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Royal Livingstone Hotel

Royal Livingstone Hotel
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What better way to witness the greatest show in Africa than a stay at the original colonial Grand Dame? Set on the lush banks of the Zambezi River overlooking the mighty Victoria Falls, the five-star Royal Livingstone Hotel offers you sights that are nothing short of spectacular.

Set in the World Heritage Site of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, and furnished with memorabilia of the famed colonial explorer after which the hotel is named, the Royal Livingstone Hotel weaves a vivid and evocative experience of the Africa of a bygone era. Accommodation at the Royal Livingstone Hotel consists of luxurious guest rooms, all with private verandas with views of the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls. Furnished in soft earth tones, with crisp white linen and Victorian baths these rooms ensure comfort and sophistication. Guests can make use of the unique butler service offered by the hotel, as it maintains its high degree of service excellence. Allow yourself to be pampered at the Royal Beauty Salon or sip a cocktail beside the sparkling pool. Dining at the Royal Livingstone Hotel combines a gentle mix of old-world flair and contemporary sophistication. Gentle flavours can be savoured under softly lit chandeliers or on the veranda in the warm African night air. Leisurely breakfasts, al fresco lunches and traditional high teas are served on the veranda overlooking the verdant lawns and the Zambezi River. Soak up romantic evenings and fine celebrations with specially arranged private dinners set outdoors under the open night sky. As a guest staying at the Royal Livingstone, you will enjoy free and unlimited access to the Victoria Falls, which is less than a five-minute walk away.

Located just a short walk from the Victoria Falls the hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the magnificent surroundings. Game viewing can be conducted at the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park as well as the Chobe National Park, alternatively a river safari can be held on the Zambezi River. A unique way of enjoying the landscape is on horseback or elephant back or, for the young at heart, on board a helicopter.