Wilderness Safaris is delighted to announce the opening of the new Princess Royal Suite at The River Club in Livingstone, Zambia.
Named after two Princess Royals – Princess Mary, who represented the Queen at Zambia’s Independence in 1964, and Princess Anne who visited Livingstone in 2012 – the new luxurious double-storey suite is situated in a secluded walled private garden with its own pool and outdoor cooking area.
“We are thrilled to add this exclusive suite to our guest offering at The River Club. With full butler service and a private chef, it offers an intimate experience for a maximum of six guests – perfect for a small family celebration or a group of friends looking for exceptional food and hospitality on the beautiful Zambezi River”, said River Club’s owner, Peter Jones.
Four adults can be accommodated in the two en-suite bedrooms, one situated on the ground floor and the other upstairs with a viewing deck overlooking the Zambezi River. Additional children’s beds can be arranged in the lounge to accommodate a total of six guests. Both floors are air-conditioned and have Wi-Fi access.
The ground floor comprises a lounge area, with a television and DVD player, library, bar and dining area for six people. There is a small pool in the private garden. Guests may choose to dine privately in the suite or join other guests at the main lodge. Private dining may also be enjoyed on The River Club’s manicured lawns or in the gazebo or summer house, which has a snooker room. Guests may also swim in the main lodge’s infinity pool and use the gym facilities, running track, tennis court, or play croquet and boule.
Situated just 18 km upstream from Victoria Falls, The River Club is the perfect base from which to explore myriad adventures – from tours of Livingstone Town and the Zambian side of the Falls, to visiting a local Zambian village, tiger fishing (catch-and-release) and game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Massages, river rafting, helicopter flights, river boarding and other adventures may be booked at additional cost.
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