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Palmeiras Guest House

Location & Contact Details
Address: Av. Patrice Lumumba 940/948
Maputo
Mozambique
Southern Africa
Contact : Celia Rocha
INT Tel (1) : +258-82-3069200 (Mozambique)
INT Tel (2) : +258-82-4716372 (Mozambique)
INT Tel (3) : +258-84-3069200 (Mozambique)
INT Fax : +258-21-300199 (Mozambique)
Cell : +258-21-300199

YOUR GUESTHOUSE IN MAPUTO

Welcome to Residencial Palmeiras

Palmeiras Guesthouse in Maputo is an ideal place to relax and recharge, whether you’re here on business or visiting Maputo for leisure. After the day’s business meetings, or taking in the sights of Maputo City, returning to Palmeiras is like coming home. Located in the heart of Maputo City, Palmeiras Guesthouse offers B&B accommodation as well as a self-catering cottage that sleeps up to 6 people. Everything we do is about personalized attention, familiar surroundings and a hearty welcome to Maputo.

Patio & Pool

At Residencial Palmeiras, we’re all about offering you a relaxing environment, even though we’re located in the middle of bustling Maputo City. Shaded by palm trees, our courtyard patio is a great place to sit with a good book and a cool drink.On sunny days (which are plentiful here), guests can cool down in our swimming pool!

Luxury Garden Room

Recently finished, Residencial Palmeiras now offers luxury garden rooms which bring our beautiful gardens into your bathroom. Sumptuously furnished, our new rooms are comfortable, beautiful and welcoming. With breakfast included, you won’t find a better home base to explore Maputo. All of our rooms have a private bathroom and are equipped with air conditioning to keep them cool on hot summer evenings. Cable TV with over 50 channels is also included, as well as coffee and tea making facilities. We have fax service and WiFi throughout the guesthouse. Our premises have 24 hour security service, and we offer secure parking for our guests. There is daily housekeeping and also laundry service on request.

Double Room

Couples visiting Residencial Palmeiras in Maputo will find our double rooms on bed and breakfast basis cozy, comfortable and right in the center of town. Welcome home! All of our rooms have a private bathroom and are equipped with air conditioning to keep them cool on hot summer evenings. Cable TV with over 50 channels is also included, as well as coffee and tea making facilities. We have fax service and WiFi throughout the guesthouse. Our premises have 24 hour security service, and we offer secure parking for our guests. There is daily housekeeping and also laundry service on request.

Self-catering Apartment

Coming to Maputo with children? Residencial Palmeiras has a self-catering apartment that can accommodate six guests. The apartment has three spacious bedrooms, an open-plan kitchen and lounge, private bathroom, garden and secure parking area. All of our rooms have a private bathroom and are equipped with air conditioning to keep them cool on hot summer evenings. Cable TV with over 50 channels is also included, as well as coffee and tea making facilities. We have fax service and WiFi throughout the guesthouse. Our premises have 24 hour security service, and we offer secure parking for our guests. There is daily housekeeping and also laundry service on request.

Good food - A good way to start your day in Maputo

A good way to start your day in Maputo: We believe that your stay at Residencial Palmeiras should be a solid base for exploring Maputo City. That’s why we take breakfast very seriously. Hearty food, fresh rolls, delicious marmalades and sweet Portuguese custard tarts are on the menu, and we’ll prepare whatever you’d like according to your wishes. It goes without saying that there’ll be a good pot of fresh coffee or tea to top it all off.

THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN MAPUTO CITY

Something about the city


Maputo is a colorful city with many things to see and experience. It’s a coastal town, with a long stretch of white beaches that are lined with shops and restaurants where you can relax and enjoy the tropical weather. Spend the day at the handicraft market haggling over ironwood statuettes or traditional batik capulanas. At night, you’ll see that Maputo is a city that never sleeps: the old town is littered with vibrant bars and restaurants with a booming night-life. At Residencial Palmeiras, we’re always happy to help you organize your day trips in Maputo.

MAPUTO BEACH:Maputo City is on the Pacfic Ocean, and it has a marvellous stretch of beach. Great for walks in the early morning, swimming in the afternoons, and a beer or two at the local

TUNDURU BOTANICAL GARDENS : Designed in 1885 by British gardener Thomas Honney, the Tunduru Botanical Gardens have recently been restored to their former beauty.

RESTAURANT: Lots and different type of restaurants and food. All of them with a great atmosphere, outside seating, and a smoky indoors bars we will give you good recommendations

MAPUTO CITY HALL: Seat of the local government of the capital city of Mozambique, this impressive neoclassical building was erected in 1947.

THE IRON HOUSE:This historic house was designed by Gustav Eiffel (or an associate) in the late 19th century as the city governor’s residence. Unfortunately, the iron plates covering it proved too hot to work in.

MAPUTO RAILWAY STATION: One of Maputo’s most imposing buildings, the railway station’s dome was designed by an associate of Gustav Eiffel. The station features impressive wrought-iron lattice work that’s worth a look. Inside is the Kulungwana Espaço Artístico, with a small exhibition of works by local and visiting artists, and sculptures and paintings for sale.

MAPUTO COASTAL FORT: In the mid-19th century, the Portuguese built Maputo’s fort near the site of an earlier (Dutch) fort. Nowadays, the fort contains a garden and a small museum on early Portuguese settlers. Here also, the carved wooden coffin of Ngungunhane (final ruler of the famed kingdom of Gaza) can be seen.

NATIONAL MONEY MUSEUM: Maputo’s National Money museum was created in 1860 and houses exhibits of local currency, ranging from early barter tokens to modern-day bills.

MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Besides taxidermy specimens with computer terminals providing explanations, an ethnography exhibit and a display containing what is probably the region’s only collection of elephant foetuses, the Museum of Natural History also boasts impressive Manueline architecture and a mural by Malangatana in its garden.

HANDICRAFT MARKET: There are handicraft markets in various locations in Maputo City. Barter with gusto, and you can find some treasures here, ranging from inlaid african hardwoord boxes, statues and chessboards with marble pieces to a simple fridge magnet. Look and you shall find.    

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