MORE Lodges & Hotels
Some of the MORE lodges and hotels are part of the More family heritage; tremendous gifts handed down through generations of custodians.
Others took time and patience to curate, and great passion to transform into the special and singular places they are today.
Vic Falls’ first luxury boutique hotel, with just 16 luxury Suites, welcomes guests (of all ages) to pause on a spectacular Southern African itinerary. Its elegant-yet-approachable design is a fresh take on colonial style, and its spaces – a lounge, bar, restaurant, terrace and serviced pool facing onto tranquil gardens – encourage you to settle in and relax. Thoughtful comforts, attentive service, and excellent food enhance the experience, ensuring you are very well taken care of – a hallmark of Stanley & Livingstone.
Ursula’s is a more intimate option than its sister property, Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel, and can be booked as an exclusive retreat for families and friend groups. Its main guest area – including a dining room, lounge, outdoor relaxation space with a firepit, and pool – serves four individual Rooms, offering a little more privacy, set amongst manicured garden. Each sleeps two guests (twin and triple configurations on request), and features a king-sized bed, minibar, en-suite bathroom, and terrace.
Marataba Safari Lodge
Glamping in one of 15 Tented Suites gets you closer to nature, without having to rough it. Each abode may look ‘down to earth’ though is anything but basic, with a king-size bed, minibar, en-suite and outdoor shower. The lodge welcomes guests of all ages, with specially-planned children’s activities and a childminding service.
Marataba Mountain Lodge
Every operational and design element, from solar panels to furnishings, has taken its cue from the earth, serving to merge this exclusive lodge with its environment and soften its impression. Five deluxe Eco Suites – each with a king-sized bed, maxibar, fireplace, rain shower, and viewing deck – accommodate you, and just nine other guests, in a wilderness world of your own.
Lelapa (meaning ‘family’ in Setswana) welcomes guests of all ages, with family-friendly accommodations and specially-planned children’s activities. Each of its 12 luxury Suites has a private lounge, viewing deck, and plunge pool.
This modern lodge, comprises just four luxury Suites and reminds of a traditional homestead. Kopano (meaning ‘small gathering’ in Setswana) can be booked out on an exclusive basis and is well-suited to a get-together of friends or family.
Dithaba (meaning ‘mountain’ in Setswana) has just four luxury Suites overlooking the expansive reserve. Each is a couple or solo traveller’s retreat; or together, an exclusive home base for a friend or family group while on safari.
This Cape Town hotel’s 23 accommodations are ideal for travellers who appreciate having their own spot to come home to, where you can kick off your shoes and play your favourite music after a busy day out.
Luxury rooms, including family rooms, come with all the privacy of your own lounge, kitchen and dining area, and all the convenience of five-star hotel service. The hotel also includes the four-bedroom Redcliffe House and we invite you, and your family or friends, to experience it as your own.
Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel, set in the suburb of Gardens in Cape Town, is a grand old dame (with National Monument status) dating back to the early 1800s. But her bold and quirky style brings her firmly into the 21st century, without losing any of her charm.
From the outside, this original Georgian house, with Victorian additions, looks like a private residence, and each of her 15 individually-decorated rooms is intended to make solo, couple, and business travellers alike feel at home.