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  • Gorah Elephant Camp

    Gorah Elephant Camp

    Addo Elephant National Park
    The incomparable thrill of quietly observing a passing herd of elephant while being served tea on the veranda of a stately colonial manor house is the stuff of dreams and legends - at Gorah it’s an everyday occurrence. This exclusive safari lodge recaptures the romantic mystique of authentic safari of centuries past - the awesome natural world of Africa merged with co ...lonial nostalgia and modern sophistication to deliver an unforgettably unique 5 star adventure. Gorah is the only private concession and Camp situated in the middle of the famous Addo Elephant National Park, home to the densest population of elephants on earth. Gorah is malaria-free, Big 5 and a member of Relais & Chateaux.Show More
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  • River Bend Lodge Exterior

    River Bend Lodge

    Addo Elephant National Park
    Revitalise your spirit and soul, leave the city life behind and escape to the tranquil natural beauty found at RiverBend Lodge. Anchored on endless horizons and flanked by the Zuurberg Mountains, RiverBend Game Lodge is situated a mere 45 minutes from Port Elizabeth, within a 14 000 ha private concession area of the Addo Elephant National Park on the Eastern Cape. Ri ...verBend Game Lodge - a personal experience, dedicated to conservation and rehabilitation of Africa’s natural world. Show More
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  • Abbey Manor & Table Mountain
    Abbey Manor is perfectly situated on the slopes of Table Mountain and overlooking Table Bay and the beautiful city of Cape Town. Minutes away from the city centre, the waterfront, the beaches, Camps Bay and the Cape Town International Conference Centre. Dramatic views from sumptuous rooms, each individually decorated. Abbey Manor was built in 1905 in the Arts-and-Craf ...ts style, and has been fully remodeled to ensure the highest level of comfort. The house was designed by the architect William Black, who was responsible for a wide range of famous buildings in Cape Town; he is more widely renowned for the arts-and-crafts movement in the Cape Province. Show More
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  • Camp’s Bay Retreat
    Camps Bay Retreat Boutique Hotel is a sanctuary for the soul, set on four acres of lush green nature reserve. With a mountain meditation pool, thickets of trees, waterfalls and streams, it is a peaceful paradise, where meditative moments are waiting to be had. All of the en-suite rooms are immaculately decorated, with mountain or sea views to ensure comfort and tran ...quillity. Views stretch across the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and along the peaks of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range, from the Deck House and The Villa. The estate has features such as two swimming pools, a tennis court, a wellness centre and a fine dining restaurant. Dine in the old world splendour of the original manor house, where The Retreat Kitchen’s executive chef creates a daily menu of gourmet fare, combining a symphony of fresh ingredients from local markets. Food is paired exquisitely with celebrated wines from the region, best experienced as part of a candlelit three course affair! Spoil yourself with a choice of massages, treatments and facials at the wellness centre. Spend the day luxuriating in the spa.Show More
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  • Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel

    Cape Cadogan

    Cape Town
    The Cape Cadogan boutique hotel is quintessential Cape Town, with each of its bedrooms individually decorated with touches of history blended with contemporary chic and bohemian influences. Guestrooms feature comfortable, high-quality linens and beddings, top-end bathing amenities, and most importantly a spacious sense of homeliness. Like the city, oblivious to the wo ...rld rushing by, Cape Cadogan has a laidback quality, which makes you want to sink deeper into your armchair and just soak it all in. You can take a walk to the buzzing bistros, boutiques, cafes and restaurants of Kloof Street, where you can enjoy the energy of the city and truly experience Cape Town. From Cape Town International Airport, it will take about 30 minutes to the Hotel.Show More
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  • Cape Grace

    Cape Grace

    Cape Town
    Magical views sparkle from the windows of Cape Grace, situated on the waterfront of Cape Town. The hotel comprises of luxurious rooms of various sizes and styles to suit the needs of each guest. Some rooms are built like lofts, with rooftop access for breakfast. Others offer balconies or French doors with views to the yacht marina. Cuisine at the hotel is enjoyable, w ...hile others prefer to explore restaurants around Cape Town itself. A melange of influences has formed a grand palette of flavors for the city. Friendly staff and small pleasantries add a smile to guests' stay at Cape Grace. Stay healthy with visits to the hotel gym, or spend time lounging near the pool. Feed your soul with rejuvenating body treatments and calm the mind with top floor city views at the exclusive African-inspired spa. Savour cappuccinos by day and a large variety of exceptional whiskies and wines by night at this waterside venue. Experience award-winning South African cuisine, superb Cape wines and scenic marina and mountain views.Show More
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  • Cape Milner

    Cape Milner

    Cape Town
    Cradled beneath the majestic Table Mountain in Cape Town's trendy suburb of Tamboerskloof is The Cape Milner. This exquisite hotel offers a sophisticated and contemporary ambience with the highest standards in style and luxury. Renowned for excellent service, a chic atmosphere and stunning interior decor, The Cape Milner was voted one of South Africa's best boutique h ...otels by acclaimed local magazine House and Leisure. The sweeping panorama of Table Mountain from the restaurant terrace, the hotel's alluring interior and its close proximity to the city centre and trendy Kloof Street makes the Cape Milner one of Cape Town's hottest spots. Exuberant staff and management live by an 'anything is possible' philosophy that makes each guest feel like a VIP, and ensures that your stay at the Cape Milner is a unique and unforgettable experience.Show More
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  • Clarendon Fresnaye

    Clarendon Fresnaye

    Cape Town
    Rested in the idyllic suburb of Fresnaye, Cape Town, The Clarendon Fresnaye reflects a glamorous ambiance and posh exclusivity bar none. Cradled along the slopes of Lions Head, The Clarendon offers exhilarating views of the wrapping indigo ocean along South Africa's most beautiful coast. Here on the shores of the Atlantic, a wonderful place of rich green lawns and spa ...rkling swimming pools, are set in a tranquil paradise against the backdrop of a mass of pink bougainvillea. This cosmopolitan city boutique caters to families, honeymooners and the exclusive traveller who wants to enjoy the best of Cape Town. Show More
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  • The Commodore

    Commodore Hotel

    Cape Town
    Enjoying a slightly elevated position adjacent to the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town, lies the elegant Commodore Hotel. With panoramic views over the Waterfront, Table Mountain and Atlantic Ocean, the Commodore Hotel is perfectly positioned to appreciate the city’s attractions. With a classical nautical atmosphere the 236 rooms are located over six floors. The Commodor ...e has a full range of facilities to offer guests comfort and convenience. The choice of sumptuous restaurants, cocktail bar and lounge and 24-hour room service mean you will never be short of delicious refreshment and nourishment.Show More
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  • De Waterkant Village

    De Waterkant

    Cape Town
    Colourful De Waterkant Village is a unique European influenced village of semi-detached quaint cottages and cobbled streets preserved from the 1760’s. Cradled between the city and the V&A Waterfront, De Waterkant Village is avant-garde, a cultural urban refuge highlighted by the abundance of restaurants, art galleries, clubs, salsa clubs, tapas bars and Parisian inspi ...red café’s. Drawing comparisons from cultural and artistic villages from all over the world, De Waterkant embraces individuality and theatricality, echoed in the architecture and vibrancy of its residents and visitors. Show More
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