17 January 2018
ED takes over Bob's globe-trotting too?
$150m waste: Vic Falls airport shocker
Grace, Bob sanctions review in February
Africa handled Mugabe ouster: Namibia Pres
SA: Student fails; kills Zim teacher
Zim family still at Thailand airport
Mnangagwa off to Zambia Friday
Special corruption courts soon: CJ Malaba
SMM saga: Letter to RBZ chairperson
Minister sells post-Bob Zimbabwe in Spain
Racism: Malema party storms H&M stores
Donel Mangena rocks The Voice UK
Mourinho says 'relaxed' about Sanchez
Bangladesh easily beat Zimbabwe
'Shit-hole': Just Take moral high ground
ZHUWAO BRIEF: ED-iots and election delay
Trump rage ignores truth: A response
ED govt legitimacy & the church’s role
World Cup: Hotels, pubs come up with new tricks

Cashing in ... Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre has set up a soccer fan city

21/06/2014 00:00:00
by Staff Reporter
World Cup: Brazil ready - after delays, protests
World Cup: Yaya Toure in race to be fit
Cameroon off to Brazil, as strike ends
Gorowa picks locals for Mozambique

THE on-going 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer extravaganza in Brazil has had one headache for many soccer crazy Zimbabweans.

Some of its mouth-watering ties are being staged during the country's wee hours when city life would virtually be dead.

But intent on restoring the excitement usually experienced in sports bars and other night joints during popular soccer matches, enterprising bar owners have pulled different tricks from their bags.

One of them is indeed the Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre which has launched the Rainbow 2014 World Cup Soccer Fan City. The Harare International Conference Centre has been converted into an indoor soccer stadium.

With a 4,500 seating capacity, HD 8m by 12m theatre screens, high quality surround sound system, secure parking, food, drinks and no power cuts, the fan city provides soccer lovers an opportunity to watch football amid 5000 more cheering fans.

Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre brings you the excitement and euphoria being experienced in Brazil closer home.

Several packages have been launched which range from the US$999 VIP suite day use packages that allow one to watch football in one of the hotel’s luxurious suites.

This package accommodates up to 10 people and it includes snack platters, imported whiskies and beers and day use of the room.

Corporates wanting to entertain their clients to a World Cup match are best suited for this package.

Because some of the games will be played during the night, the hotel has come up with an affordable $89 bed and breakfast per person sharing package that include access to the Rainbow Fan City theatre, food and drinks whilst watching the game.

Other packages range from US$30, US$15 to US$5.

The US$30 package is a VIP offer in the Rainbow Fan City auditorium and it includes snack platters and drinks. The drinks range from imported beers and wines to local selections.

The US$15 dollar package includes entrance plus food and a six-pack. The US$5 package is for the no frills attached soccer lovers, who would want to watch soccer in numbers and do not necessarily want food and beverages.


There will be live entertainment in between matches courtesy of Power FM DJ's and lots of instant prizes to be won.

Tickets can be bought from the Rainbow Tourism Group Central reservations office at the Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Centre or one can buy their ticket on the actual day at the HICC main entrance.

Social network sites have been awash with fans looking forward to the matches and hoping that they will provide good entertainment.

Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it






Face Book



comments powered by Disqus
RSS NewsTicker