The Victoria Falls Hotel is the epitome of colonial grandeur close to one of nature’s greatest spectacles, the mighty Victoria Falls. 


The hotel is over a century old and is decorated and furnished with rich teak furniture and picture frames, transporting you into the days of old. It was originally built in 1904 as accommodation for the workers building the Victoria Falls Bridge. The bridge was the brainchild of Cecil John Rhodes who dreamt of a railway stretching from the Cape to Cairo. He insisted that the line fall where the train could be sprinkled by the Falls spray. A steam train trip is a bucket list item when staying at the Victoria Falls Hotel as well as sipping a G&T on the veranda during a famous Victoria Falls Hotel High Tea. The hotel is a private walkway that leads directly to the ‘Smoke that Thunders’.


7 nights staying in a Standard room including breakfast Prices from £1124 per person. Prices subject to availability and confirmed at time of booking.