Magnificently perched on the spectacular rim of Zomba Plateau in Malawi Interior, south of the country, Sunbird Ku Chawe Hotel is an oasis of blissful existence with commanding views of Shire Highlands and Mount Mulanje. This exquisite hotel is conveniently positioned a mere 30-minute drive down the mountain to the old colonial capital of Zomba, and an hour and a half to Blantyre making it an ideal stop-over for visitors flying in and out of the area.
This stunning hotel in Zomba offers superb accommodation in 37 tastefully decorated en-suite rooms, each with satellite TV, telephone, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning as well as a cosy fireplace for warmth on wintry evenings. Ku Chawe offers 4 accommodation options, which include a hillside suite, superior rooms, deluxe rooms and hillside deluxe rooms.
Ku Chawe offers a beautifully landscaped garden that offers breathtaking sceneries of the surrounding area. The hotel also offers the Mulunguzi Restaurant which serves both local and intercontinental cuisine on a comprehensive a la carte menu. The Bastions Bar is well stocked with a selection of wines.
This Malawi Interior hotel caters for both business and leisure travellers alike, playing host to conferences and corporate events. There are 2 Conference Rooms with a total capacity of 50 delegates to accommodate various conference requirements. Amenities include flip charts, audio-visual equipment LCD projectors among others.
Be in touch with Mother Nature as you languidly stroll in the landscaped gardens at Ku Chawe Inn, or if you are in the mood for some adventure, take advantage of the exhilarating exploits the area has to offer. With a plethora of walking trails available on Zomba, guests are never at a loss for anything to do at the hotel.
During the dry season, trips can be arranged to Liwonde National Park on the banks of the Shire River. Here guests can see an abundance of wildlife including elephant, hippo, crocodile and antelope as well as over 400 species of bird.
A visit down to Zomba town in the valley below will see guests mingling with the locals on their tour of the markets, Botanical gardens, the Commonwealth War Graves memorial, and many distinctive colonial buildings.