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The Victoria Falls Hotel is exceptional: Its location close to the falls with outstanding views towards the bridge, its reminiscence to past colonial days, its elegance and its class (particularly at this place!).
Check in was with a warm welcome by elegant ladies who waited...More
The hotel is a delightful relic of the British colonial era, well preserved and maintained. The staff are lovely. The rooms adequate. I would not recommend the Livingston Restaurant: the food was average and overpriced. Slow service, and a pianist who plays loudly and non-stop...More
We stayed one night only, but enjoyed our stay very much. The room was a decent size, a super-king bed with mosquito net over it, chaise-longue, desk, fridge, separate wardrobe/luggage area with a safe. The bathroom was very nice. Perhaps a little tired, the doors...More
Lovely hotel that is a total throwback to colonial times. Nicely appointed rooms - again everything about this hotel says "period piece" - excellent location with a view of the Falls and bridge. The food was good - nothing special. The fine dining in the...More
Management response:Responded October 9, 2016
Thank you for your comments which are noted. The Victoria Falls Hotel's source markets are American, European, Middle Eastern primarily and the Safari tours start in Cape Town with extensions to Chobe/Botswana and Victoria Falls.
There is a new Kenya Airways route from Nairobi to...More
The calling card of this hotel for us was its location. You can see the Victoria Falls bridge from the lawn of the hotel and can easily walk to the Falls directly from the property. It's a short walk, and then you pay to enter...More