The international award winning Lion Sands Ivory Lodge is ultra luxurious, yet simple and uncluttered. The lodge is about overriding exclusivity with complete privacy, where each suite is operated as a private villa. Neither word nor photograph can capture the sense of the pure beauty which is breathed in when opening the carved wooden doors leading into this private recluse arguably the worlds finest suite.

The public areas at Ivory Lodge offers guests the following: a private bar with fireplace, a library lounge, well stocked wine cellar, wooden viewing decks, a magnificent River Island Deck built on the river, Lalamuka Health Spa & gymnasium, curio shop & both an indoor and open-air (Boma) dining area.

Lodge Bedrooms
The Lodge comprises six generously sized privately situated villas, each with a separate living room, plunge pool and an open plan en-suite bathroom with an enclosure for the outdoor shower 6-star luxury in the middle of the bush. The colour scheme of ebony and ivory is interpreted in a modern style, while selected African accessories blend the old world with the new to create Afro-Euro chic. Breathtaking views of the Sabie River, which has flowing water all year around, can be viewed through the oversized windows of your villa or from your private viewing terrace. Baby elephants bathing in the river, zebra, gnu and the large Nile crocodile are the only neighbours you shall see.

Room amenities include a king size bed with mosquito netting (can be made up as twin bed), en-suite bathroom, inside and outside shower, free standing bath and double vanity basin, as well as a private viewing deck, private plunge pool, lounge with fireplace, air-conditioning, overhead fan, maxi-bar, safe and telephone.



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