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Located in the heart of Lusaka, the luxurious Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower is the perfect stopover or city break.

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Key facts of Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower

Open All year round
Country Zambia
City Lusaka
Accommodation 137 rooms
Policy All ages welcome
Airport Lusaka International Airport
Patio at Protea Hotel Lusaka Tower
Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower

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Protea Hotel by Marriott Lusaka Tower is centrally located in a trendy part of Lusaka. Guests staying here have the benefit of having direct access to shops and restaurants and there are a few places of interest close by. The hotel caters to both corporate and leisure guests’ alike and it is just 25 minutes from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. Protea Hotel Lusaka Tower restaurant, The Steakhouse Restaurant, and Rooftop bar, Cloud 9 are all ideal to relax with a sundowner in hand.

Executive rooms at Protea Hotel Lusaka Towers
En suite
Air Conditioning
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Room phone available 
Television in all rooms
Swimming Pool


At the hotel, each of the rooms have a TV, air conditioning and satellite channels as well as a refrigerator. The ensuite bathroom has a shower and also comes with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Extras include a sofa, a desk and a safety deposit box.


There are a lot of things to see and do in Lusaka should you have a night or two in the city, from history and culture to wildlife conservation.

Lusaka City and Township Tours – most hotels will be able to arrange this for you. Great way to further gain insight to the way of life of the local people and see key highlights of the city.

Kabwata Cultural Centre – Top place for hand-made curios and souvenirs when in Lusaka. Zambian artists from all over the country are resident here and show off various artefacts like carvings, jewellery, and many other crafts. Historically the centre provided ‘temporary’ housing for Lusaka’s indigenous labour force during the 1930/40s.

National Museum – It showcases Zambia’s history and culture, divided into archaeology, anthropology, and political and social history.

Henry Tayali Visual Arts Centre and Nomwande Art Gallery are also places worth visiting for buying and seeing local artists’ talent.

Lilayi Lodge – this is set on a fully functional farm but also offers game viewing experiences and so you can have both a farm and safari experience in one, along with horse riding and wine tasting. Perhaps the major highlight here is the elephant orphanage located near Lilayi’s entrance.

Munda Wanga Wildlife Park & Sanctuary – This park has strong emphasis on conservation and environmental sustainability. It has a selection of the country’s flora and fauna.

Elephant Orphanage at Lilayi

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