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EDWARDIAN STYLE HOTEL Established in 1904, The Victoria Falls Hotel overlooks the magnificent Batoka Gorge with the Victoria Falls only a 10 minute walk away through the hotel’s path, 22km from Victoria Falls Airport. FACILITIES – This gracious Edwardian – style hotel is set in lush gardens, with three restaurants, a swimming pool, spa, hair salon, gym, mini golf (putt putt), in addition assortment of local art throughout the hotel grounds. The hotel epitomises the romance of grand travel with total relaxation. The highlight is traditional High Tea on the terrace and dinner at Jungle Junction offering a view of the Victoria Falls Bridge and Batoka Gorge, displaying the spectacular African show at night. ACCOMMODATION - The 161 en-suite bedrooms and suites are fully air conditioned, with telephones, complimentary Wi-Fi and satellite television.
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I spent a lovely afternoon in the patio for high tea and some cocktails. In addition to the gorgeous view towards the bridge and a truly impeccable service, I enjoyed very much the inbetween-service conversation with Ashton, my waiter this afternoon. He told me so...More
I have stayed at this hotel three times now. Unbelievable location, history and service is outstanding. I would not stay anywhere else in Victoria Falls. Fantastic restaurants and cultural performances . Right opposite the railway station if you arrive by ROVOS rail.
They will hold...More
Great place to stay in Victoria Falls. The view of the Victoria Falls bridge is excellent. Food and service were great. The interesting thing is the wildlife. There are monkeys and baboons roaming the property. They shy away from people but if they find an...More
This historic property aims to please its overnight guests, diners, and tourists. The common areas, grounds, and rooms hark back to another time and you can almost feel the bustle of times’ past.
Some elements of a stay here are tired and a little worn...More
High tea is served on the terrace, with a magnificent view of the gardens, valley and bridge until 5-30pm. So we turned up at 4-30pm, which is a much quieter time (high tea visitors are finishing and sunset lovers have not yet arrived) and got...More