Mulungushi Village Complex is located 300 meters off the great east road as you come from the Lusaka airport.
The Mulungushi Village lies on 45 hectares of land, in Kalundu, one of the suburbs of Lusaka, giving you the perfect scenery and good atmosphere ideal for the business traveler or the holiday maker.
The Complex is just 15 kilometers from the airport and 7 kilometers from Lusaka town center.
The complex offers best facilities in accommodation, conferences, restaurant, bar and leisure. It is truly your home away from home, meeting world class standards.
There are 89 villas, with each villa having two living rooms, treating you to a fabulous hospitality. These villas make it perfect setting for you - if you are traveling as a family.
On offer are 16 apartments leaving you, spoiled for choices. Also part of the accommodation bargain is the hotel, which has 7 well furnished rooms at your disposal, the lounge, the bar and restaurant.
Whatever your needs, Mulungushi Village has it all and much more to your satisfaction. The conference room, equipped with modern audio-visual and communication technology, and offering you access to the internet, is in a class of its own. The room can seat from 60 to 120 people in comfort, giving your meetings, whether small or big, that extra flair.
Other facilities include 2 tennis and 2 squash courts, if you want to put your rackets to good use. There is a large splash swimming pool for cooling off the afternoon heat. All in all, Mulungushi village is good value for money.
For leisure, the Complex is located near the bustling Arcades shopping and entertainment complex, on the Great East Road. The Arcades has a range of shops, bars, restaurants as well as a cinema, bowling alley, casino and night club at one place.
Mulungushi Village complex makes it possible to enjoy a solitary and quiet atmosphere, with enchanting and friendly staff at hand to liven up your stay at the Complex.
Mulungushi Village Complex
Tel: 260 211 291416, 260 211 292629
Fax: 260 211 290830
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