Royal Livingstone Hotel Restaurant. The food is tasty at the Royal Livingstone, and high tea is a real treat (see below). I enjoyed lots of items from the snack menu, which is available throughout the day and evening. As expected with a 5 star property, the prices are quite steep, expect to pay $15 and up for a sandwich or salad. The dining room is very pleasant but a bit formal. I saw several people turned away because they were wearing t-shirts and not proper shirts. It seemed a waste since there were plenty of empty tables despite guests being urged to make reservations in advance. The a la carte menu offers lots of interesting dishes using local fish and some more exotic game meats. The breakfast is quite spectacular and included in the room rate. The lounge is elegantly furnished with a Victorian flair. The highlight here is the English High Tea that's served daily from 3.30pm - 5.30pm. The spread is mouth watering and extensive from pies to pastries. The bar at the Royal Livingstone is impressive to look at and very comfortable too. Lots of history on the walls, a case of Cuban cigars, and a well stocked inventory. I enjoyed several evenings here with a salad and a good glass of wine. The hotel has 6 computers for use that are hooked up to the internet in a small "business room". A large screen TV also lives in this room. It's fine for a quick e-mail check but you really want to spend your time outside! If you need to access the internet from your room, you pay quite a bit extra for Wifi, which is not always reliable. The shop, "Royal Livingstone Collection", has some nice curios and souvenirs, along with postcards and clothing. The Zambezi Sun, ten minutes walk away, has more shops that offer handmade crafts at cheaper prices, and a bank. The Spa offers a good menu of treatments including deep cleansing facials, invigorating massages and body and beauty treatments such as waxing, wraps, manicures and pedicures. The gym offers some fitness classes along with a host of fitness machines.