Bulawayo Club

The Bulawayo Club, situated in the heart of historic Bulawayo, occupies one of the most imposing buildings in the city. For those who appreciate the splendour and grace of a bygone age, take time off to savour one of the great bastions of Zimbabwe’s proud and diverse history at this newly renovated boutique hotel.

About The Bulawayo Club

Built in 1935, the foundation stone was laid by the Prince George, later King George VI of Great Britain. The Bulawayo Club is a distinguished gentlemen’s club of stunning architecture offering accommodation, dining, meetings, functions, snooker, historic library and bar.

Revelling in a unique tradition and now being lavishly renovated, be taken back to a time less stressed and cynical. The classic intimacy of this remarkable establishment will ensure that you will return time and time again.

While The Bulawayo Club has been lovingly renovated, much of the original furniture, fittings and early colonial artwork remains. Visitors will be walking in the steps of the giants, both illustrious and notorious, of southern African history.

Accomodation

Bulawayo Club AccomodationOn the second floor, the Club’s fifteen rooms have been brought into the 21st Century with décor and fabrics which complement the dignified surroundings. The rooms are light and welcoming, with the high ceilings, big windows and Oregon pine floors fashionable in a bygone era.

Standard rooms have either queen beds or twin double beds, overhead fans and ensuite bathrooms. Each room is unique, some with balconies overlooking Bulawayo’s streetlife, some courtyard-facing.

Two suites provide an adjoining lounge with satellite TV. On the same floor our Residents Lounge and balcony provides the convenience of a mini-bar, tea and coffee station and satellite TV.

Dining

Bulawayo Club Dining“Governors’ Restaurant” is one of the most gracious and memorable dining venues in the city where hotel residents and causal guests can enjoy a fine dining experience. The restaurant is served by the “Lobengula Cocktail Lounge” which commemorates the last king of Matabele people. Throughout the day, a light menu is available al fresco in “The Atrium.”

On the first floor, a suite of versatile meeting rooms handle a variety of functions, from board meetings to formal dinners, seminars and private celebrations.

The ground floor boasts the best billiards room in the city, as well as the famous “Long Bar” and the Member’s Library with its collection of rare book.

 

Facilities

  • Bulawayo Club SnookerIdeally situated in the heart of Bulawayo, the City of Kings, we can offer Fine dining at the Governors’ Restaurant, offering a classic culinary experience combined with a refreshing twist of modern Africa.
  • In The Lobengula Lounge you will sink back into the plush furnishings of a venue decorated with early sketches and paintings whilst sipping on appetizing cocktails
  • Accommodation on a Bed & Continental Breakfast basis, will delight our guests, blending a creative flair and deep passion of Zimbabwe’s roots
  • City tours and a chance to savour the matchless beauty of the nearby Matobo Hills
  • An up-to-date business centre with wireless internet access;
  • Airport transfers for businessmen and travellers;
  • Conferences, banquets, weddings and seminar facilities
  • Spend time reading some of the magnificent books and journals in our private library, many dating back to pre-colonial days {hotel guests only}
  • Join the local members in the Long Bar and allow them to relate the tales of old, or;
  • Try your hand at snooker on our 3 bravura tables {hotel guests only}.