Lafe Hotel is just 20 minutes from Lusaka International airport, 15 minutes from the Lusaka city centre and within easy access of various business districts and shopping centres. You will be warmly welcomed by professional well-trained staff who ensure you get a personalised service. This hotel with its accompanying conferencing facilities is great for business travellers but also comfortable and relaxing for travellers and families.
Lafe Hotel is committed to providing high quality Zambia accommodation and related services at affordable rates. Lafe Hotel offers 50 smart, comfortable and well furnished rooms, including executive suites, standard executive rooms, standard rooms, double rooms and budget rooms. The rooms are located at two sites – one in Olympia Park, the other in Kabulonga.
Two restaurants are situated within Lafe Hotel, each with a different layout and atmosphere. Both restaurants serve delicious meals and buffets prepared by experienced chefs. The indoor restaurant, ‘Mhlabangubo’ allows you to enjoy your meal in a formal dining area, neatly presented and fully dressed with white linen and full tableware. At the patio restaurant, ‘Siwetje’ you’ll enjoy eating in a relaxed al fresco style dining area. You’ll be in comfortable surroundings within the central courtyard area, with a selection of popular music playing softly in the background. You can relax and unwind at the ‘Sibongile’ bar which is fully stocked with various local and imported wines, beers and other liquors. Here you can watch your favourite football team and other shows or news updates on a 31 inch plasma screen connected to satellite television.
Lafe also offers spa services so guests can take time to indulge, get pampered and relax. Massage and body treatments include body scrubs – an invigorating and cleansing treatment, leaving your body soft, smooth and radiant; aromatherapy massage – a gentle massage combined with the use of pure essential aromatherapy oils suited to you; full sports man – an intensive massage combining cross friction and pressure for tense muscles and improved circulation; ukucina massage – a traditional Zambian massage, using ancient techniques to invigorate and revitalise; back neck and shoulder massage – to relieve the accumulated tension; foot massage – used for thousands of years, this non-invasive massage helps to re-balance the body and manicures and pedicures – available for both women and men.
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