The Hotel

With dramatic views of the gorges of Zimbabwe's spectacular Victoria Falls, The Victoria Falls Hotel, built by the British in 1904, was originally conceived as accommodation for workers on the Cape-to-Cairo railway) and today it is a famous luxury brand . Now a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. Serene Lily ponds, arched loggias and broad verandas – offering magnificent vistas - seem custom-built for a spot of high tea or a relaxed gin and tonic, while a private path leads to the falls, an idyllic 10-minute walk away. Some rooms offer stunning views of the gorges and bridge below.

The Victorian Falls Hotel offers a wide range of facilities including an Edwardian-style pool, five star spa, several lounges, bars and a renowned restaurant. Also, nestled inside the hotel on the ground floor is this superb gallery where a selection of Larry Norton's latest original works are on view. Larry Norton grew up on a game farm in Zimbabwe and started drawing as a boy, beginning a professional career in 1988. He has since developed into Zimbabwe’s most acclaimed wildlife artist and has staged successful exhibitions around the world, including in London and New York.

The Rooms

Echoing its glorious pedigree since 1904, The Victoria Falls Hotel features 161 rooms and suites - truly a five-star experience of pure grandeur. Style, glamour and sophistication are hallmarks of the Executive Suites, which are luxuriously appointed with warm, inviting décor.

A member of the prestigious, invitation-only The Leading Hotels of the World, The Victoria Falls Hotel is renowned for impeccable service, luxurious accommodation and exceptional facilities, including complimentary wi-fi for all guests.

The 42 Deluxe Rooms of the exclusive, stand-alone Stables Signature Wing are ideal for small family or tour groups seeking personalised serviced. All are precisely the same lavish size and style with their own central courtyard, private lounge, exclusive check-in area and direct access to the front lawns. Afternoon teas and pastries are complimentary as is a massage voucher for each special guest.

Dining & High Tea

The Victoria Falls Hotel offers several wonderful dining options and is well known for it's High Tea.

Stanley’s Terrace offers tantalizingly more than just our famous High Tea – it is also a magically delightful setting for light meals throughout the day. Traditional afternoon tea is served daily, with spectacular views of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray from the Falls below.

Dining at Jungle Junction offers an unforgettable experience, gazing over the gorge and the spray of the Falls, with a fusion of flavors of Africa. Nightly entertainment from various ethnic groups, including the spiritual, masked Makishi, epitomizes the spirit of Africa. Lavish buffets at the casual Jungle Junction are but one of the many choices for breakfast and dinner.

The classically-elegant Edwardian-style Livingstone Room, which was totally refurbished in 2013, seats 120 and opens only for dinner, featuring a la carte and table d’hôte menus,

Located next to the exquisite pool our open-air bar serves a full range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and also offers a tempting barbecue (a braai in local lingo). Guests can also order light meals and snacks that are served under the several thatched gazebos.

Little is more relaxing than a sundowner in our snug bar. Enjoy the signature cocktails, or a gin and tonic perhaps, at Stanley’s Bar whilst enjoying the ambiance. As the day draws to a close ,this is the ideal pre-dinner spot. The hotel's homemade non-alcoholic lemonade is a splendid option any time of the day. 24 hour room service is also available to all guest.

The Victoria Falls Hotel


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