The Rhodes Nyanga Hotel is a 24 roomed boutique Hotel with en suite bathrooms. Set in manicured gardens with breathtaking views from a veranda overlooking the lake, the hotel is furnished in true colonial fashion and boasts rondavels which are westernised versions of the traditional African hut, a style popularised during the turn of the century. This hotel has a bar, restaurant, lounge with Wi-Fi service. Conference and meeting facilities are available.
The Rhodes Nyanga Hotel was built by Cecil John Rhodes as his holiday home back in 1800. This place would later be converted into a hotel in the year 1933. This is the only hotel in the Nyanga National Park.