Simama hotel adds beauty to Lilongwe

Newly opened Simama Hotel has added value to the beauty of Malawi’s capital city Lilongwe.simama hotel

The hotel is owned by Bishop Abraham Simama of the Glorious Light International Church and Chairman of Simama General Dealers Company Limited.

It competes favourably with international standards of comfort, service and facilities. It is securely located near Lilongwe Community Ground along Kamuzu Professional Road.

The hotel has 52 luxurious en-suite rooms ranging from standard rooms, deluxe rooms and executive suites.

All rooms have air conditioners, LCD televisions sets, DStv, tea and coffee making facilities, special imported linen, ceramic tiles and turn-down service.

Simama hotel has a spacious restaurant boasts of the widest menu options complemented with the Malawian traditional dishes.

“We guarantee quality and exceptional service,” said Bishop Simama.

Simama called on Malawians to support the hotel which he said has created employment to 100 Malawians.

The Bishop revealed that the hotel project came to him as a vision from God.

He commended the Malawi Government for allowing him to import magnificent furniture from Republic of China on duty free status.

“Malawi’s hospitality industry is now competitive and the demand is for quality standards. At Simama hotel we don’t compromise on quality,” he said.

They have also conference facilities.

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10 thoughts on “Simama hotel adds beauty to Lilongwe”

  1. Noaxy says:

    Mawindo ang’ono mukunenawo ndi a toilet and shower amalawi munatani kodi

  2. Chindazi says:

    Guys…. you need to appreciate what developments fellow Malawians are doing….. the flowers you are talking about are in the M1 Road…….. How do you expect a hotel with aircons to have big windows like your bedroom or living room……

    Visit the hotel then you comment….. do not just talk talk…

    You will see him making money out of this and you keep on begging……

  3. johnM says:

    How can you say that it has added beauty to Lilongwe? This is one of the most ugly buildings I have ever seen. There is no beauty there at all.

  4. ujeni says:

    who certified this building? everything is not straight, look at the windows for example, I shudder to think of the foundation. disaster waiting to happen, remember kips?

  5. ujeni says:

    Another eyesore look at the tiny windows, not even straight, is it a prison? Where are polytechnic graduate architectures, we need shiny beautiful glassy illuminating skyscrapers not building all cement with tiny window like it is a prison

  6. DR. SAN- ABACHA . WAKUMALOWA -KWAMAGODI says:

    Kodi Hotel yo akuyimanga kumene bwanji nanga maluwawotu akuoneka kuti ndi akalekaletu ,kapena munayambakudzala maluwa musana mangepo kanthu .

  7. How did this Bishop acquire his wealthy???
    Mediocre building though!

  8. Chindazi says:

    SIMAMA…… this is good development…… we need more pipo of such….

  9. Alfred Munduwabo says:

    Please , this is not an Islamic country worse than that Bishop Simama is not there to serve Muslims , let him do business the way it is supposed to be.

    Let Muslims who are in hotel business industry to told not to sell alcohol in there hotels.

  10. wangawanga says:

    Hotels in malawi are very expensive him the bishop sholud publish the fares of his hotel . some people they do willing to use hotels when they are away from home but because of the room price they end-up sleeping in chigwirizano a place called a no go zone for Christians.
    If rev simama is honest enough let him give good fares. No bar in the hotel and sld be haraari restraunt

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