Hotels in South Africa
Thirteen artists were each given the same budget to decorate the rooms at Daddy Long Legs. Guests are taken on a tour of the unoccupied “exhibitions” and then invited to select their favorite.
Visit the new contemporary gallery at Cape Town's Ellerman House, built into the bluff below the hotel's swimming pool.
Recommended by Joel Zack, one of T+L's 2010 A-List travel agents.
Three hundred miles from Cape Town, this exclusive getaway (tennis superstar Roger Federer bought a private residence here) is set on a bluff above the ocean.
Two lodges with interiors by up-and-coming African designers—Boulders is high-design rustic built into the landscape, Ebony has a vintage safari feel.
Set along a secluded stretch of Atlantic coast, this 70-room mini-resort is a sanctuary where mountain views, sea breezes, and heady indigenous plant life converge.
This rambling 17th-century Cape Dutch–style farm estate in the Cape Winelands is no rough-and-ready dude ranch.
This stylish Cape Dutch guesthouse has eight rooms and a swimming pool, on Prince Albert's main street.