Zambezi Sun

Reviews of Zambezi Sun

Good(83%) From 149 travellers
Excellent
43
Good
88
Average
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Poor
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Below are independent comments from 149 of our travellers who have visited Zambezi Sun, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr & Mrs S from York
Arrived on: 6-Sep-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Zambezi Sun review

Very enjoyable with lovely airy room (3333). Glad that shampoo etc was provided so reducing need to bring from UK. Great free access to Vic Falls which was unlimited a great plus as we went 3 times!

Food generous and plentiful and really enjoyed tha peaceful atmosphere, esp the "nauture trail" where we were enthralled by the weaver birds buuilding their nests. Went on a "River Safari" a bit pricey - $80 each_ b ut a great time. We were offerd a free afternnon tea at Royal Livingstone for our 40th Wedding Anniversary.

As elsewhere in Africa we were treated with cheerful kindness everywhere.

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Mr M and friends - Portugal
Arrived on: 2-Sep-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Excellent
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Excellent
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Zambezi Sun review

Very expensive but spotless

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Mr R & Ms Z from the Netherlands
Arrived on: 27-Aug-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Excellent
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Zambezi Sun review

After problems with entering our room, because of flooding due to a airco malfunctioning, the hotel manager solved it and did an extraordinary job to make us positively feel at home. The breakfast buffet was excellent. Also the walk to the Vic Falls was only 10 minutes. Negative is that the hotel gate to the falls closes at 6 pm, which is before sunset. We recommend to close this gate 15 min. after sunset.

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Mr S - Sleepy Hollow, New York
Arrived on: 26-Aug-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Excellent facilities and service. Perfect loc

The ideal place to view the Falls which are spectacular even in low water season (late August) perhaps even more so in a different way.

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The W family from Aylesbury
Arrived on: 18-Aug-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Zambezi Sun review

Generally good, particularly for families. Or room would benefit from some maintenance checks, particularly on electrical sockets, and some general sprucing up.

The swimming pool was unheated and surprisingly cold in August. Despite 28C air temperatures , very few if any were willing to brave the pool.

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Mr & Mrs T from Surrey
Arrived on: 29-Jul-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Zambezi Sun review

the Zambezi Sun was perfect for our holiday as we had organized all our activites before we had left the U.K.

The rooms were clean. We choose this hotel as it was very near the falls. The food didnt worry us as we were their only two nights. But we didn't enjoy the food in the Falls room. The next night we went to the hotel restaurant which was a treat as we were finishing our holiday the next day as we thought it rather expensive. (with a captive market as we were quite away from the town).
However all the staff were very polite and efficient.

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O Family - Vancouver
Arrived on: 2-Jul-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Zambezi Sun review

We were very happy with our decision to stay at the Zambezi Sun. It's location is excellent to visit the Falls. And, it was a great place to sleep off the jet lag, and ease our children into the trip, and the eventual culture shock. We enjoyed the breakfast buffets, however the lunch and dinners were average.

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Ms B & Mr D - Colorado
Arrived on: 6-Jun-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Zambezi Sun review

Location, location, location to the Falls.

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Mr N & Ms S from London
Arrived on: 24-May-2012 Stayed for: 3 nights
Overall:
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Rooms:
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A good base in Livingstone

This was our second stay at the Zambezi Sun in less than two years. It is comfortable and, in our experience, well run. The location - ie right next to the Falls - is first rate; wandering around the gardens one finds a good range of wildlife (mammals as well as birds); and the Activities team offers a full range of options. All in all a very good base for a two- or three-night stay in the area.

If we have one minor criticism it is the hotel's penchant for quite intrusive live and/or canned music for much of the day, which can be a bit of a nuisance in inward-facing bedrooms in particular in the evening.

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Mrs and Mr C - Toronto
Arrived on: 24-May-2012 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Excellent
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Good
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Average
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Zambezi Sun review

This was a big typical hotel you can find anywhere in the world! Our room was clean, service fine, food Ok, and location perfect to view Victoria falls. We preferred the guesthouses and tented camps we had experienced.

The only way we knew we were in Africa were the zebras on the lawn, the rumble of the water falling, and vivid colours in the rooms!

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