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Our Hotels in Lusaka
Only minutes away from the central business district of Lusaka, StayEasy Lusaka is suitably located for business guests and for those who want a break from their daily routine. The 130 environmentally-friendly rooms each have an en-suite bathroom that features a luxurious power shower and the décor is simple but modern. There is also a range of facilities that are available for guests to use, such as DStv, air-conditioning and WiFi for free. Also at your disposal are the swimming pool and patio, a stunning garden and much more. For business guests there are the conference rooms and other facilities to help make your business trip a success.
Southern Sun Ridgeway in Lusaka is highly recommended as one of Lusaka’s leading eco-friendly hotels. It is ideal for sightseers, since it is a stone’s throw away from the top local attractions. The hotel features 155 comfortable beautifully furnished rooms and all the convenience you could want during your stay. During your downtime enjoy a relaxing drink at the Terrace and Pub or a swim in the pool.
All roads lead to Lusaka in Zambia, as this booming city was born in the heart of this landlocked African country. Travel to Lusaka and open your mind to new African horizons. Explore the tree-lined streets and bustling African markets; fill your ears with the ethnic sounds of the local music and smell the pleasing aromas drifting from the street food stalls.
This cosmopolitan city, with a genuine African ambience, prides itself in its market culture and every day there are countless number of stalls that sell a myriad of goods, including fresh fruit, fish and souvenirs.
Our Top Recommendations
- Nomwande Art Gallery
Located about 15km southeast of the city centre here you can have the privilege of viewing some of the best contemporary Zambian and African arts. Sculptures, masks and paintings can be seen on display.
- Munda Wanga Environmental Park
In 1956 this was a spectacular private garden, but now it serves as a public Botanical garden and it is the country’s foremost environmental education centre. It is about half an hour from the city centre.
- Pakati Sunday Market
This is one of the most famous shopping destinations in Lusaka. Here you can meet artists from all over the country and all over the continent.
- The Southern Africa Freedom Trail
This is an interesting route that runs through Lusaka and that leads to a number of historic sites significant to the region's anti-colonial and anti-apartheid movements.
- Lusaka National Park
This is Zambia’s newest and most accessible park which is roughly 30 kilometres out of Lusaka. It is home to more than 1,000 species, including white rhino, sable, pangolin and axis deer. The park offers walking safaris and bicycle trails.