There are a total of 173 en-suite guest rooms offering splendid accommodation in 17 riverbank residences. The rooms are inspired by a combination of Victorian elegance infused with Africa’s tribal warmth. Each room has its own private terrace overlooking the Zambezi River. All rooms are luxuriously furnished with crisp white linen and large comfortable beds to offer the perfect sanctuary after a day spent exploring Livingstone.Complimentary breakfast included. There are a number of room style choices ranging from luxury twins and king rooms to luxury suites. The luxurious Presidential Suite has housed royalty, heads of state and celebrities, but each room is sure to inspire a similar feeling of prestige in all guests. Disabled accommodation is also available (please inquire for specific details).
The Royal Livingstone Dining Room will feed your soul and your stomach. Indulge in our fine African-inspired cuisine, and soak up the historical ambiance of the glorious setting. Indoor tables offer a more intimate dining experience, while those outside bring to life the sights and sounds of an African day. The Lounge and Travelers’ Bar caters for high teas and drinks against a backdrop of grand paintings of David Livingstone and décor harking back to an age of exploration and adventure. With restaurants and bars overlooking the mighty Zambezi and majestic Victoria Falls, you can expect nothing short of the best. The Royal Livingstone’s two sundecks are the perfect location for sundowners. Located right on the Zambezi River, they offer unrivaled views of the river and the thundering Victoria Falls.
All the adventure activities are in close proximity to the hotel and at not no more than a 15-minute drive to most of the activities. The Royal Spa offers massages n exquisite tents in the shade of ancient trees. If your idea of activity is doing absolutely nothing at all, then any one of the hammocks dotted alongside the river are sure to catch your fancy, or you could laze by the pool right on the banks of the Zambezi River with breath-taking views and a cocktail. You may even see the resident zebras grazing by the pool.
This is a hotel that exudes Victorian elegance and splendor down to the finest detail of the lamps, the magnificent paintings and the black and white photographs of early pioneers; this is a place to reflect and rejuvenate.