Victoria Falls Hotel


Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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Victoria Falls Hotel

The Victoria Falls Hotel evokes the glamour, style and sophistication of a time gone by.  The hotel is a landmark of the town, steeped in history. It has played host to many dignitaries in the past. The location, just a 10 minute walk along a private pathway from Victoria Falls themselves, makes this a very special place to stay.

Where better to stay in Victoria Falls than one of its oldest and most well-known establishments?

You can enjoy afternoon tea or a cocktail on the terrace overlooking the beautiful manicured gardens, with the muted thundering falls in the near distance and the fine spray rising up into the atmosphere.

Victoria Falls Bridge, leading to Zambia, can be seen from the gardens as well as the stunning Batoka Gorge. This elegant hotel oozes elegance and class at every turn, with rich teak furniture and wooden wall panelling and beautiful fabrics and artefacts all harking back to the colonial era of Victoria Falls.

While staying here, you have a choice of restaurants. Be sure to enjoy a meal in the signature Livingstone Room which offers sophisticated a la carte dishes, and dining in grand surroundings with attentive friendly service. For a more casual dining experience choose the Jungle Junction and dine indoors or alfresco.

Times to Go

Victoria Falls can be visited all year round, but if you want to see them in full flow then April-May is the best time, just be prepared to get a little wet!.

Victoria Falls Hotel highlights

  • A famous hotel, steeped in history
  • Easy walk to the Falls
  • Elegant & stylish
  • Afternoon tea in the gardens
  • Close to all activities in town

Victoria Falls Hotel location

Victoria Falls Hotel


  • 161 rooms
  • Open all year round
  • Children of all ages welcome


  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurants and bar
  • Spa
  • Tennis courts
  • WIFI


    (All activities are optional)

  • Sundowner cruise
  • Tour of Victoria Falls
  • Flight of the Angels
  • Bungee jump
  • Microlight
  • Canoeing
  • White water rafting
  • Game drives

Victoria Falls Hotel rooms

The Victoria Falls Hotel has 161 rooms in total. In addition to the rooms featured below there are 9 deluxe suites available too, including 2 Honeymoon Suites.

Standard Room

There are 64 standard rooms at the hotel with single, twin or double beds. The décor is traditional, in keeping with the style of the hotel. Fine wooden furniture creates an elegant finish. Bathrooms have a bathtub and shower. Some rooms are interleading, making them ideal for families.

Deluxe Room

There are 46 deluxe rooms in the main part of the hotel, these have twin or double beds. These rooms are larger than the standard rooms and look out onto the beautiful landscaped gardens. Some have views of the Batoka Gorge and the Victoria Falls Bridge, that leads to Zambia.

Stables Signature Wing Rooms

The hotel has 42 Stables Signature Wing rooms. These can be found in the stand-alone signature wing of the hotel, they have twin or double beds. These rooms are spacious, the en-suite boasts Victorian style bathtubs with a separate walk-in shower. Guest staying in the stable wing receive VIP treatment with extras such as private check-in, complimentary cocktail and afternoon tea, a massage, nightly turn down service and complimentary mini-bar.

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The African dust is firmly planted in Chris’s heart. Born in Tanzania she spent much of her childhood in and around Ruaha. Travel and safari was part of life and through into adulthood fun and travel has never left her.