Welcome to the Bronte Hotel

The Bronte Hotel is an oasis of tranquillity, renowned for its beautiful gardens and collection of fine Shona Sculptures.

Centrally located in the Avenues, within walking distance of downtown Harare,  The Bronte offers well appointed rooms and executive suites in an idyllic garden setting.

Designed for both the business and leisure traveler alike; our amenities include complimentary Wifi, two swimming pools, a fitness centre, a complimentary breakfast buffet, secure on-site parking, and fine dining at Emmanuel’s Restaurant. We are also the ideal Harare conference venuewith three function rooms and two boardrooms available.

A leading Harare hotel for over 25 years, we’re committed to making sure your stay is peaceful and pleasurable.

Fine dining at Emmanuels

The cuisine at  Emmanuels focuses on the use of fresh, local and wild ingredients.

Enjoy our Gardens

The Bronte Hotel is renowned for its beautiful gardens and collection of fine Shona Sculptures.

Relax by our Pool

Relax and enjoy your time at the Bronte Hotel beside the pool.

 

This was my second time at the Bronte and it was just as good as I remembered. Beautiful, lush gardens and my favourite swimming pool ever- in the quiet garden at the back under a lovely canopy of trees. Felt like a holiday even though it was actually quite an intense work trip. Wonderful!

Trip Advisor

Thank you to the management and staff for Kylie and Byron Brewer’s fairy-tale wedding in December 2014. The staff were unbelievably helpful, the rooms immaculate, food out of this world. The perfect place for a wedding.

 

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I just wanted to thank you and everyone in the hotel (housekeeping, maintenance, restaurant and front office)for looking after me so well and making me able to devote my full attention to getting my job done.  You are a super team at the Bronte.

In the past 2 years I have spent 6 months at the Bronte (almost 25% of my time).  I can honestly say that it has felt like my home and you have all been my family.  Thank you for that.

D. Mclean

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