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InterContinental Luanda Miramar


Inspire Your Wanderlust

In the heart of Angola’s dynamic capital, InterContinental Luanda Miramar is a short walk from the city's palm-fringed bay, with its sweeping waterfront promenade. It’s also a gateway to the country’s spectacular deserts, rainforests and game reserves.

Soak In Your Surroundings

Fortaleza de São Miguel

Luanda's most important fort was established by the Portuguese and has impressive views over the Bay of Luanda. São Miguel fort was built in 1576 by Paulo Dias de Novais. It became the administrative center of the colony in 1627, the fort was for many years a self-contained town protected by thick walls encrusted with cannons.

Memorial de Agostinho Neto

The Dr. António Agostinho Neto Memorial (MAAN), also known as the Foguetão, is a monument built in the capital Luanda in honor of António Agostinho Neto, Angolan doctor, writer and politician, the country's main figure in the 20th century.

Museu da Moeda

The Museu da Moeda Luanda, or the Currency Museum of Luanda, is a unique institution in Angola that takes visitors on a journey through the history of money, from the Zimbo to the Kwanza. Managed by the National Bank of Angola, the museum houses extensive numismatic and notaphily collections, supplemented by various artifacts and audiovisual devices that shed light on Angola's past.

Palácio de Ferro

This is a historic building of Luanda, which according to historical sources, there are strong possibilities of being the author of Gustave Eiffel. This information was confirmed in 2015, when the French embassy in Angola classified the Iron Palace as a work by Gustave Eiffel. According to the aforementioned sources, the original set of the various pavilions that make up the Palace was designed by Gustave Eiffel for an international exhibition.

Miradouro da Lua

Miradouro da Lua is a set of cliffs 40 km south of Luanda, in the municipality of Belas, Angola. Over time, erosion caused by wind and rain created the lunar-like landscape we find today. Miradouro da Lua is a must-see tourist spot for those traveling from Luanda to Barra do Cuanza or to the beaches of Cabo Ledo.

Relax on Sangano Beach

Sangano Beach, a wide stretch of golden sand, is part of a larger national park. Snorkel the pristine waters, fish, or simply relax. Lush vegetation and bungalows offer a peaceful escape, and charming restaurants offer local delicacies. Try the grilled lobster on rice.

Shop for Local Crafts at Benfica Market

Just south of the city centre, Luanda’s Benfica Market is a wonderful place to shop for local handicrafts including jewellery, textiles, paintings, and baskets. Allow our concierge to arrange a guide to ensure the best bargains.

Surf at Cabo Ledo

The world-famous surfing beach, Cabo Ledo, lies a few hours south of Luanda. But it is worth the day trip. The beach has one of the world’s longest point breaks 500 metres and features a long slow left, making it the perfect destination for beginner surfers as well.

Avenida Nehru nº 2, Município do Sambizanga Luanda 000000 Angola

Phone: +244 226 300000