Hotels in South Africa
Blending the work of contemporary local designers, the Grand Daddy Hotel is best known for its rooftop trailer park: seven vintage Airstream trailers, each designed with a different theme—for instance, the “Ballad of John and Yoko” includes a host of musical instruments, while “Goldilocks and the
The Vineyard, built around a 200-year-old homestead in the tranquil and leafy suburb of Newlands, has just emerged from a significant face-lift.
Previously The Westcliff
Palatial guest rooms in 9 villas on a hillside ridge overlooking the city.
Twice-daily game rides and decks overlooking the Mkuze River falls give guests plenty of opportunities to spot the Big Five and some of the 400 species of birds at this private game reserve south of Swaziland.
Colonial-style lodge and 6 raised tents—many with air-conditioning and green slate bathrooms—on an eco-friendly reserve.
Room to Book: The Tented Camp has old-world ambience and up-to-the-minute design details.
This six-suite game lodge in Karoo sits settler style on 70,000 acres of wilderness.
Rising eight stories above ships and fisheries, the Table Bay has picture-perfect harbor views and direct access to waterfront shops and restaurants.
Situated on the Sea Point Promenade, this Cape Dutch—style hotel faces the Atlantic on one side and Table Mountain on the other.