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Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls Hotel has earned international acclaim for its Edwardian elegance and charm. The hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Zimbabwe, established around the turn of the last century and has recently been refurbished. Rooms are decorated with colonial prints, four-poster and canopied beds, antique furniture and well-chosen artifacts. Modern facilities and amenities mingle well with the old-fashioned ambience, including such 21st century necessities such as personal safes, mini-bars, bathrobes, digital satellite television and even umbrellas for the convenience of guests visiting the rain forest surrounding the falls. Deluxe Rooms and Suites in the original section of the hotel offer breathtaking views across the deep Zambezi River gorge to the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray of the falls. The hotel offers laundry service, disabled accommodation, a touring desks, packed breakfasts and lunches for guests taking day excursions, a hair salon, beauty therapist offering massage and a variety of other pampering beauty treatments, library and reading rooms, business centre and two curio shops. Cool off and enjoy the glorious Edwardian swimming pool set among beautiful landscaped gardens, overlooking the famous Victoria Falls-bridge. The Livingstone Room delivers a fine silver-service dining, Stanley’s Terrace serves A la Carte lunch, traditional high tea in the afternoon, sundowners and light dinners, while the “Jungle Junction” offers breakfast and dinner buffets with Makishi dancers and an indigenous choir entertaining every night. The hotel has its own private path to the Victoria Falls less than a 10 minute walk away. There are two all-weather, floodlit tennis courts on site. A full range of other sports and activities are available nearby, including an 18-hole championship golf course, a casino, white water rafting; bungee jumping; canoeing; micro-light flights; game walks and drives; elephant back safaris; helicopter flights over the Falls and cruises on the Zambezi.

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