Tourists coming to Africa consider where to stay first, before thinking of other things. The reason is simple. If you do not have a good place to stay at the end of your tour, your visit might not be conducive or convenient. Whether you are an African trying to visit another African country or a tourist coming to Africa for the first time, we have listed some of the luxurious hotel suites you might want to consider.
The One Above: Cape Town, South Africa
The hotel is a 2-story penthouse suite nestled on top of the One & Only Cape Town hotel. You enjoy stunning views of the picturesque Cape Town from here. From the living areas and terraces, you can see Robben Island, Table Mountain, and the surroundings. The hotel suite is adorned with art and has a library and two rooftop swimming pools.
North Island Villa: Seychelles
North Island Villa is an exclusive hotel in Seychelles. It was reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William resided here. The environment is a haven with its pristine tropical beach, uninterrupted sunsets, and spectacular diving.
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge: Tanzania
You cannot beat the surrounding of the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. The exterior might seem perplexing, but the unusual details leave you in awe. It evokes a village or traditional Tanzanian manyatta setting. The interiors are festooned with chandeliers, antiques, mosaics, and vaulted ceilings.
Delaire Graaf Estate: Stellenbosch, South Africa
Delaire Graaf Estate is a home to visit. We called the hotel a home because of its perfection, ranging from the landscaped gardens to its exquisite spa. The Presidential Suite or Owner’s Lodge are places you cannot resist spending your time.
Granite Suites: Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa
This suite is synonymous with luxurious safaris, embracing the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which is adjacent to the world-famous Kruger National Park. You have loads of activities and pampering to enjoy in this place.
The Oberoi: Turtle Bay, Mauritius
Talk about luxury and relaxation when you come to the Oberoi. Enjoy a ‘carefree beach holiday’ when you stay at The Oberoi. The hotel is on a long stretch of pristine coastline, which is sheltered by extensive sub-tropical gardens.
Morukuru Ocen House: De Hoop, South Africa
How do you feel when beauty and comfort are added to your stay in a hotel? De Hoop, a beautiful coastal reserve on the picturesque Whale Coast of South Africa is where you should stay. You have many activities to unwind with, from its private hot tub to its library in the 360-degree view living area, you have loads of activities to embark upon.
Serengeti House: Tanzania
Serengeti House in Tanzania opens you to the views of some of the most dramatic scenes of the Wildebeest Migration. The spacious 4-bedroom vacation villa offers privacy and exclusivity.
Castleton: Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa
Castleton is situated near the Kruger National Park. It is built as six individual cottages, which lets teenagers or couples have their own space. It has a spa treatment room, a private chef, a wine cellar, an archery, a tennis court, and tailor-made game viewing.