The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa is impressively located on the banks of the Zambezi River at mighty Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia. The falls, named by Dr. David Livingstone for his queen, Victoria, in November 1855, were well known to the indigenous peoples of Southern Africa and known locally as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” (the Smoke that Thunders).
This colonial-styled hotel offers 72 well-appointed guest rooms and 5 loft suites that accommodate a total of 154 guests in 4-star luxury. Architecture features local stone, rustic wood beams and heavy furniture, evoking a sense of olden-day elegance that defined the safari era of a century ago. Many of the public areas, while sheltered, are open to the outdoors, creating an airy, relaxed atmosphere.
All guest rooms include a private patio, air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV radio, Internet access, hair dryer, tea and coffee service, mini bar, room safes and an en-suite separate bath and shower. Laundry service is available. Public amenities include a spa and wellness center, fitness gym, infinity swimming pool overlooking the Zambezi, a fine restaurant and bar, and a gift and curio shop.