Stop by our 5-star hotel in Zambia during your stay in Southern Africa. From Victoria Falls on the border with Zimbabwe to the large natural parks where the Big 5 live, you’ll discover the most famous sites in a territory with striking landscapes by reserving a room in our luxury establishment....
Contemplate Victoria Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Take a photo safari at South Luangwa National Park
Follow in the footsteps of wild dogs in Kafue National Park
Visit the Lusaka National Museum
Explore the cultural village of Kabwata
Stroll through the Comesa market to find a traditional chitenge
Find a hotel in Zambia
Choose our hotel near the Lusaka National Museum for your stay in Zambia. Exclusively made up of suites, our establishment is located close to business districts, the National Assembly and major tourist sites, making it the perfect destination for your business and leisure trips. So that your visit to the Zambian capital is a moment of relaxation and friendliness, you will find common areas dedicated to relaxation as well as spacious and bright rooms. A luxurious haven of peace in the heart of the bustling city, our Golden Tulip hotel in Lusaka is also the starting point for the most beautiful natural sites of Zambia such as the Mosi oa Tunya National Park and the majestic Victoria Falls at the gates of Zimbabwe, as well as Kafue National Park, one of the largest and most renowned animal sanctuaries in Africa, or the South Luangwa National Park in the north of the country.
What is there to do in Zambia?
Located a half hour from the international airport in Lusaka, our hotel near the cultural village of Kabwata is the perfect place to pause before visiting Zambia. From here, it will take you only an hour to reach Livingstone in the southern part of the country. Located next to Mosi oa Tunya National Park, the former capital of North-Eastern Rhodesia also the last stop before one of Zambia's must-see sites: Victoria Falls.1 mile wide and 350 feet tall, they are among the three largest waterfalls in the world, along with Niagara Falls and Iguazu Falls. For a photo safari, you will set sail for the Kafue or South Luangwa national parks. It’s an unforgettable opportunity to get up close and personal with the Big 5, the elephant, the lion, the African buffalo, the leopard and the rhino.
Top activities in Zambia
Located in the heart of the business district, our 5-star hotel in Zambia and its Golden Tulip restaurant rub shoulders with the capital's most popular sites. Starting with the Lusaka National Museum, whose ethnographic section houses the replica of the man from Broken Hill, one of the ancestors of mankind that dates back 300,000 to 400,000 years. To discover contemporary Zambian art, head to the 37D GALLERY in the Tukunka district, east of the city. As you walk towards the Kabwata Cultural Village, you will have the opportunity to get to know the local crafts. Objects made of wood and copper, sculptures or pottery are excellent ideas to bring back from your trip. Returning to "Town", the city center of Lusaka, take a detour and visit the Comesa market, renowned for its wide choice of chitenge, which is a traditional fabric typical of the Zambian culture.