The Jameson Hotel is one of the grand old dames that have been part of Harare’s history and social scene since 1959. Refurbished and enlarged in 1995, the Jameson Hotel Harare still offers elegant and luxurious accommodation reminding one of bygone days.
At the Jameson Hotel in Harare, guests are accommodated in 122 air-conditioned and en-suite rooms, with a choice of twin or double beds. All the rooms at the Jameson Hotel are equipped with a safe, mini-bar, satellite TV, radio, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, as well as 24-hour room service.
Tiffany’s Restaurant at the Jameson Hotel offers a set menu for lunch and dinner, while the Sandawana Coffee Shop serves delicious English buffet breakfasts, buffet lunches as well as buffet and a la carte dinners which made Harare a well-known city. The Lounge on the mezzanine floor which offers light meals and is very ideal for short business meetings is a popular place. We also have the ‘The Usual Place – Jazz Bar’ and this is an ideal bar for business executives who would like to meet over a drink while listening to live Jazz music.
The Jameson Hotel offers some of the finest conference and meeting facilities in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe. A series of well-equipped meeting rooms can accommodate up to 300 delegates.
The tour desk at the Jameson Hotel will help you with advice on the next part of your journey through Harare and Zimbabwe.
The Jameson Hotel offers complimentary transport to and from the airport, which is only 15 km from the hotel. In addition, the hotel is close to many of Harare’s attractions, such as the National Archives (containing diaries and reports from the pioneering times), the National Botanical Gardens (with more than 900 species of trees), the Mukuvisi Woodlands (with 277 hectares of preserved woodlands), the National Gallery (with Shona soft-stone carvings) and, of course, the flea market at Mbare.