Holiday Inn Harare

Address: Samora Machel Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Samora Machel Avenue, Harare, is near Natural History Museum, Matobo Hills, Khami Ruins, and Leopard Rock Golf and Country Club.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Harare

          Reviewed by aaronkdean

          ALways Enjoyable

          Reviewed Sep 18, 2015
          by (6 reviews) Cincinnati , United States Flag of United States

          This hotel is always a pleasant stay after a long flight.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by zakchahal

          Good and safe hotel to stay

          Reviewed Dec 20, 2013
          by (10 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          A safe and pleasent place to stay, the hotel offer great combination of world class services and African hospitality, blended in one.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Harare

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Harare

          Closing out the trip and long ride home

          A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Oct 07, 2015

          20 photos

          ... Changing countries with immigration/customs, multiple security checks removing shoes/belts/etc., and multiple flights you can never count on adds to stress. It does make me miss the way were were able to schedule flights with the G-3 many years ago.

          It will be nice when we no longer need commercial travel to teach people when the millenium starts. May that day come soon.

          I pray all had a great feast and got home safely.

          Mugabe is Dead! Long live Mugabe

          A travel blog entry by guy.everton on May 31, 2015

          ... where corruption is endemic, ordinary citizens have little chance of fighting their corner successfully.

          Cecil and his wife Victoria speak nostalgically of decades past, when Zimbabwe was known as the 'breadbasket of Africa'. Then, fields brimmed with maize, cotton, tobacco and other cash crops which were exported worldwide. Today, with successful farms repossessed and redistributed to Mugabe's cronies, often brutally, Zimbabwe is now a net importer of grain. ...

          The great African rains

          A travel blog entry by besomeone on Jan 10, 2015

          3 photos

          ... city. The most contradictory part of the day was when I stopped at the traffic lights outside Mugabe’s palace. We had the windows down and suddenly one of the palace guards talked to Taurai. Being hesitant, I didn’t look. When the light turned green Tau told me that the palace guard wanted to buy some marijuana. Shocked and amazed, I couldn’t stop laughing. These guards never talk or smile and today for the first time they did both.


          All roads lead to Chinhoyi

          A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Jan 29, 2014

          2 comments, 8 photos

          ... was able to go down to the home to see the babies and Bertha before leaving. I had my final morning up at school on Tuesday morning. It has been lovely being back there and teaching again, it is such a beautiful place to work! So that is my time in Africa done. I am sitting at the airport with a cup of tea getting ready to board the plane for my next destination (with my toothbrush this time!) I have been really blessed to have Kathryn ...

          TIA - this is Africa

          A travel blog entry by besomeone on Jan 17, 2014

          5 photos

          ... Driving back to the community centre I had to pull over numerous times. The water tank kept spitting water and steam kept rising from the bonnet. We got back to the centre and more problems arose! The borehole had no water left therefore building work had stopped. The builders were late having lunch as we didn’t arrive on time.

          However, Sam and Zania had a traditional Zimbabwean welcoming by the community. It was amazing to see it again however I forgot ...