Livingstone International Airport
The Royal Livingstone is a luxurious hotel situated on the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls. The hotel stretches along the banks of the Zambezi River and is just a short walk to the entrance of The Victoria Falls.
The main hotel is a sequence of thatch roofed buildings, most of them African in their influence, which incorporate the lounge, restaurant, and bar. A classic swimming pool visually links the waters of the river with the terraces of the hotel, with a sweeping timber deck planted in the swirling waters of the Zambezi. The Sun Deck is a lovely area built directly over the Zambezi, and affording views of the Falls, is a favourite for light lunches and early evening drinks.
Accommodation is in 173 spacious en-suite rooms: 113 with twin beds, and 54 with king-size beds. Each room has its private veranda. Three suites offer a separate lounge and bedroom, while the Presidential Suite offers an additional, optional separate bedroom. There are two rooms with disabled facilities. All guestrooms are elegantly decorated, each room has large beds with white linen, satellite television, air-condition, mini bar, mini safe, telephone, tea, and coffee-making facilities. Bathrooms are in Victorian style with a shower and a bath.
There is a large range of activities on offer near Victoria Falls that can be arranged at an additional cost by the hotel. These include game viewing, bungee jumping, white water rafting, helicopter flights, horse riding, the gorge swing and many more.
Guests staying at this iconic hotel will be able to enjoy use of the onsite spa, as well as massages beside the Zambezi River. With the Victoria Falls a mere five-minute walk away, guests will be able to hear the spray and roar of water as they explore the beautiful grounds. One of the most unforgettable experiences is a helicopter or microlight flight over the Falls where guests will get panoramic views and a real view of just how mighty it is.
There is also a Conference Centre which has capacity for up to 12 people. The meeting room is well equipped and features a large mahogany table with leather backed chairs and wooden panelling.
The small town of Livingstone established in pre-colonial times is the Zambian base for visitors to the Victoria Falls. The town of Livingstone, named after David Livingstone - the first European to set eyes on the Victoria Falls and the surrounding area, sits on a sandy plateau in the Southern Province of Zambia. It was established in 1907 and it was actually Zambia's capital in pre-colonial times.
The estimated population of Livingstone is over 136,897, with the majority of the people being of the Tonga speaking population. Livingstone town seems like a place almost stuck in time, lined with colonial British architecture in the main road, but also with modern as well as African designs. A few of the hotels and lodges in and around Livingstone also reflect the old European influence both architecturally and in the interior design.
Although it is situated 10 kilometres away from the actual Victoria Falls, Livingstone receives guests from all over the world, who want to enjoy the world wonder, as well as the many exciting activities that both side of the Falls have to offer.
All ages welcome
3 Livingstone Suites
1 Presidential Suites
All ages welcome
Royal Livingstone hotel, Livingstone, Zambia
All ages welcome