August 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Some locations really benefit from a traditional approach. None more than Victoria Falls. The grandeur of the Falls themselves is well matched by the colonial splendour of the Victoria Falls Hotel. To add to this and with no hint of complacency the hotel was in a grand style and so atmospheric that I almost expected residents in impeccable Edwardian dress to join us on the Stanley Terrace for afternoon tea. The hotel is very well maintained and whilst the large rooms have a style from bygone years it seems totally fitting, still clean and fresh and totally in keeping with the setting. Too many older hotels seem to be sad relics of past glories with out of place modernisations but the Victoria Falls Hotel does not have this feel at all. It just felt totally right. The saying "location, location, location" should have been coined for this hotel. With an amazing vista of the sun rising through the spray in the early morning (which we could see from our room - do go for a Deluxe room) the occasional rainbow over the Falls as you look down the sloping lawns (maintained by a small tribe of delightful warthogs), the view of the river running under the iconic railway bridge, not to mention being able to wander down a sandy track straight to the entrance to the Falls park in a few minutes. Real care was shown by all the staff. Nothing was ever too much trouble and you always felt that they genuinely cared that you enjoyed your time at the hotel. Special mention should go to the Stanley Terrace staff (in our view this was simply the best place to be for lunch, tea, drinks and dinner) and Sharon at Customer services. That said everyone we encountered was worthy of congratulation. It graces itâ€™s superb location and is certainly THE place to stay on a visit to the Falls.
DSP0013 - Templecombe, United Kingdom
The Victoria Falls Hotel is a classic British Hotel ---stylish, elegant, picture perfect and immaculate service. We stayed in a deluxe room with breath taking views of the falls and the bridge and spectacular gardens. The Service was brilliant and the area was breathtakingly beautiful. We even did the afternoon tea at the hotel and KUDA ( the guy who served us on our table) was very warm and brilliant in customer service.
Priya A - Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
This hotel is a horrifically bad value for the money. At nearly $500/night you would expect pretty good service and amenities. At the Vic hotel you get neither. The grounds and the common areas are well maintained, but this is where the good stops and the terrible begins. Our travails started with the pickup at the airport, where the hotel provided driver had decided to leave before we had cleared the painfully slow customs. The rooms themselves were beyond unacceptable. Where shall I begin? Let's start with the peeling paint and grime on the windows (something that a fresh coat of paint would address), continue on to the super cheap looking toilet bowl with rust water stains running down the middle, to the $2 stained Walmart-style shower curtain, to the rusty shower curtain rod, to the rubber mat that belongs in a $30/night Motel 6, to the single electrical outlet in the entire room, the disappointments kept coming from every direction. Don't take my word for it, just look at the attached photos. And let's not forget about the restaurants. If you spend $100 on a dinner for two at the Jungle Restaurant you get Old Country Buffet quality at a decidedly higher price point. I am pretty tolerant of a few misses here and there, but the Vic is such an underwhelming experience that it boggles the mind how they get such good reviews. A hotel does not qualify as 5-star just because it has a pretty view from the lawn. The Vic is, on balance, at most a 3 star hotel worth around $150/night, with $50 of that solely because of the view.
GroovyGeek - San Diego, California, USA
The Victoria Falls hotel looks and feels exactly like a Grand Dame of a British hotel -- highly, highly recommend. The grounds are immaculate, the rooms look like" Out of Africa", the view of the bridge to Zambia and the Zambezi River is to die for and the staff are friendly and knowledgeable. Love, love, love this hotel!
viv_s_2004 - Earth
This grand old hotel is a fantastic place to stay. We had a deluxe suite; the room and view are exceptional. This hotel occupies a prime location that cannot be beat. Even if you don't stay here, you have to come check out patio and view. High tea is worth it. The food and service is exceptional.
happytraveler12015 - Arlington, Virginia