Cresta Churchill, Bulawayo


Perfectly situated near many of Bulawayo’s historical and cultural landmarks is the Cresta Churchill hotel – a mere 6.7km from the Railway Museum, 7km from the Natural History Museum, and a comfortable travelling distance from the Khami Ruins (within 32km) and the Matobo National Park (about 52km away).

For the avid bird watcher, the Matobo National Park is a must and other natural heritage sites include the final resting place of Cecil Rhodes as well as the Victoria Falls. The hotel itself is an historical gem, its Tudor architecture reminiscent of a forgotten time. One of the best hotels in Bulawayo, Cresta Churchill was established to provide accommodation for holidaymakers and discerning travelers on business. It was previously known as the ‘Churchill Arms’, a popular meeting place for both locals and tourists, and still fondly remembered by members of the community. The hotel has retained its charm and welcoming ambiance over the years. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, Cresta Churchill is fully equipped to make your stay a pleasurable one.

The rooms are elegant yet comfortable, air-conditioned and fully serviced, and the food at the Inglenook Restaurant is renowned for its excellence. A swimming pool, cocktail bar and satellite television in all the rooms provide all you need to round off your trip perfectly. Business travelers will find all their requirements met at the hotel. There are two conference rooms, the largest of which can cater for up to 120 people, while the smaller conference room can accommodate up to 40 people.

Free W-Fi connectivity means that you can conduct your business activities as per normal.

Cresta Churchill is a fully licensed hotel with a 24 hour front desk.

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Cresta Churchill, Bulawayo

Tel: +263 292 244243-7
Fax: +263 292 4655
Email: reservations@churchill.cresta.co.zw
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Cnr Matopos Road and Moffat Avenue
146 Matopos Road
Bulawayo
Zimbabwe


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Tel: +263 292 244243-7
Fax: +263 292 4655
Email: reservations@churchill.cresta.co.zw

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Cnr Matopos Road and Moffat Avenue
146 Matopos Road
Bulawayo
Zimbabwe

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