R960 - R2 475
|CHEAPEST CITY IN ZIMBABWE||Bulawayo||42% cheaper||Hotels in Bulawayo are the cheapest in Zimbabwe at just R960 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN ZIMBABWE||Gweru||33% more expensive||Gweru has the highest priced hotels in Zimbabwe with rooms averaging R2 475 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN ZIMBABWE||Victoria Falls||72% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Victoria Falls than any other city in Zimbabwe|
momondo users have recommended 5 hotels to users looking to stay near Avondale Shops. Hotels in this area have an average price of R53 per night. These prices may change based on several factors, such as time of year. Hotels near Avondale Shops are typically 96% less expensive than the average hotel in Zimbabwe, which is R1 492.
|Low season||June||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||December||most expensive time to stay|
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R1 340 - R8 480
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Monday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|R58 850||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|R11 027||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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The Southern African country of Zimbabwe has a lot of tourism potential. Zimbabwe is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which can be found outside the major cities, making them ideal for a less crowded vacation experience. When visiting Zimbabwe, consider booking a hotel in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second-largest city. You'll get the opportunity to visit the Khami Ruins National Monument, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the country's natural heritage sites dating back to the 15th century. Find Zimbabwe hotels at the Hillside Manor or Fleming Place. If you ever fancied a tour of one of the seven wonders of the world, then book the Cresta Sprayview or the NH1 Hotel & Campsite in the city of Victoria Falls. Here, you'll get the opportunity to see Zimbabwe's natural beauty: Victoria Falls, the world's largest waterfall and precipice nicknamed the Devil's Pool. To get around these cities, take advantage of public shuttles and buses, including the Shumba Shuttle, Wild Horizons, and GoDirect.
Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, is home to some of the most spectacular attractions, including the Mukuvisi woodlands, Chinhoyi Caves, and Kuimba Shiri Bird Park. The second-largest city, Bulawayo, is the country's tourist and industrial hub. Here, you'll find the Matobo Hills National Park with its distinctive granite landforms, and nearby is the Natural History Museum which traces Zimbabwe's history as far as the 15th century. The mining and agricultural city of Chinhoyi is home to the stunning, ever blue Manyame River and the Chinhoyi Caves. Finally, you'll enjoy touring the hilly city of Mutare, located at the foot of the Eastern Highlands and home to Mutare Museum and Vumba Botanical Gardens and Reserve. In Mutare, find cheap hotels in Zimbabwe such as the Ann Bruce Backpackers. In Harare, you can stay at the Whitehouse Lodge or the New Ambassador Hotel. Other accommodations are available in Zimbabwe's Bulawayo city at the Cresta Churchill Hotel or the Musketeers Lodge.
Zimbabwe's most significant potential lies in its incredible landscapes, wildlife, safaris, the incredible Victoria Falls, plus other scenic sites. However, the country also has some of the best entertainment and nightlife spots spread across its major cities. In Bulawayo, the Copa Cubana offers late-night food, a vibrant crowd, good music, and various cocktails. Nearby is the Crystal Club, still in Bulawayo, which provides the ultimate nightlife experience. Regency Casino in Harare offers the best of everything. From world-class casino gaming to private bars, and exotic food and drinks. Club Connect in Harare is undoubtedly the largest club in Zimbabwe, with branches in Bulawayo and Livingstone. Laser lights, LED screens, live DJs, pumping music, and a vibrant crowd are what define Club Connect. Pariah State, also in Harare, not only offers incredible fun-filled nights but also offers breakfast and lunch, making it a one-stop entertainment center. Popular restaurants in Harare include Victoria 22, Amanzi Restaurant, and Kombahari Restaurant, which serve various African and British cuisines. Enjoy Zimbabwe's traditional dishes, such as the popular Sadza, Dovi, and Nhedzi, plus a combination of several British cuisines. For your stay, book hotels in Zimbabwe such as the Las Palmas Guesthouse or the 528 Victoria Falls Guesthouse.
Zimbabwe has a rich collection of natural landmarks, art, and history. It is one of the top African nations with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These sites include the Mana Pools National Park near the Zambezi River and home to the Big Five. Cheap tickets to the national park are available at the entrance. Another UNESCO World Heritage Site is the Great Zimbabwe National Monument located in the country's capital which protects and preserves the remains of the ancient kingdom of Zimbabwe. You can visit this historical site by booking in advance to access cheap tickets and a free guide. However, you can tour other notable historical landmarks like Lake Kariba and Hwange National Park for free. For accommodation, you can find cheap hotels in Zimbabwe such as the Parrot Lodge, the Cresta Lodge, or Mpofu Guesthouse. The Great Zimbabwe National Monument is open for visitors seven days a week, with peak seasons being July through to October.
At just R479 per night on average, June is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Zimbabwe. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Zimbabwe is March.
As many would assume, more people stay in Harare than in any other city while visiting Zimbabwe.
As a popular tourist destination in Zimbabwe, it is no surprise that Kariba has the most expensive hotel rooms at R2 295 per night - 69% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
The least expensive city in Zimbabwe to stay in is Victoria Falls. With an average rate of R305 per night, Victoria Falls is about 10% less expensive than other cities in Zimbabwe.
Ilala Lodge Hotel
Area A8, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
21 Samora Machel Avenue/Park Street, Harare, Zimbabwe
39 Irvine Close, Harare, Zimbabwe
Pine Tree Inn
Susurumba Drive, Juliasdale, Zimbabwe
Breeze Guest House
24 Heyman Road, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Shoestrings Backpackers & Bar
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Highlands Lodges and Apartments
Las Palmas Guest House
Kudu Cl, Harare, Zimbabwe
6 Fleming Drive, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
642 Syringa Road, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Amazing holiday home in Juliasdale, Nyanga, Zimbabwe - Pazororo Cottage
Cresta Oasis Hotel
124 Nelson Mandela Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe
The Grey's Inn
75 Robert Mugabe Way, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
132 Baines Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe
Bayete Guest Lodge
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
The View Lodge
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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