Meikles Hotel

Corner Third Street & J Moyo Ave, Harare, Zimbabwe | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corner Third Street & J Moyo Ave, Harare, is near Natural History Museum, Matobo Hills, Khami Ruins, and Leopard Rock Golf and Country Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMeikles Hotel Harare

    Reviewed by travellerdbn

    Surprisingly good room-service

    Reviewed Jun 27, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    When you land in a city like Harare that has been in the spotlight for everything but matters positive, it's a lovely surprise to find a lovely surprise to find the Meikles.

    I'd head of the group and seen a little their offering during the Tourism Indiana in Urban, but the hotel definitely gets 2 thumbs up- even during renovation.

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

    Reviewed by bumihills

    Comfort and Elegance

    Reviewed Jun 25, 1998
    by (32 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    We especially enjoyed the Meikles Hotel and have stayed there all three times we have visited Harare. The restaurants within the hotel are exceptional and the staff was helpful.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Meikles Hotel Harare

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Harare

    Karanda - Final Day

    A travel blog entry by catcher0607 on Mar 21, 2014

    ... But I enjoy the peaceful alone time, listening to God while I type my thoughts.
    Erick and Luke have come up to the guest house to gather up the balls that we brought to give away to children. The eye care we have brought to Karanda is now finished. The team is cleaning up, organizing and collecting their things. We want to take a photo of the team. I come along to be the photographer.
    Steve and Erick have given the Zimbabwean ...

    A lifestyle change

    A travel blog entry by besomeone on Jan 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... week. About 8pm we all sat down in the lounge, it was really good as it was the first time we discussed the future. I want to reiterate how much the charity means to everyone, its different compared to your big charities. Martha started working towards Love Zimbabwe in 2001, trying to get it started and widen her lifelong aims of helping people in "real" poverty. Poverty today is hugely misinterpreted. People will sometimes refer to it when they don’t have ...

    Last day in Lusaka and on to Zimbabwe

    A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jan 11, 2013

    3 photos

    ... last year to all those who remained in the United Church of God by those who unscrupulously use our good name LifeNets. To you I say, come back to your fellowship and don't be bullied. We will care for you as we have cared for all who were harmed. If good men do nothing, evil will prevail. This is already happening by people in different places around the world who see no value to be in an org that is so thin in what they offer, particularly ...

    You have reached your destination.

    A travel blog entry by jackk91 on Dec 18, 2012

    3 comments, 2 photos

    Once off the plane, at the airport I had to work out how to go about getting a visa, luckily there were some other tourists who helped me out and I managed to get in the line before it grew to around 50 people long. I then found my luggage which had made it safely and customs only xrayed my bag before I got through. It was very muggy and warm inside so I was very happy ...


    A travel blog entry by tomrc86 on Dec 03, 2012

    6 photos

    ... a holiday she was shocked. She simply couldn’t understand why anyone would visit a place like that and though I was insane. I can understand why though. I estimated that there were probably only about 50-100 tourists in the whole country at any one time given how many I had met in my time there.

    Back at the hostel I was chatting to another American girl who was working as a teacher at an orphanage nearby, and we talked about what there was the do in the ...