An atmosphere steeped in history, combining the charm of the old with the comfort and convenience of today.
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About Victoria Falls Hotel
The Victoria Falls Hotel is the 'Grand Dame' of Victoria Falls. For almost 100 years, visiting members of Royal Families, international statesmen, and celebrities have preferred to stay at this elegant landmark hotel.
The architecture reflects Edwardian style at its height with numerous corridors, archways, and columns, and extensive wood paneling.
The hotel is set on verdant lawns, adorned with beautiful flowers, shrubs and indigenous trees. There is a lovely brick terrace at the top of the garden from where guests can relax in deep wicker chairs and look out to the famous railway bridge enveloped in the mist of the falls.
This is the perfect place from which to admire the falls over morning coffee and fresh pastries, afternoon high tea, or in the evening while sipping a Livingstone cocktail. Light casual meals are also served on the Terrace. For a more traditional colonial experience, guests are invited to don appropriate evening wear and enjoy a special dinner with dancing in the gracious Livingstone room. Stanley's refectory room and the Bulawayo Room make discreetly luxurious and cozy after dinner retreats.
The ensuite bedrooms are also constructed in the style of the Edwardian era, many with period antiques. Well decorated and very comfortable, they are a welcome reward after a full-day of sightseeing. The Edwardian theme is further reflected in the bathroom's black and white tiling, and claw foot bathtub.