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This quiet place near the lighthouse has spotless, well-equipped rooms with views to the sea upstairs, and a couple of four-person family rooms with bunk beds downstairs. All rooms have mosquito nets...
3 star hotel
Modern, comfortable rooms in the heart of the baixa, one and a half blocks north of Praça do Metical.
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Golden Peacock Resort Hotel is located in Beira. Free WiFi access is available in this resort. The accommodation will provide you with a TV and air conditioning...
3.5 star hotel
Property Location Hotel Tivoli Beira is centrally located in Beira, walking distance from Praca do Municipio and close to Beira Cathedral. This hotel is within the vicinity of Beira Beach...
4 star hotel
Property Location Centrally located in Tete, Park Inn by Radisson Tete is convenient to Samora Machel Bridge and Tete Cathedral. This 4-star hotel is convenient to Governer's Palace...
Property Location Rainbow Hotel Mocambique is centrally located in Beira, walking distance from Praca do Municipio and close to Beira Cathedral. This hotel is within the vicinity of Beira Beach...
Beira Guest House has clean, comfortable and well-appointed rooms in Ponta Gêa, just off Rua do Comandante Gaivão. Breakfast is included; there are no other meals.
Set on a breezy rise overlooking Makuti beach at the end of Avenida das FPLM, this long-standing camping ground remains popular, as does the bar-restaurant...
Located on the edge of town in Bairro Artes e Ofício, this tranquil place has clean, good-value rooms, tasty meals with advance notice and hot water bathrooms. The gates close at 9pm.
This pleasant place in the town centre has clean, comfortable twin-bed rooms set in large, manicured grounds. All rooms have fridge, window screens and private bathrooms with hot water. Breakfast costs extra...
Bright paintings give a bit of ambience to this otherwise rather soulless hotel. Rooms – located around a central cement courtyard – are clean and fine.
Explore Gorongosa runs walking safaris and canoe trips from its base in a semi-permanent tented camp in one of the most scenic sections of the park...
Located at Chitengo park headquarters, with comfortable, recently renovated rondavels scattered around an expansive, grassy compound, a handful of rooms and a camping ground with ablution blocks and hot water...
About 9km outside the main gate, and 500m off the park access road, is this unsignposted, unnamed campsite with lovely camping...
Near the old cathedral, this faded budget choice has reasonable rooms with fan, sink and bucket showers, a central location near the river and inexpensive meals. Breakfast costs extra.
The Chuabo is a Quelimane institution, one of the few hotels anywhere in the country that managed to stay running throughout the war years...
This popular midrange hotel opposite Praça dos Heróis has bland but good-value rooms, efficient staff, a small pool, tiny gym and a restaurant. It’s often fully booked.
In a high-rise building in a congested section of town a few blocks from LAM, Infante has small, clean rooms (some with fan and shared bathroom, others with air-con and private bathroom) and a restaurant.
This multistorey place in the town centre compensates for its lack of ambience with comfortable, modern rooms and good facilities. There’s also a restaurant.
About 7km outside town along the Beira road, with straightforward rooms around expansive grounds, a restaurant and a pool.
The Miramar offers reasonably priced, no-frills rooms – some with private bathroom, most with TV – near the water (no beach), but inconvenient for the rest of town.
Just back from the river, and just off the N103, Hotel Nhungué has unexciting but spacious rooms around a courtyard. All come with satellite TV, and there’s a restaurant. Ask about weekend discounts.
Catering to business travellers, this place has modern, comfortable twin- and double-bed rooms – all with minifridge and satellite TV – around a small garden, and offers a breakfast buffet...
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