Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel
Every time I think of my stay at the Stanley and Livingstone Hotel in Zimbabwe. I find myself smiling. From the game drive to the sunset and the bed. This was a sensational stay!
There are many things to do at Stanley and Livingstone Boutique Hotel. Such as guided tours of Victoria Falls, game drives, and walks with experienced guides. For example, when you’re not out exploring. You can relax in the hotel’s luxurious spa or take a dip in the pool overlooking the African bushveld.
All the suites are in quiet gardens and have furnished terraces where you can relax. Some of the terraces are more private than others. The mythical romance of Victorian exploration lies in the details: canopied beds and slipper bathtubs with guaranteed comfort zones.
Your view from your suite gives you the aspect of the watering hole. Which has a constant stream of animals coming to quench their thirst.
The offerings are superb. Guided walks, horseback safaris, or going on safari drive. To see the wildlife in the area. The hotel also offers a spa and wellness Centre for those seeking relaxation and rejuvenation during their stay.
CLICK HERE to view what we saw on Safari!
The 1871 restaurant has custom-made patterned wallpaper. Veldt-green panels, and elegant table settings, but the best view is from the terrace. Additionally, lunches are fresh with summer rolls, vegan poke bowls and the usual suspects such as burger and gourmet sandwiches. Dinner you are spoilt. For example, the menu has venison loin, Mushroom Risotto and the famous Zambezi bream, and other dishes meat dishes with sublime vegetables.
Aiming to introduce African flavours, the menus change seasonally. As a result, you might find Mozambican prawns or chocolate fondant with Amarula ice cream, among other delicacies. If you are looking for romance, book your table in the wine cellar. Or get a table set under the Waterberry Tree that is full of feisty weaver birds.
Additionally, children’s menus include some of their traditional favourites as well as some wholesome summer bowls. On the other hand, if you have any allergies. The chefs will gladly prepare something unique for you.
The staff are delightful. The Hotel Manager Dionne to Daisy, who welcome you as you check-in. To the porter who greets you by name with his infectious smile. For example, every single staff member became like family, and I was sad to say goodbye. In summary, the service was exceptional. Click here to see the beautiful hotel.