Mount Meru Hotel, the Arusha’s famous hotel and Africa’s largest and most exciting conference destination is a 178 room 5* luxurious hotel. An oasis of tranquility on the Tanzania’s gateway to major tour tourist destination, the Mount Meru Hotel blends stylishly elegant African architecture with supremely luxurious accommodation; sparkling water gardens with a beautifully landscaped gardens and a wide choice of international restaurants. Tanzania is renowned for being the gateway to the Serengeti and annually, thousands flock through its borders in order to (hopefully) glimpse the migrating herds of wildebeest across its famed plains and see one of the few truly natural hunting grounds where predator and prey are free to roam, graze and hunt uninhibited. What visitors to Tanzania are simply astounded by (something National Geographic does not always highlight) are the other fantastic locations and the warmth and inviting nature of the Tanzanian people.
Situated at the foothills of Mount Meru in the city of Arusha, the Mount Meru Hotel lies on 15 acres of serene, lush and beautifully landscaped gardens incorporating a wide variety of indigenous trees, and offering sanctuary to a startling array of birds and butterflies. As the topographic centerpiece of the Arusha National Park, the hotel is also surrounded by some of Africa’s most breathtaking vistas, rich with a diverse array of wildlife, etched against the fertile slopes of this beautiful mountain, the fifth highest peak in Africa.
The Hotel is nestled against one of the most majestic backdrops ever imagined, the picturesque Mount Meru, sister peak to Africa’s highest summit, Mount Kilimanjaro. Keeper of myths and legends for centuries, this magnificent mountain is a photographer’s Mecca.
Amidst all the majesty of the natural landscape, the Hotel humbly echoes the brilliance of the jewel famed by the country of its origin, the Tanzanite. It succeeds in beautifully mirroring the surrounding magnificence as the pinnacle of splendor and grandeur Tanzania has to offer. You will have a difficult time finding a more idyllic destination to inspire the imagination and rejuvenate the senses.
Despite Arusha’s proximity to the Equator, the climate is surprisingly pleasant with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. Situated 1400m above sea level on the southern slopes of Mount Meru, even the humidity is kept at bay, not only making the Mount Meru Hotel a tranquil getaway in the middle of some of nature’s most