
Popular hotelN1 Hotel Samora Machel Harare
Popular areaHarare North
Nightly rates from$22
AirportHarare International Airport

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Frequently asked questions

What's the typical price of a property in Harare this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star property in Harare this Friday and Saturday is USD 105. The typical price for a 4-star hotel in Harare this weekend is USD 141. The average price for a 5-star property in Harare this weekend is USD 195.

What's the average price of a hotel in Harare this evening?

The typical price for a 3-star resorts in Harare tonight is USD 106. The typical price for a 4-star resort in Harare this evening is USD 136. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Harare tonight is USD 196.

What are the most popular resorts in Harare?

Several of our most well-known properties in Harare are N1 Hotel Samora Machel Harare, Meikles Hotel and N1 Hotel Rotten Row Harare.

What are the top properties in Harare for families?

Places to stay in Harare that are significantly scored by families include N1 Hotel Samora Machel Harare, Meikles Hotel and The Palace Guest House.

What hotels in Harare have the best views?

Verified tourists to Harare have given amazing reviews for the views at Monomotapa Hotel, York Lodge. and Cresta Lodge Harare.

What are the best hotels located in Harare offering airport transfer?

Resorts that has airport transfer in Harare that are exceptionally rated include Tinotenda Cottage, Tinotenda Cottage and Tinotenda Cottage.

When should I visit Harare?

Last year, Harare received its most visitors during the month of December. Nevertheless, you may want to consider other months during which there are fewer vacationers, as the most popular attractions will be less packed.

How long should I remain in Harare?

In the past 3 months, travelers stayed in Harare for 1 nights on average. The optimal length for your trip will depend on what you want to see and explore while there.

Is quarantine expected for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Harare?

Quarantine is not required for fully vaccinated vacationers to enter Harare from outside the country. For up-to-date and detailed information on travel restrictons, please check out the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is quarantine required for unvaccinated travelers to enter Harare?

Quarantine is not required for unvaccinated foreigners to enter Harare from outside the country. For up-to-date and detailed information on travel restrictons, please have a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

Is pre-departure covid test expected for fully vaccinated tourists to enter Harare?

Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test is not required to enter Harare. For recent and in depth information on travel restrictons, please take a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

What vaccines are recognized in Harare?

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Oxford/AstraZeneca, Sinopharm/BIBP, Covaxin, Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinovac, Nuvaxovid (Novavax), Novavax/Covovax, CanSinoBIO are currently acknowledged and accepted by the national health authority of the country that includes Harare.

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More about Harare

Discovering the Hidden Gems: Fun Facts about Harare, Zimbabwe

Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe, is a vibrant and bustling metropolis that is rich in history and culture. Here are some fun facts about Harare that you might not know: - Harare was originally founded as Fort Salisbury by the British South Africa Company in 1890. - The city was renamed Harare in 1982, after the Shona chieftain Neharawa, whose name means "he who does not sleep." - Harare is home to the National Heroes Acre, a monument that honors Zimbabwe's fallen heroes and heroines. - The city is also home to the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, which houses a collection of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of Zimbabwe's rich cultural heritage. - Harare is known for its beautiful parks and gardens, including the National Botanic Garden, which is home to over 900 species of plants. - The city is also home to the Mbare Musika, one of the largest open-air markets in Africa, where you can find everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts.

Top Reasons Why Harare Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

Harare is a city that is full of surprises, and there are plenty of reasons why it should be your next travel destination. Here are just a few: - Rich Cultural Heritage: Harare is a city that is steeped in history and culture, with plenty of museums, galleries, and monuments that tell the story of Zimbabwe's past. - Beautiful Parks and Gardens: Harare is known for its beautiful parks and gardens, which are perfect for picnics, walks, and relaxation. - Delicious Cuisine: Zimbabwean cuisine is a blend of African, European, and Asian influences, and Harare has plenty of restaurants and cafes where you can sample the local flavors. - Friendly People: Zimbabweans are known for their warm hospitality and friendly nature, and you'll find that the people of Harare are no exception. - Affordable Prices: Harare is a budget-friendly destination, with plenty of affordable hotels, restaurants, and attractions. - Vibrant Nightlife: Harare has a lively nightlife scene, with plenty of bars, clubs, and music venues where you can dance the night away.

Traveling to Harare: Your Ultimate Guide

If you're planning a trip to Harare, here's everything you need to know to make your journey as smooth as possible: - Getting There: The easiest way to get to Harare is by flying into Harare International Airport, which is located about 10 kilometers outside of the city center. From the airport, you can take a taxi or shuttle bus to your hotel. - Visa Requirements: Most visitors to Zimbabwe will need a visa to enter the country. You can apply for a visa online or at the Zimbabwean embassy in your home country. - Currency: The official currency of Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean dollar, but US dollars and South African rand are also widely accepted. - Language: English is the official language of Zimbabwe, but Shona and Ndebele are also widely spoken. - Weather: Harare has a subtropical highland climate, with mild temperatures throughout the year. The rainy season runs from November to March, while the dry season runs from April to October. - Transportation: Harare has a reliable public transportation system, including buses, taxis, and minibusses. However, if you prefer more flexibility, you can also rent a car or hire a private driver.

10 Fun Things to Do in Harare That You Shouldn't Miss

Harare has plenty of attractions and activities to keep you entertained during your visit. Here are 10 things that you shouldn't miss: 1. Visit the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, which showcases contemporary African art and hosts regular exhibitions and events. 2. Take a stroll through the National Botanic Garden, which is home to a stunning collection of indigenous and exotic plants. 3. Explore the Mbare Musika, one of the largest open-air markets in Africa, where you can find everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts. 4. Visit the National Heroes Acre, a monument that honors Zimbabwe's fallen heroes and heroines. 5. Check out the Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, which houses a collection of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of Zimbabwe's rich cultural heritage. 6. Take a tour of the Harare Gardens, a beautiful park that is perfect for picnics, walks, and relaxation. 7. Go on a food tour of Harare, where you can sample the local cuisine, including sadza (a maize-based staple), biltong (dried meat), and madora (caterpillars). 8. Visit the Domboshawa Rocks, a series of granite hills that offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside. 9. Take a day trip to the nearby town of Chitungwiza, where you can visit the Chitungwiza Arts Centre and see traditional Zimbabwean art and crafts. 10. Attend a live music performance at one of Harare's many music venues, such as the Book Café or the Jazz 105.

Why Agoda.com Is the Best Choice for Booking Your Harare Hotel

When it comes to booking your hotel in Harare, Agoda.com is the best choice for several reasons: - Wide Selection: Agoda.com has a wide selection of hotels in Harare, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxurious five-star properties. - Competitive Prices: Agoda.com offers competitive prices on all of its Harare hotels, so you can be sure that you're getting the best deal. - User Reviews: Agoda.com features user reviews of all its Harare hotels, so you can read about the experiences of other travelers before you book. - Easy Booking Process: Agoda.com's booking process is quick and easy, so you can secure your Harare hotel with just a few clicks. - 24/7 Customer Service: Agoda.com offers 24/7 customer service, so you can get help and support whenever you need it.

The Best Time to Visit Harare: A Guide to the Seasons and Festivals

The best time to visit Harare depends on your preferences and interests. Here's a guide to the seasons and festivals to help you plan your trip: - Summer (November to March): This is the rainy season in Harare, but it's also when the city is at its most lush and green. If you don't mind a bit of rain, this can be a great time to visit. - Autumn (April to May): This is a great time to visit Harare, as the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. - Winter (June to August): This is the dry season in Harare, with mild temperatures during the day and cool temperatures at night. This is a great time to visit if you're interested in wildlife, as animals are easier to spot in the dry season. - Spring (September to October): This is another great time to visit Harare, as the weather is mild and the city is in bloom. Harare also hosts several festivals throughout the year, including the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) in May and the Zimbabwe International Book Fair in August.

10 Tips for Travelers Planning to Visit Harare

If you're planning a trip to Harare, here are 10 tips to help you make the most of your visit: 1. Be respectful of local customs and traditions, and dress modestly when visiting religious sites or cultural attractions. 2. Carry a copy of your passport and visa with you at all times, and keep the originals in a safe place. 3. Use insect repellent and wear long sleeves and pants to protect yourself from mosquitoes, which can carry malaria. 4. Drink bottled water, and avoid ice cubes and salads that may have been washed in tap water. 5. Be cautious when using public transportation, and avoid traveling alone at night. 6. Learn a few words of Shona or Ndebele to help you communicate with locals. 7. Negotiate prices before making a purchase, especially at markets and street vendors. 8. Be aware of your surroundings and keep an eye on your belongings at all times. 9. Tip generously for good service, as this is appreciated in Zimbabwean culture. 10. Be open-minded and flexible, and be prepared for the unexpected. Zimbabweans are known for their resilience and creativity, and you may be surprised by the warmth and hospitality you encounter during your visit.

Where to Stay in Harare: A Guide to the Best Neighborhoods and Accommodations

Harare has several neighborhoods that are popular with tourists, each with its own unique character and attractions. Here are a few of the best neighborhoods to consider: - Avondale: This upscale neighborhood is home to several embassies and international organizations, as well as some of Harare's best restaurants and shops. - Borrowdale: This affluent suburb is popular with expats and wealthy Zimbabweans, and is known for its luxurious homes and upscale shopping centers. - Avenues: This neighborhood is located in the heart of Harare, and is home to several budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses. - Highlands: This leafy suburb is known for its beautiful homes and gardens, and is a great place to stay if you're looking for a quieter, more residential area. - CBD: Harare's central business district is a bustling and vibrant area, with plenty of shops, restaurants, and hotels. When it comes to accommodations, Harare has something for every budget and preference, from budget-friendly guesthouses to luxurious five-star hotels. Some of the best hotels in Harare include Mt Pleasant B'n'B, The Palace Guest House, Sarum Lodge, 12 FLEETWOOD, and The Hawks Bed and Breakfast.

What to Eat in Harare: A Foodie's Guide to Zimbabwean Cuisine

Zimbabwean cuisine is a delicious blend of African, European, and Asian influences, with plenty of bold flavors and hearty dishes. Here are a few of the must-try dishes when you're in Harare: - Sadza: This maize-based staple is a staple of the Zimbabwean diet, and is often served with meat, vegetables, or gravy. - Biltong: This dried meat snack is a popular snack in Zimbabwe, and can be found in markets and shops throughout Harare. - Madora: These roasted caterpillars are a popular snack in Zimbabwe, and are often served with salt and chili powder. - Kapenta: This small fish is a popular ingredient in Zimbabwean cuisine, and is often served fried or in stews. - Chakalaka: This spicy vegetable relish is a popular side dish in Zimbabwe, and is made with onions, tomatoes, and chili peppers. - Boerewors: This South African sausage is a popular street food in Zimbabwe, and is often served with sadza and relish. When it comes to restaurants, Harare has plenty of options to suit every taste and budget, from upscale fine dining establishments to casual street food vendors. Some of the best restaurants in Harare include Amanzi Restaurant, Victoria 22, and The Bistro.

Getting Around Harare: A Guide to Transportation Options

Harare has a reliable public transportation system, including buses, taxis, and minibusses. However, if you prefer more flexibility, you can also rent a car or hire a private driver. Here are a few transportation options to consider: - Buses: Harare has a network of public buses that run throughout the city, with fares starting at around $0.50. - Taxis: Taxis are a popular way to get around Harare, and can be hailed on the street or booked in advance through a taxi company. - Minibusses: Minibusses are a popular mode of transportation in Harare, and are often cheaper than taxis. However, they can be crowded and uncomfortable. - Car Rental: If you prefer more flexibility, you can rent a car in Harare. Rental rates start at around $30 per day. - Private Driver: If you want to avoid the hassle of navigating Harare's busy streets, you can hire a private driver to take you around the city. Prices vary depending on the length of your trip and the type of vehicle you choose.