The Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls

Set amid tropical gardens, The Victoria Falls Hotel overlooks Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, this Edwardian-style hotel combines the splendour of the colonial era with modern comforts.

The 161 guestrooms and suites are elegantly appointed with four-poster beds, heavy floral curtains, deep armchairs, and en suites with shower/bathtub. The Stables Signature Wing is ideal for families or tour groups, with personalised service and deluxe amenities.

The Livingstone Room offers fine dining, while Jungle Junction serves African cuisine accompanied by traditional music and dance, and the Stanley Terrace offers afternoon tea overlooking the Falls.

There’s an array of activities including walking tours of the Falls, cultural visits and adrenaline activities. At the end of the day, take a dip in the pool or visit the spa for a rejuvenating treatment.

The Victoria Falls Hotel Information

Location and getting there

The Victoria Falls Hotel is located in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. It is 20 km from Victoria Falls Airport.


The Victoria Falls Hotel comprises 143 rooms and 18 suites across a number of categories ranging from 20-sqm Standard Rooms to the magnificent Presidential Suite. Each room features traditional Edwardian-style décor, fine wood furnishings, a bathroom with a huge Edwardian bathtub, and all-modern amenities. Suites add 4-poster beds, marble bathrooms and living rooms with river views. Some also come with private courtyards. Interconnecting rooms are available for families.


The array of activities on offer in the vicinity of the hotel includes exploring the rainforest, visiting a local village, white water rafting, bungy jumping, sunset river cruises, jumping, zip-lining, scenic helicopter flights and elephant safaris.


Children of all ages are welcome and babysitting can be arranged on request.

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Why we recommend The Victoria Falls Hotel

“This Edwardian-era hotel was built in the early 1900s when Cecil Rhodes famously attempted to link Cape Town to Cairo by rail. Today its style is still reminiscent of the past with elegant interiors and panoramas that also figure prominently - especially during afternoon tea on Stanley Terrace. Let us arrange a sunset river cruise, guided nature drives and helicopter flights over the Falls to make your stay even more memorable.”

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