Project Description

Known as the grand old lady of the falls, this luxurious five star hotel is situated in the Victoria Falls National Park, surrounded by lush tropical gardens and the mighty falls themselves.

The elegant colonial style hotel, offers its guests a chance to completely relax in a tranquil and secluded setting. Echoing the past, the décor is traditional with a nod to history around every corner.

Offering its guests some of the finest cuisine in the country, not only is a stay at The Victoria Falls Hotel a sensory delight but also a delicious one. The hotel also offers its guests many recreational activities to be enjoyed during the stay. All this plus the easy access to the falls, only a ten minute walk to the main gate, makes The Victoria Falls Hotel one of the best spots to stay when travelling to this area.

All rooms at The Victoria Falls Hotel are decorated in the Edwardian style of Zimbabwe’s colonial past. However, the historical hotel has many different types of rooms. There are 37 standard rooms and 48 deluxe twin rooms. The suites differ even more: with 7 junior suites, 4 honeymoon suites, 6 executive suites and 1 famous royal suite it is pretty difficult to choose which room you want to call your ‘home’ for the stay.

The hotel also offers numerous facilities for its guest’s entertainment: a library with reading room, a curio shop, a swimming pool, a spa and 2 tennis courts. A chapel and conference facilities are at your disposal and an 18 hole golf course is situated at the Elephants Hill Resort, 5 kilometres from the hotel. The casino is found 500 metres from the hotel.


All Victoria Falls activities bookable at additional costs


  • Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • 37 standard rooms
  • 48 deluxe twin rooms
  • 18 suites in different categories: 7 junior suites, 4 honeymoon suites, 6 executive suites, 1 famous royal suite
  • Swimming pool and spa
  • 2 tennis courts and 18 hole golf course
  • Conference facilities
  • TSS Tip: historical hotel decorated in the Edwardian style of Zimbabwe’s colonial past



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