The Royal Livingstone Hotel is on the banks of the Zambezi River and is named after the legendary explorer who named Zambia's iconic waterfall. The hotel has luxury rooms and suites that have a private veranda with views of the river. You can enjoy the beautiful sites and sounds by relaxing in a hammock, enjoying a massage and taking a swim in the pool.
173 luxury rooms including 4 suites
The royal pool overlooking Victoria Falls
Royal spa treatments and riverside massages
The Sundecks - sundowners and Victoria Falls views
The Royal Livingstone Lounge - refreshments and light meals
The Travelers Bar - high tea and sophisticated drinks
The Royal Livingstone Dining Room - all day fine dining
Unlimited complimentary access to Victoria Falls (from 6 am to 6 pm)
African rail experiences
4x4 wildlife safari
White water rafting and jet boating at Batoka Gorge
173 en-suite rooms and suites in 17 riverbank residences
Deluxe Corner Room
The Royal Livingstone Dining Room
Cuisine: a la carte
Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an intimate dining room that is inside and outside the hotel. It serves European classics, authentic Zambian specialties and Indian influences.
Cuisine: bar drinks and cocktails
On the bank of the Zambezi River with entertainment by the Resident Flutist on the sundeck.
The Royal Livingstone Lounge
Cuisine: light meals and snacks
An atmospheric place to admire Sir David Livingstone's paintings and hand drawn maps. It has coffee and you can dine throughout the day, enjoying a range of light meals and snacks.
The Travelers Bar
Cuisine: bar drinks
Beautifully decorated bar with an afternoon high tea. End the day with cocktails, fine wines, a whisky or gin and tonic.
The Royal Livingstone Express
Cuisine: fine dining set menu
Fine dining aboard the steam locomotive. A six course dinner as you watch Africa's landscape pass by.
We are so glad that we chose Adventure Life. The service is top-notch. Everything is well taken care of and we just have to print the documents and go. Franny even gave us timely updates on possible airport strike.