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Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka is a unique ten suite boutique hotel. This small luxury hotel in Zambia offers ‘the best in service’ in Lusaka. At Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka you will have a truly unforgettable Zambia safari holiday experience. This is what makes Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka a hotel of choice. This is true for both leisure tourists and business travelers.
Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka has taken its design inspiration from all over Zambia. This is from the rich culture and ceremonies of the many Zambian tribes. This has been incorporated with a unique modern style and sophistication.
Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka is situated at 8 Reedbuck Road in Kabulonga. This small luxury hotel in Zambia is just off Sable and Roan Roads. Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka is within close proximity and is just:
Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka offers top notch, boutique facilities and accommodation. This is for the discerning traveler who is fed up with the large formula hotels. This small luxury hotel in Zambia offers all the services associated with a full service hotel. On offer at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka are a remarkable restaurant and cocktail bar. The small luxury hotel in Zambia has 24 hour personalized room service and a fitness suite. There is wireless internet and Ndaba Meeting Centre. This conference facility has a seating 25 people. It comes with two ‘break away’ rooms and impressive surroundings.
Each room's decor is inspired by the colors, tradition and culture of Zambian Tribes. The owners have not compromised the overall room feel which is modern and sophisticated. All rooms at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka have a lounge area. The Paramount and Chief Suites have separate bedroom and living areas. All ground floor suites have private gardens. The larger ones of them have whirlpool baths in the garden. This is for that fantasy moonlit experience under the African star filled sky.
Each suite is equipped with a mini liquid refreshment centre. The suites come with a digital satellite television service and 32"LCD TV. This is accompanied with DVD/CD/MP3 audio visual system to enhance your viewing pleasure. The sizeable bathroom has excellent amenities. It invites the occupant to enjoy a daily rejuvenating bit of R & R. This becomes a longed for part of guests stay at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka.
PAYMENT & RESERVATIONS POLICY
Reservation and confirmation of a room at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka has requirements. Clients are required to pay 50% down payment for the requested services. The balance will be required at least 14 days prior to your date of arrival.
African Safari Tour will hold a reservation for up to seven days at a client's request. This is to allow the client time to send a deposit payment. This is if Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka booking are over a month prior to the service. This must be received before we can confirm your booking. If confirmation is not received within the seven days all blocked rooms at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka will be automatically released for re-sale. The full amount of the service must be made within 14 days of date of arrival at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka. As for bookings within a month of service, full payment shall be requested for. This will be required before confirmation of Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka is undertaken.
All cancellations must be received in writing. This will take effect from the date received by African Safari Tour. The following cancellation charges will apply.
More than 56 days before departure: No cancellation fee
56-49 days before departure: 25%
48-29 days before departure: 35%
28-0 days before departure: 100%
The non-issuing of an invoice or non-payment of deposit will not exempt passengers from these cancellation and administration fees. We regret we can make no exception to the charges and strongly recommend that insurance is taken out to cover cancellation fees. These cancellation charges can vary subject to the trading terms of our suppliers.
Children older than 2 years are welcome at Eight Reedbuck Hotel Lusaka. One child from 2 to 11.9 years is charged 50 % of the room stay per night and person in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds for children in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
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Lusaka has become something of a boom town of late. New buildings are going up everywhere and many chain stores and shopping malls are springing up all over the sprawling suburbs. The road development isn’t quite keeping up so peak hour traffic is finally becoming like other cities, but it has an optimistic air of a town on the rise. For many, this is the perfect example of what economic liberalization has done for the country. And viewed from the villages, Lusaka is the glittering capital which still persuades rural Zambians to migrate to the city in search of jobs and dreams. Well over 60% of its 2 million inhabitants are unemployed, but there are surprisingly few beggars. Although petty theft occurs, most people try to make an honest living selling their wares or services, always with a friendly smile.
The markets are a hive of activity as the thousands of stalls are set up, graded and cleared away every day. A myriad of motor spares dealers, restaurants, hairdressers, fishmongers, fruit sellers and rows and rows of “salaula” – stalls of discarded clothing from the West sold to Africa by the bale. The capital covers an area of over 70km2 and is one of the fastest-growing cities in central Africa. It’s population almost trebled in the immediate post-independence era and continues to grow daily. There has been no influx control and the city is bursting at the seams. Grossly inadequate municipal facilities are hard-pressed to cope with the ever-increasing demand. It is a sprawling, metropolis with many multi-storey buildings, high-walled suburbs and busy shanty towns. Development has brought together people of many nationalities, making it a bustling center for economic, political and cultural activities. The city lies at the junction of the main highways to the north, east, south and west, and at an altitude of 1300 meters above sea level. There are air links to most of the major tourist destinations in Zambia from Lusaka International Airport.
Lusaka, the capital and largest city in Zambia, is home to over 3 million people. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Southern Africa. Its downtown streets are lined with street sellers and the skyline has only a few highrise buildings. While it is on an economic uplift there is a still a huge unemployment rate in the city. The business area of Lusaka is very modern-looking while its outskirts are lined with scrambling shanties and lively markets. While many tourists to Zambia don’t spend a great deal of time in the Capital, you may find yourself exploring the city for a few days. Here are some highlights and what to do during your visit.
The city prides itself in its market culture and every day, there are literally thousands of stalls that sell a myriad things. There are fresh fruit stalls, hairdressers, fishmongers, restaurants, spare parts, second hand clothing and gifts to name a few.
Lusaka City Market – Zambians go to this fascinating market to get their bargains. The market is host to over 400 stalls and despite its chaotic nature, tourists don’t often get hassled.
Soweto Market –this market is more functional than the City Market but is still worth a visit.
Sunday Craft Market –every Sunday the Arcades Shopping Center car park is turned into a craft market. A great place for gifts and crafts.
Northmead Market – known as a great place to stock up on souvenirs and to enjoy the small supermarkets, restaurants and fresh food stalls in the area.
In and around the city there is plenty to see and do for the visitor. The Lusaka National Museum, art galleries focusing on local artists, the Lusaka Playhouse theater, the Kabwata Cultural Village and the Moore Pottery Factory are great places to visit in the city. The city boasts a rich culture of local artists and many of their pieces are available for sale.
Adventure City offers a variety of activities including water slides, paint-balling, and swimming pools.
About 11 kilometres from the city center is the Nembo Scenic Park which is designed, to scale, over a 47 000 square meter area showing a model of the map of Zambia. The Park features lakes and waterfalls and is a perfect place to go for a stroll with the family.
The Kalimba Reptile Park has an interesting collection of snakes, tortoises, chameleons, crocodiles and other reptiles, found in the surrounding areas, as well as from the rest of Africa. It is a great place to explore for the entire family and features a playground for the little ones. Set in a lush garden, its facilities include a cool veranda where refreshments are served and a putt-putt course.
Monkey Pools is on the Mukamunya Estate and offers a beautiful outing for swimming and playing in the crystal clear turquoise waters, the source of the Mukamunya river. The grounds are extremely beautiful and with jungle like forests and make an excellent picnic spot for a day out. You’ll find them out on the Leopards Hill Rd where the tar ends. Take the road to the left and look out for the signs.
Munda Wanga is 16km from Lusaka City Centre. It is an Environmental Park that is comprised of an Environmental Education Centre, a Wildlife Park and Sanctuary and a beautiful Botanical Garden. Open daily from 8am- 16:00
Lilayi Elephant Nursery is just 15 minutes south of Lusaka on the Kafue Rd, you’ll find a turnoff to Lilayi Game Reserve and here you will find the Elephant Orphanage Project that rescues and rehabilitates orphaned elephants before releasing them back into the wild. Open daily for viewing the baby elephants between 11.30am and 13:00.
The city of Lusaka has almost everything a major city like Harare or Blantyre has when it comes to enjoying nightlife. Although you might not get so much excitement while enjoying the attractions during the day, after the sun sets life actually takes an exactly opposite turn and excitement starts filling this city. Those looking for easy going nightlife will have many options and those who like dancing all night will have many nightclubs to roam. In this guide for Lusaka Nightlife we have compiled a list of nightclubs and bars where you can head for an exciting nightlife experience.
O’Hagans Is the Place for Drinking and Eating
It is located on Manda Hill which is easy to reach from the center of the city. The uniqueness of this club is that it is built in a typical Irish style that makes it very exciting. After all, it is the Irish touch that made the club happening. The collection of drinks in this nightclub is huge although they could be a little bit pricy at times. It also has a huge size satellite TV so that you can enjoy all sorts of channels as per your choice. Although you might have to compromise with what the majority wants. The hospitality of this nightclub is also something which you will surely cherish.
Alpha Bar for Those Who Love Dancing
It is located in the north mead area of Lusaka which can be reached taking any taxi from various locations. This place is famous for the huge collection of drinks and the great atmosphere which it sets up for those who love dancing. You will surely appreciate the happening music played in this nightclub. It is the perfect mix of music, pool, dancing, alcohol, and ladies all under one single roof.
Brown Frog Is the Hub of Drinking
You really don’t need to search for this nightclub. Ask any taxi driver and he will drop you to Brown Frog. It is actually very famous in Lusaka. You will surely appreciate the music and the huge collection of drinks. Lastly, it is fairly cheap too.
The variety of restaurants and clubs ranges according to one’s preference and many are popular with the expatriates. Most places are very convenient and easy to locate though it is important to know one’s way around, the mode of payment used at the particular place, as well as a contact to make sure it’s available.
Located in Los Angeles Boulevard, Lusaka Club; a top class restaurant with an excellent wide menu, Indian dishes, steaks, creole and more.
Plates Restaurant and Wine Bar
Situated on Plot 22768 Acacia Park, Arcades Center and consists of American, Mediterranean and eclectic cuisines.
Located at the Acacia Park, Arcades Shopping Center is a very nice continental bar ideal for lunch.
Situated at 2 Tito Road, off Church Road, Rhodes Park. Its eclectic mix of Mediterranean food, complete mezze dishes, a fresh sushi bar and cocktails offers a luxurious menu for many guests to enjoy.
Thai restaurant along Independence Avenue.
Situated in the Showgrounds gives you a feel of Italian cuisine in a tranquil ambience.
Sugarbush Farm and Café
Situated on the outskirts of Lusaka, Leopards Hill which serve amazing French press coffee.
A trendy restaurant in Arcades Shopping Center that offers a mixed cuisine and cocktail bar.
Mugg and Bean
A good coffee themed restaurant that is known for its clean and good service with a cozy atmosphere located at Manda hill and Levy Park Malls.
Popularly known as the “Italy in Zambia” is an upmarket bistro restaurant, bar and lounge that offers event and conference facilities situated on 609 Zambezi Road, Roma.
An exotic German Restaurant that also handles catering services in a peaceful garden setting with an enclosed lounge area and large covered terrace; located at 26 Chaholi Road.
Chicago Bistro Lounge
Situated in Manda Hill is a stylish restaurant inspired by 1950’s and 1960’s décor. Known to serve the tastiest pork chops and ribs ever; it’s the ultimate life experience.
The Misty Jazz Restaurant and Lounge
Offers a soul experience with karaoke nights on Wednesday’s and live bands during the week from Tuesday through to Sunday served with international cuisine.
Situated along Kabulonga Road in Ibex Hill is known to serve the best Indian food in Lusaka.
Blue Moon Café
Located in the Woodlands Mall near Pick n’ Pay and serves the most delicious bagels served with a good cup of coffee.
Situated in the Arcades Shopping Center serves a range a seafood.
While forming Northern Rhodesia in the 1890s, the area in which Lusaka is situated was taken over by the British South Africa Company from the local chiefs. The city was founded in 1905 and was named after David Livingstone, the Scots explorer. The city served as the capital city of the British protectorate of Northern Rhodesia. In 1924 the British Colonial took office. Lusaka was then named after the headman of a nearby African village. The city’s growth occurred after 1935, when it replaced Livingstone as the capital of the British colony of Northern Rhodesia.
During the struggle for independence the city featured highly. It was where the Federation of African Societies founded the Northern Rhodesian Congress in 1948. After the federation of Northern and Southern Rhodesia took place in 1953, Lusaka was a hub of the civil-disobedience movement in 1960 that led to the creation of the independent state of Zambia, Lusaka becoming the capital. In 1976 the city and its surrounding became a province.
The choice of Lusaka to become the capital did not follow any traditional development pattern. The city was not the home of an established ruler, neither was it a natural fortification nor the most convenient point of meeting for travelers from all parts of the land. The town's main feature was its central location and healthy climate.
Today, the city is the site of Livingstone Museum. The museum contains archaeological, ethnological, and historical materials. Victoria Falls is located nearby. Attractions include Lusaka National Museum, the Political Museum, Zintu Community Museum, the Freedom Statue, the Zambian National Assembly, the Agricultural Society Showgrounds, the Moore Pottery Factory, the Lusaka Playhouse theatre, a cinema, the zoo and botanical gardens of the MundaWanga Environmental Park among others.
Lusaka is the capital and largest city of Zambia that is located in south central Zambia. According to the 2000 census, the city has a population of 1,084,703. Lusaka is the central province of Zambia hence making it the most densely populated and tribally diverse region.
It is an administrative, financial, and commercial center. Manufactures include foodstuffs, beverages, clothing, and cement. Lusaka is located at the junction of the Great North Road (to Tanzania) and the Great East Road (to Malawi) and is on Zambia's main railroad. The Great Uhuru (Tanzam or Tazara) Railway connects Lusaka and Dar-es-Salaam.
Lusaka has a mixed economy. An international airport and the University of Zambia are just outside the city. The area surrounding the city consists of mostly flat grassland that supports ranches and farms. Farming and stock rearing are the principal economic activities in this region.
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