Modern Luxury in Lusaka. Ideal for a 1 night recovery stop
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Lusaka, Zambia, Zambia
- Luxurious and large air-conditioned rooms.
- Short drive from the airport
- Ideal for a one-night recovery stop
Facilities includeAir con WIFI Air con Swimming pool Restaurant Bar/Lounge
- Spa Treatments
- Community Tour
- Cocktail Making
- Local Market tour
- Visit the Museums of Lusaka
Seasons in Zambia
About Latitude 15
Named after its latitude co-ordinates, Latitude 15 is a small boutique hotel in the quiet residential suburb of Kabulanga in Zambia's capital, Lusaka. Opened in 2014, the hotel is a short drive from the airport, and caters largely to travellers who are staying in Lusaka for a single night before continuing their travels or heading home.
Around the edge of Latitude 15 are 18 en-suite double bedrooms, positioned on the ground and first floors. Luxurious and large, each air-conditioned room differs slightly in terms of size and dÃ©cor, but all are tastefully decorated in cream and neutral colours, with several colourful paintings on the walls.
At the heart of Latitude 15, the main lounge area is very modern and stylish, but this has been done very well. Comfy seating, wooden coffee tables and lots of African artwork - both modern and more traditional - lend the hotel much more character than some of the larger international hotels, and allow you to feel that you are in Africa.
Latitude 15 is located in the quiet residential suburb of Kabulanga in Zambiaâs capital, Lusaka.
How to get there
Latitude 15 is about 30â35 minutesâ drive from Lusaka Airport, depending on the traffic.
When to go
Latitude 15 is open all year round.
The dry months are from June till October and the wet months are November till May. Temperatures range throughout the year from between 11-40 C.
Zambiaâs local currency is the Kwacha (ZKW). The US Dollar (USD) and the SA Rand (ZAR) are widely accepted in the country.
South African residents and SADEC passport holders do not need a visa, but require a valid passport to enter Zambia. All non-SADEC passport holders require a visa to enter Zambia. Visas can be purchased upon arrival at Livingstone at US$ 50 per visa. It is however recommended that a dual-entry visa is purchased at a cost of US$ 80 to allow one to either enter Zimbabwe or Botswana for some of the activities.
Zambia is a malaria area. It is advised that you use malaria prophylaxis and consult your doctor or pharmacist regarding recommended brands.
Travelling with children
Children are welcomed at the Latitude 15 although parents should be aware that there is an unfenced swimming pool with a deep end.
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