When staying in Zambia, whether for business or leisure, there is a Protea Hotel to suit your needs.
Experience the vibrant city of Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, with a stay at Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Cairo Road. Indulge in luxury at the most picturesque Copperbelt town in Zambia with a visit to Protea Hotel by Marriott Chingola or Protea Hotel by Marriott Ndola. Enjoy a relaxed weekend getaway by staying in a private game reserve in a tranquil setting at Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Safari Lodge. Protea Hotel by Marriott Livingstone provides luxury and style along with a wide range of adventure activities, situated only 10 minutes from the “smoke that thunders”, Victoria Falls. Located on the outskirts of Chipata and en route to South Luangwa National Park or Malawi, enjoy the unique standards of Protea Hotel by Marriott Chipata. Conveniently located in the Arcades Shopping and Entertainment lifestyle hub, opposite the Mulungushi Conference Centre, Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka and Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower offer a vibrant balance of corporate and leisure amenities.
Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower features nine storeys of stylish accommodation, including 137 rooms of which four executive rooms, 19 club rooms, 30 king deluxe twin rooms, and 84 king deluxe double rooms. All rooms enjoy access to en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, electronic door locks, electronic safes, satellite TV (DSTV), tea and coffee making facilities, telephones with local and international direct dialling, as well as free Wi-Fi. Nearby attractions include a number of restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as a casino and golf course. The ninth-floor of the hotel hosts the restaurant and bar, which offers expansive views over the city and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner (buffet or à la carte, depending on the number of guests).
Protea Hotels by Marriott has strengthened its partnership with Union Gold Zambia Limited after signing an agreement for the construction of a new Protea Hotels by Marriot Bonanza Estate in Lusaka.
Construction on the 241-room hotel is scheduled to start in the beginning of 2019, with the opening planned for two years later.
The new property will be the largest hotel operating under the brand in Zambia.
The resort-style hotel development will have a range of food and beverage venues, conferencing options, a spa, and other recreational facilities.
It will also have a standalone amphitheatre dedicated to hosting large-scale events and launches, and able to seat around 2 000 people.
Mark O’Donnell, Chairman of Union Gold Zambia, said: “Zambia is a country with huge potential for both business and leisure tourism, yet it has for many years been under-serviced in the roll-out of tourist infrastructure. Our new venture will meet the rising demand for quality lodging in the country.”
The hotel will be located in the newly announced Bonanza Estate, which features an 18-hole golf course designed by Peter Matkovich.
The hope is to attract international golf tournaments and make the estate a key destination for leisure travellers and golf enthusiasts.
Development of Bonanza Estate into a new urban hub is tied to the future expansion of Lusaka beyond the central business district precinct.
Bonanza Estate is 10km from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, and close to the Multi-Facility Economic Zone, an initiative of the Zambian and Japanese governments.
For more information, please visit protea.marriott.com.