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It used to be a good place, back between 2014 and 2015, when I'd first stayed there. This time round, the hot showers don't work, the room kettles don't work, beds, pillows and linen are dirty, plus there are visible tears in the fabric. Place...More
Normally when I am in Lusaka I stay at a certain lodge, this time around traveling back to Lusaka the Lodge was fully booked so my cab driver suggested Mandahill, he thought it was better than where I normally stay, he did not lie. I...More
We came here for maybe 10 times in 2010,2011 and 2012. In this years it was Ok, but it became worse and worse. The staff is trying their best, but the owner doesn't do a thing, even when you ask for her. The showers, taps...More
Where to start?! First of all misleading advertising!!! Nothing is true...and do not be fooled by the phrase "luxury rooms"!!! It was the worst place we have ever stayed!! The bedding was dirty and torn, the tv didn't work, the shower head was so blocked...More
Mandahill Lodge is located in the quiet neighbourhood of the Parliament, and thus near to Arcades and Manda Hill shopping centers. The access road passes villas hidden behind high walls and protected by electric fences, and palm trees in front, it is an interesting view....More
US$53 - US$71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Our network there (so remote in the bush) is too poor for swipe machines, which would also make the payment unreliable at both sides. Also we rely on solar power. I would like to introduce swipe payments, but first I... More
Our network there (so remote in the bush) is too poor for swipe machines, which would also make the payment unreliable at both sides. Also we rely on solar power. I would like to introduce swipe payments, but first I have to be sure for both you and myself that it works reliable to avoid misunderstandings.
However: It is always possible to get Zambian Kwachas at ATM's both in Petauke and Mfuwe before traveling to Malama. You will need a VISA card for that.
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"There are no good rooms. Maybe room 10 or 11 (separate building)"