The Victoria Falls Hotel in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Set in the small town of Victoria Falls in western Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls Hotel has been the address of choice for Royal Families, statesmen, celebrities and adventurous vacationers as it occupies a fine location from which to explore the magical wonders of untamed Africa. The hotel’s grand Edwardian architecture reminisces a bygone era of grandeur. One of the oldest hotels in Africa, is combines old-fashioned, traditional elegance with warm and welcoming décor. Take in the stunning views of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, an acclaimed Natural Wonder of the World, and escape to an enchanting destination. Luxurious guest rooms with premium amenities, warm furniture and elegant décor create a relaxing retreat.
Enjoy the splendor of the colonial style swimming pool set among the beautifully landscaped gardens that overlook the famous Victoria Falls Bridge with the Batoka Gorge below. Guests can pamper themselves with a massage treatment or head out to take in the sights and explore this lovely region. When hunger strikes, delight on one of the many on-site dinning venue options. The hotel is renowned for its ever-cheerful staff and five-star service. A fine selection of wines and liqueurs is always available to complement the chef’s wonderfully innovative creations.
Location of The Victoria Falls Hotel
Nearest Airport: LVI
Amenities for The Victoria Falls Hotel
- Coffee Shop
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Wellness Center
- Internet Cafe
- Helicopter Tours
- Wildlife Viewing
- Four-Wheel Drive Excursions
- National Parks
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for The Victoria Falls Hotel
The last leg of our Safari was Victoria Falls. The lodges we had stayed were top notch. Were booked at this hotel - Stable Wing. Told this was the best by Travel Beyond. Obviously, they are ignorant. Being an amputee, had requested ADA. I should have realized Luxury Hotels do not know ADA. The walk to the Stable Wing is murder with steps and, railing. Bathroom had no ADA disabled shower. Nice tub but not for amputee. Wireless was non existent in the room. Complained, manager promised resolution but nothing till we checked out. Breakfast - raw eggs/poorly cooked. Left it. Dinner - one waiter serving a large group so for a simple one course meal - 2.5 hours The worst hotel in the world. I wish there was a way to file a litigation against them for fake advertising
khandheria - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I came to this hotel just to visit and have their famous afternoon tea (available till 17:30). You can have something else of course but it is really worth it! A pot of tea - they top up if you wish - and a 3 layer stand with scones, sandwiches and some cakes. It is 15 dollars each but you will enjoy a great atmosphere, service and view as well. Visit the hotel, it is magic.
AnnaRog - Milan, Italy
Spent my final day in Vic falls recovering from the carnival by the pool for most of the morning and mid afternoon I was well taken care of with a good constant supply of fresh fruit juices before moving onto the Stanley terrace for a late afternoon lunch. While on my way there from the pool I also got to encounter the local wild life in the form of a monkey. Topped it of with a visit to the spa where Cynthia has magic hands! Also I need to mention Melissa and Rumbie (Never got surnames) two staff members who are an asset to the hotel for showing me such wonderful and genuine hospitality during my stay.
Tmtmtl - Theresa, New York
Firstly, the Grand Old Lady is immaculately presented from the exterior, and has breathtaking views from the gardens looking out over to the bridge taking you from Zim to Zam. The staff are accommodating and welcoming and we were appreciative to be let into our room a couple of hours before check in time. Unfortunately we were unable to dine in the Livingstone Room due to a staff booking error. Without going into detail, it would have been one of the highlights of our stay, though I was impressed at the concern shown by upper management, and the professional handling of the issue. Would i recemmen staying here, 100% yes, it is an icon of Victoria Falls, I would also caution someone to triple check their reservations even after being confirmed.
xlawrencex - Hamilton, New Zealand
We're big fans of historical hotels and the Victoria Falls Hotel did not disappoint. Many old hotels reflect on their past but at the VFH we felt like we were living it. Staff were amazing and rooms very comfortable. Twice a week the hotel offers a dinner and ride on an old steam train that leaves from the hotels grounds.
hawbali - Bali/Singapore