The very best of Oasis in the City
Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi, chosen because if its position in the very heart of the country. The city has two contrasting faces: the bustling Old Town, and the landscaped City Centre. The city houses the offices and homes of civil servants and Government employees, the large diplomatic community and the many parastatals based there.
Rooms are en suite, air-conditioned, have digital satellite television, international direct dialing, Wi-Fi internet, email facilities and 220 volts power points (British standard).
This double room features a soundproofing, seating area and sofa.
This double room has a tile/marble floor, and double bed
This double room features a electric kettle, soundproofing and tile/marble floor.
Restuarant & Bars
The patio restaurant has an a la carte menu and offers a wide range of local and international dishes, buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. We serve traditional meals on Tuesdays and Fridays and remain the oldest restaurant in the city of Lilongwe which has kept the uniqueness alive to present day
Breakfast: 06h00 – 10h00
Lunch: 12h00 – 14h00
Dinner: 18h00 – 22h00
Sunbird has a private dining room that can accommodate up to 12 people.
Daily 12h00 – 00h00
Cocktail bar is a casual public bar with digital television and serves both local and international beverages.
Daily 15h00 – 22h00
Activities & Experiences
Sunbird Lilongwe offers a variety of activities and experiences for you to enjoy and experience first-hand.
An hour’s drive south of Lilongwe, on the M1, is Dedza Mountain. In Dedza itself, the famed Dedza pottery creates and exports its wares worldwide. This is their only viewing house. On your way, there are unimpeded views from the mountains here across Lake Malawi to the East, and far into Mozambique to the West. The pleasant climate and reliable rainfall means the area supplies much of Lilongwe’s fruit and vegetables.
Game & Lakeside trip
Kuti Game ranch, just outside Salima, is also an hour’s drive from Sunbird Lilongwe. It covers 3000 ha and is a haven for wildlife, from big mammals to hundreds of species of birds. Minutes from here you can visit Africa’s third largest lake to sample the fresh waters of Lake Malawi at Sunbird Livingstonia Beach.
Lilongwe, known as the Garden City, is developing at a tremendous speed and city tours include areas of interest such as New Parliament buildings, the Kamuzu Banda Mausoleum, War Memorial, the Tobacco Auction Floors, the Wildlife Centre, Lilongwe market and the Vendors market.
Is undoubtedly one of the Malawi’s very best birding localities, with many exotic species just 58km from the capital.
The Lilongwe Nature Sanctuary
Offers superb wildlife habitat for hyenas, golden weaver, mountain wagtail and many more.
Working Hours :
- Monday08:00 - 17:00
- Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
- Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
- Thursday08:00 - 17:00
- Friday08:00 - 17:00
- Saturday08:00 - 17:00
- SundayDay Off