Established in 1915, Meikles Hotel has been acclaimed as Zimbabwe’s premier luxury five-star hotel which is situated in the heart of the capital city Harare. Meikles is a legendary meeting place for international business executives, dignitaries, leisure travellers and celebrities.
The hotel consists of a variety of accommodation options, which vary from standard rooms to a presidential suite. Each room is equipped with a mini bar, Wi-Fi Internet access, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities. The suites feature access to VIP areas and additional services. The hotel also offers guests a swimming pool, a gym, laundry facilities, a restaurant, wheelchair friendliness and parking on the premises.
Harare has an abundance of great attractions, including the National Heroes Acre, the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and the Chapungu Sculpture Park.
- Airport Shuttle
- Wheelchair Enabled
- Laundry Facilities*
- Swimming Pool
- Satellite TV*
- Credit Card Facilities
- Room Service
- Conference Venues
- Restaurant on Premises
- Parking on Premises
- Ndebele (IsiNdebele)
- 5 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
Wedding Venues: Meikles Hotel is creating and offering truly elegant wedding venues and attractive packages. Fancy a sunset wedding ceremony on our Roof Top Garden? Looking for a regal yet intimate gathering? We offer solutions that will fulfil your dreams.
Conference Venues: The 15 various function rooms at Meikles, in the very heart of the city, are perfect venues for various events – the classy Stewart Room holds 300 people for a cinema-style conference while the boardroom for 20 is among the most sumptuous in Africa.
All rates are inclusive of VAT which will be charged at 15%.
Children 0-2 yrs stay free, Children 2-12 yrs are 50% of applicable rate, rates are inclusive of a 2% Tourism Levy per person per night, Tariffs may be subject to change without notice, no service charge included in the rates, Corporate Rates are available on request. Rate includes early morning tea/coffee, breakfast.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling