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- Victoria Falls Hotel, Deluxe Stable Wing Room
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Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn.
Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn en tuinzicht (enkele kamers met uitzicht op Batoka Gorge of Victoria Falls Bridge).
Deluxe Stable Wing Room
Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, volledig ingerichte badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn. Gelegen in de losstaande Stables Signature Wing. Inclusief pre-dinner canapé's op de kamer, middagthee tussen 15.00 - 17.00 en massage voucher. Uitzicht op de tuin.
Gelegen op iets meer dan een kilometer van de watervallen.
- 3 Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- Casino (in nabij gelegen partnerhotel)
- 2 Tennisbanen
- 2 Lounges
- Diverse excursiesmogelijkheden in directe omgeving zoals safari's, raften, bungee jumpen en helikoptervluchten.
De Victoria Falls zijn waarschijnlijk uw hoofddoel voor een vakantie Zimbabwe. Deze watervallen zijn een van de grootste watervallen van de wereld en heel indrukwekkend. De watervallen staan op de Werelderfgoed lijst van UNESCO en zijn maar liefst 1708 meter breed. Het gebied rond de watervallen is een beschermd nationaal park en herbergt vele dieren. Vanuit Victoria Falls worden tal van excursies en activiteiten aangeboden en is daarom een ideale uitvalsbasis. De plaats Victoria Falls ligt aan de Zimbabwe zijde van de Victoria watervallen.
"Old world experience"
This is the best located hotel in the area for the Victoria Falls,there is a gate from the garden leading directly to the Falls. The hotel is old colonial style and beautifully fitted out in the period.However guests should be aware there are no lifts. Service is excellent and the food was good but food at the breakfast buffet needs covers to keep the flies off and deter the monkeys from pinching the apples. We saw white covers one morning out of three so they do have them but the staff need better management. It is not acceptable to lay out perishable fresh meats and cheeses for the flies to feast on! Also watch out for tripping on the paving slabs at night in the dark when going to and from the Jungle Junction, the tree roots have pushed the slabs up at a sharp angle. We enjoyed our stay but this was a one off as once you have been you are unlikely to return.
"Only Hercule Poirot was missing"
If you want to go back 100 years, this hotel will take you there. From the moment you walk through the doors you enter a different age. OK, some of it is tired looking but thats a small price to pay for some genuine nostalgia. We had a basic standard room and it was just that. The air on was too noisy to have on all night and the double bed was on the smaller size but we were only there for 2 nights so took it on the chin. The hotel is a labyrinth of corridors with old photos and animal heads on the wall and which go to either the bedrooms or big open lounges which are sumptuous. You can dine in three different restaurants - we opted out of the formal dining room and had our evening meals on the terrace by Stanleys bar. Here you overlook the lawns with baboons and warthogs wandering around and can watch the Victoria Falls Bridge changing colour in the evening. They also do a high tea from 3 - 5 (sandwiches / cakes / scones) which is lovely. The wine is a bit overpriced but we found that everything in Zimbabwe was crazily priced (in USD) especially the local shops but bartering can get that down a bit. You can see the mist of the falls from the hotel and walks out of a side gate which takes you on a 10/15 minute walks to the falls itself. Its $30 per person to get into the falls but thats a small price to pay when you get to witness one of the most spectacular sights you will ever see. There's also a lovely outdoor swimming pool area as and when relaxation is required. The staff and locals were very friendly and we loved the whole experience. If we are lucky enough to return we will upgrade the room but not change anything else. Loved it!
"An excellent place to spend a few days."
We dropped by here for nostalgia purposes as one of our party had stayed there 20 years earlier. We were cordially welcomed and offered lunch and drinks. Prices were very reasonable for such an establishment. Dinner was US$25 and a good room certainly affordable enough to entice us to return for a proper stay. This is a beautiful place that simply oozes colonial charm and elegance. The rooms were large and airy and the grounds simply manicured. The main lawns led to over view of the famous bridge over the Zambezi and the wisps of spray were clearly visible from "the smoke that thunders" although out of earshot.. We would happily book in here and probably will one day soon.
"Great location and service...needs updating"
This hotel has a great vista overlooking the mist plume and downstream bridge/gorge of Victoria Falls. It's a short walk to the falls entrance (30$ entrance) if you can deal with the continual barrage of hawkers. If not, take a cab or the $20 tour from the hotel. The staff and service at this hotel are wonderful and so accommodating. The food is very good; we had one fine dining meal at Livingstone restaurant which was excellent. The piano player plays from 7 until 11 non-stop. Our room was spacious and facing the falls; very nice. Wifi was very good. I rated the hotel a 4 because, though it has a lot of things going for it, it is in need of updating in plumbing fixtures, carpeting (+ some stair treads were loose), fitness area and somewhat noisy room A/C units. The bed net had an entrance on one side of our bed and made it a challenge to get out of bed in the night.
"A Senior at Vic Falls Hotel"
Oh My! I stayed at the same hotel where King George once stayed! And was it marvelous. The hotel looks just like the pictures on the website with all the colonial charm you could want. My room, #140, was in the back with twin beds pushed together, fridge, safe, tv, and tub/shower combo. Turn down service incuded pulling the netting around your bed! Outside my window I could watch baboons scampering and saw a worthog nosing around a warthot statue on the way to breakfast. Breakfast was served in a open thatched roof restaurant, the Jungle Junction. We also ate at the main house patio restaurant and at the more formal Livingstone Room. I ordered dessert through room service one night and ate divinely in my PJ's. The pool was lovely, the gardens gorgeous, the view of Victoria Falls bridge fantastic. The hotel is not too far to walk to banks and a few shops. This may be a dreamer's version of Africa but it sure makes for a lovely stay.
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