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This hotel in Harare has been booked 57 times
This hotel in Harare has been booked 55 times
Harare is a beautiful city with friendly people.The CBD is very busy but traveling in the upmarket suburbs was great and refreshing.I would advise one to go with enough cash for their stay because we would occasionally encounter problems with network when we were using our VISA card.
Zimbabwe has a bad rap internationally due to its government and economic mis-management, but the people are very warm and open. Harare has a wonderful climate due to its elevation. Not a destination for beach bums, food lovers or shopaholics, but a good stop-over in between national parks and other outings.
Favourate places are the balancing Rocks in Epworth, Watch the sunset in Domboshava Sam levy village, Avondale shops and Arundel Village for the best restaurants in Harare. If you love wild life , Mbizi game park, Lion Cheateh park Local eat at Gava Restaurant Second street extension, Braai at Mereki and some local food at Harare Show grounds(lunches only) Avoid places that are too crowded Use a private taxi- they are plenty and affordable
Harare is a beautiful city. However, if you survive the potholes, you wont find your way as there are no street names, the traffic lights are so dirty it is difficult to see whether they are green or red, and you would most likely be stopped by the police and fined on some trumped up driving charge. It is a pity to see such a beautiful city in such disrepair.
Harare on the whole is beautiful friendly and helpful people.Would be good to see road maintenance and better driving
Harare is still value for money. Beautiful weather throughout the year for those traveling from cold weather countries . The best time is from March when it's not too wet. The city is beautiful at that time of the year with Summer/Spring flowers and lovely Jacaranda trees. First week of May, we have the HARARE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS (HIFA). This a Highlight of the city. You don't want to miss this . There a lovely museum , an art gallery, botanical gardens, wild life park nearby,old city Mbare to visit, a lion and cheetah park 20 km out of Harare, a snake park. Lots and lots of local and international restaurants were you can enjoy real fresh organic food. Nice 3 to 5 star hotels
Harare is fabulous. Just needs a bit of cleaning and a few drivers to be a bit cautious but it was lovely! Westgate was nice, food court lovely traditional meals
Great outdoors and plenty to see and do in Harare and outskirts. Really good food - traditional and world cuisine. Roads are pretty hectic and drivers not always courteous and for that reason I would recommend hiring a taxi and agreeing a daily rate. Favourite places, Gava’s In Belgravia for traditional food.
The booking made through booking.com is just a transit before which I stayed in Harare for about 5 days, long before which in turn i travelled to harare regularly between 2005-2007 when the old Zim dollars were used with official rate of 300 while on market 3000. Economy were going down then but things were still good and cheap and abundant in shops, but before long zim dollars depreciated fast until it backed off. At present harare still have its very good infrastructures but activities are not much. Hope things will get better without dictatorship. African people always suffer a lot from their own choice of dictatorship or presidents. Ceratin figures are considered founding fathers of the country but they are mostly the ones who brough the sufferings of the people. People elect who they like or they're familiar with but donot often consider whether they fit. Some country elected a football star to be a president.
Harare is busy. But people around town have time for guests. The sunshine city has the shine for a warm welcome and some evening vibe. I have never felt unsettled in Harare. I hope that this goes for everyone that graces this fine city
9.1 Superb 104 reviews
I always stay at Mt Pleasant when I visit Harare because of the professionalism of the staff and the quality of the accommodation. There's a very relaxed feel that makes you feel right at home. The staff have always gone out of their way to make sure I'm happy and the mattresses are super comfortable. I can't imagine staying anywhere else for such a great rate.
9.1 Superb 35 reviews
We were warmly welcomed by Shakespeare and Noreen and made to feel at home right away. We were only in Harare for two nights but Noreen helped us to make the most of it. She made some great recommendations, travelled with us into the city and made sure we felt safe. The flat was cosy and comfortable. WiFi was good and breakfast was delicious.
9.3 Superb 109 reviews
The owners were very friendly ,very helpful . We decided to stay one night more . The breakfast every morning was great ,never the same . I recommend strongly this gesthouse excellent value for money quality price perfect . If i should visit again Harare , i would stay again at Hart lodge without any hesitation .
7.2 Good 250 reviews
I would like to thank George he was so friendly and borrowed us he's SIM card and help us with our luggage.. We are also grateful to the maxi taxi driver He was so helpful he even took us to see the big rocks in Harare and he was very informative.. Because of people like them we would surely come back again
9.5 Exceptional 40 reviews
Extremely friendly and helpful. Went the extra mile many times for us. Interesting and informative conversations made us feel safe and happy to be here and in Harare itself. Really enjoyed all our encounters with local people.
8.7 Fabulous 8 reviews
A very comfortable room with a great bed. A beautiful, classic Harare grounds, on a lovely avenue with cafes and restaurants nearby. And to top it off, the most welcoming and helpful hosts you could imagine!
9.6 Exceptional 61 reviews
Very nice, just as the other reviews. Also good views of true African and Harare suburb living, I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a nice comfortable stay in Harare
9.6 Exceptional 15 reviews
Jacana Garden is a pearl outside Harare city in the suburb. It is an oasis with a garden full of butiful art pieces. It is a secure gated lodge with a nice breakfast.
7.4 Good 324 reviews
The price was very good, the internet was fast for Harare and worked well the whole week. Went for HIFA and it is near to the main venue.
8.9 Fabulous 41 reviews
Great host and staff, beautiful garden and a classic, spacious livingroom next to the garden where guests can feel free to sit and read and watch TV. The private room I stayed is nice and with a balcony.
8.7 Fabulous 31 reviews
We stayed there twice while traveling through Zim. Absolutely services orientated, friendly and always with a big smile. Didn't miss anything. Thank you for make us feel very welcome.
9.6 Exceptional 5 reviews
All the staff so friendly and helpful. Great ambassadors for Zimbabwe. Take a bow, Nikita, Lisa, Elison, Mildred and all housekeeping staff. You are amazing!
9.4 Superb 18 reviews
the place is clean & new. staff is beyond superb. close to city center, though need a taxi.
6.6 Review score 28 reviews
Very friendly staff excellent rooms fast internet and very accessible. Nice breakfast
9.3 Superb 11 reviews
Super friendly staff - great attention to detail. Wonderful place to stay!!!
8.2 Very good 68 reviews
Clean rooms, good receptionists, comfy beds and spotless bathrooms
6.6 Review score 73 reviews
The location, not far away from the city
6.4 Review score 70 reviews
I like everything no complaints