Whether it’s a luxurious tented lodge, American-style amenity loaded resort or exclusive boutique hotel, the accommodations choices in South Africa are exceptional. After a restful sleep at one of these great properties, rest assured, you’ll rejuvenate to experience another exciting day on the course, safari or sightseeing.
Shamwari Game Reserve—Surrounded by lush vegetation that provides privacy and a feeling of seclusion, this tented property is oozing with luxury appointments. Each accommodation has a wooden floor, comfortable furniture and plush bedding.
Situated in the southwest corner of Kruger National Park, the Jock Safari is the perfect blend of luxury and easy access to Big Five game viewing. Carefully screened by lush trees and reed walls, the 12 individual thatched rooms are designed so you feel connected with nature in an amenity appointed environment.
Offering views of the Montagu Golf Course and landscaped gardens, the guest rooms and suites at Fancourt feature shared or private balconies. The seemingly endless list of amenities at this luxurious 133-room hotel includes a spa, variety of restaurants, hair salon, ladies boutique, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and walking trails.
Perched on a cliff above gardens and Hermanus’ Walker Bay, this spectacular, 40-room boutique hotel dates back to 1902. It overlooks a pristine whale sanctuary and gives guests the opportunity from June to November to experience the best land-based whale watching in the world. Each guest room and suite is individually decorated.
This elegant boutique hotel with 21 rooms and 3 suites combines old world charm with modern amenities. Set on an historic wine farm on the foothills of the Stone Mountains, the hotel gives guests a unique setting amongst the vineyards with breathtaking views of the mountains.
A truly inspiring hotel, the 207-room Vineyard is set on six beautifully landscaped acres in lush suburb of Newlands on the banks of the Liesbeek River. Originally built in 1799, the hotel has postcard beautiful panoramas of the forested slopes of Table Mountain.