For almost 100 years, visiting members of Royal families, international and local statesmen, and celebrities worldwide, have preferred to stay at The Victoria Falls Hotel, where they are assured of privacy and care. An atmosphere steeped in history, combining the charm of the old with the comfort and convenience of today. It is one hotel that can truly claim to be unique.
For almost 100 years, visiting members of Royal families, international and local statesmen, and celebrities worldwide, have preferred to stay at The Victoria Falls Hotel, where they are assured of privacy and care. An atmosphere steeped in history, combining the charm of the old with the comfort and convenience of today.
Luxurious Accommodation with Breathtaking Views
Our rooms are decorated in a manner that recaptures the comfortable charm of a bygone age, with colonial prints, four-poster and canopied beds, antique furniture and well-chosen artifacts. Modern facilities and amenities mingle well with the old-fashioned ambience, including such 21st century travellers' necessities as personal safes, minibars, bathrobes, digital satellite television and even umbrellas for the convenience of guests visiting the Rain Forest surrounding the Falls. Deluxe Rooms and Suites in the original section of the hotel offer breathtaking views across the deep Zambezi River gorge to the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray of the Falls.
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The Livingstone Room offers elegant dinner and dancing with a classic á la carte menu. As a result of many requests from visitors, The Victoria Falls Hotel has decided to relax aspects of the long-standing dress code in force in its premier dining venue, The Livingstone Room. This is in recognition of the fact that many travellers do not bring with them the more formal clothes that have until now been mandatory in this restaurant. Smart casual wear will now be acceptable in The Livingstone Room at dinner each evening. The fine silver-service dining experience that visitors have come to expect will continue to be the order of the day, however. Stanley's Terrace offers an A la Carte lunch, afternoon tea, sundowners, light dinner and á la carte menu.
David Livingstone, intrepid explorer, siting the Falls for the first time from his dugout canoe, in November 1855, could hardly believe his eyes at such a spectacle. It is widely accepted that it was he who brought the discovery to the rest of the world; the Falls were named after his Queen Empress, Victoria. The hotel has its own private path to the Victoria Falls, which is less than a 10 minute walk away. There are two all-weather, floodlit tennis courts on site. A full range of other sports is available nearby, including an 18-hole, championship golf course at Elephant Hills Resort (5 minutes drive from The Victoria Falls Hotel), Casino located at the Kingdom Hotel (5 minutes walk from The Victoria Falls Hotel); white water rafting; bungee jumping; canoeing; microlighting; game walks and drives; elephant back safaris; helicopter flights over the Falls and cruises on the Zambezi.
(Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, Bulawayo, Matobo National Park)
You catch sight of a spotted hide moving quickly through the tall grasses. In an instant, the leopard emerges and you lock eyes with the magnificent cat before you. The gaze lasts for only 3… maybe 4 seconds, but you are forever changed.
ZIMBABWE - Excursion to the world renowned Victoria Falls.
(Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, Mana Pools, Bulawayo, Matobo National Park)
This itinerary features Victoria Falls, combing the best game viewing and cultural highlights of Zimbabwe. Enjoy hikes, game drives and more as you explore this amazing country on your own terms.
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