The Royal Livingstone

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Translated – The Smoke that Thunders – is the local name for the Victoria Falls. The world-famous cascade of water provides the baseline for your journey into colonial sophistication. Its fine spray may be seen like a cloud across the bushveld, throwing rainbows hundreds of feet in the air. On the forested banks of the great Zambezi River, upstream of the mighty cataract where it thunders into the Batoka Gorge, is The Royal Livingstone. In its cool lounges and shaded verandas, you will encounter the elegance and luxury of an earlier, more courteous age.


The Royal Livingstone Hotel comprises 173 spacious en-suite guestrooms, eachwith its own private veranda, stretched along the river bank. All guestrooms are luxuriously furnished, with crisp white linen and large comfortable beds to welcome and offer the perfect sanctuary to retire to, after a day spent exploringthe mysteries and challenges of this remarkable retreat. Bathrooms feature spaciousshowers and Victorian style baths, with wildlife pencil sketches adorning the cool ivory-washed walls, reflecting the textures and moods of the Zambezi River.


Enjoy the rays of the African sun around the focal point of the hotel’s scenery, the sparking Victorian themed pool.Guests may pass lazy days on the magnificent sundeck overlooking the Zambezi as it flows relentlessly to the Falls, enjoying a G’nT or cocktail as the African sun sinks behind rolling hills..

The Royal Livingstone Dining Room, à la carte restaurant, is a delightful mixture of modern sophistication and old-world style, offering a unique top-class breakfast, ‘alfresco” lunches and a dinner à la carte menu with a dazzling array of dishes from the river and ocean as well as bush and game fare.


Guest Relations or the Daily Activity Centre is your ticket to micro light or helicopter flights over the Falls, white water rafting, elephant back safaris, river cruises and a variety of heart-stopping activities, such as leaping headlong of bridges and cliffs, but to name a few.

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