The Top Five Hotels for Visiting Botswana

If you’re planning a trip to Botswana, Africa, there are some amazing places to stay. There is little more disheartening than arriving at a foreign location and discovering that the accommodations are not as good as they first appear in advertisements. We’ve researched some of the better places to stay in the area and put together a mini guide of the best hotels in Botswana.

Peermont Mondior Gaborone 

You’ll be treated like a celebrity at the Peermont Walmont at the Grand Palm in Gaborone. Multiple languages are spoken at the hotel. Each room comes with free WiFi, Air Conditioning, Free Parking, 24 hour front desk service, room service and a flat screen TV. The facilities offer meeting and banquet facilities in addition to an on site casino for entertainment with a bar and a restaurant. The hotel offers a breakfast that is rated as good. There is also a gift shop on the property, an outdoor pool, sitting rooms in some of the rooms and car rentals offered by the hotel.

Price: Starting at $105 USD per night

Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel Resort

The Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel Resort is located in Gaborone, Botswana. Each room comes with free WiFi, Air conditioning, laundry an electric kettle, a personal bathroom with a bathtub, a hair dryer, towels, and a flat screen TV. You’ll have your choice of rooms with views of the garden, some with a patio. Free private parking is offered as well as an outdoor pool, a bar on site and free shuttle service to and from the airport. 24 hour front desk help is available with a breakfast offered, room service, and a currency exchange on site.

Price: Starting at $172 per night

Ngoma Safari Lodge, Chobe National Park, Botswana

The Ngoma Safari Lodge is located on a ridge that sits above the Chobe River, by the Chobe National Park. This area features one of the most spectacular views of local wildlife. You may watch giraffes and zebras moving in their natural habitat from the comfort of a stand alone luxury suite overlooking the floodplain of the Chobe River. The surroundings are breathtaking and the food and services are rated as excellent. Although this location feels remote, it is actually only an hour’s drive from the airport. It offers rustic elegance in an eco-friendly setting. The beds feature local fabrics with the rooms adorned with Zulu artifacts, giving the room the appearance off a museum. The room features an excellent view of a large watering hole for local wildlife. Enjoy evening drinks around an open fire under the baobab tree, with friendly staff, and a personal guide who is assigned to assist you during your stay. At your leisure, you may enjoy escorted game drives as well as river cruises. The hotel features your choice of eight private suites which are crafted in the style of individual huts with thatched roofs, stone floors, yet very luxurious. Each room offers Nespresso coffee machines, both indoor and outdoor showers with powerful water streams, a large bathroom with a bathtub, double sinks, a dressing table and plenty of space. The windows are floor to ceiling so you will have a great view of local wildlife. Each room offers WiFi, and all food and beverages are included with highly rated meals and snacks of local fish and game as well as other offerings. There is also a bar, laundry facilities, a pool and free parking available.

Price: Rooms are available starting at $452 per night

Aquarian Tide Hotel, Gaborone

The Aquarian Tide Hotel, located in Gaborone, Botswana is a 3.5 hotel that offers each guest 24 hour front desk service, free WiFi, free self-parking, a restaurant and an outdoor pool. There is a poolside bar available for guest convenience. The hotel also offers a meeting room as well as dry cleaning services. Each room comes with room service, a flat screen TV with satellite channels, coffee maker, laptop compatible safes and showers. There is also air conditioning with in room climate control, a private bathroom with a shower only, and free toiletries. Breakfast is available for an additional charge

Price: Starting at just $52 per night

Maison Calme Gaborone, Botswana

Maison Calme in Gaborone, Botswana is an affordable location offering each guest free WiFi, free private parking, rooms that come with air conditioning, a soundproof personal bathroom with tub, toilet, hair dryer, a large bed, TV with DSTV channels, Towels, linens, a safe, iron and ironing facilities, free toiletries, suit press, wardrobe closet, heating, washing machine, kitchen, barbecue, microwave, refrigerator, electric kettle, kitchenware, oven, dining area with dining table, fax marble floors, and ground floor location. Airport shuttle service is offered for an additional charge. 24 hour front desk is also provided. Breakfast is available for an $8 charge.

Price: Starting at $41 per night

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