Destinations in South Africa

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in South Africa

— Cape Town, South Africa

(Rated 9.7, 26 reviews)
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Nestled at the foot of Table Mountain, this elegant boutique hotel offers uniquely themed rooms with state-of-the-art technology. The outdoor pool and ...

— Cape Town, South Africa

(Rated 9.6, 235 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Cape Town – and a guest favourite. POD Camps Bay offers 5 star luxury hotel a 1-minute walk from the trendy Camps Bay beachf ...

— Johannesburg, South Africa

(Rated 9.6, 43 reviews)
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The Parkwood is in a lush and well-manicured garden estate in Parkwood, Johannesburg. It has luxurious accommodations with a swimming pool and free Wi ...

— Cape Town, South Africa

(Rated 9.6, 33 reviews)
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This trendy boutique hotel is situated at the foot of Table Mountain, right off Kloof Street. It has an outdoor plunge pool with mountain views and of ...

— Johannesburg, South Africa

(Rated 9.6, 139 reviews)
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This 4-star, family-run Sandton boutique hotel offers a private pool in the tranquil gardens, a covered outdoor dining and lounge area, and daily Engl ...

— Johannesburg, South Africa

(Rated 9.6, 168 reviews)
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Located in Houghton, The Residence is a boutique hotel that offers spacious suites with a spa bath, and a balcony overlooking the garden, the tennis c ...

— Cape Town, South Africa

(Rated 9.5, 36 reviews)
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Built in the 1800’s as a private residence for the harbour master, this beautifully restored building, situated in the V&A Waterfront, is home t ...

South Africa - The Rainbow Nation

When people usually think of South Africa, they think diversity. The diversity of experiences to be had, the diversity of cultures and the diversity of wildlife to encounter. Speaking of wildlife, there’s no better way to see the captivating creatures of South Africa than by safari. See the “Big Five” (lion, elephant, rhinoceros, leopard and buffalo) in an open air jeep, as you drive along the wild and dry plains of Africa. Kruger National Park in the north east of South Africa is the most popular safari spot, however you’ll find many safaris and reserves throughout the country. Once you’ve had enough close-encounters with the wildlife, visit the postcard perfect setting of Cape Town. While here, be sure to visit local markets and pick up some keepsake artisan goods, or on a clear day journey to the top of Table Mountain, one of South Africa’s most popular attractions. The five minute ride to the top is more than worth it, giving you a mind-blowing view of Cape Town below from more than 3,500 feet above sea level. Finally, for a humbling look into South Africa’s struggle for freedom, check out Robben Island, which housed Nelson Mandela for 18 of his 27 years in captivity.

Travel South Africa

See The "Big Five" At Kruger National Park

Take a tour through one of the world's most famous safari parks. Kruger National park is about 3 - 5 hours drive from Johannesburg, and offers visitors the chance to see the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino). Kruger Park also features archaeological sites, rock paintings and walking safaris for guests to immerse themselves in.

Explore The Magical City Of Cape Town

While in South Africa you can't miss one of the world's most stunning and endearing cities. Cape Town is nestled between a range of rugged mountains and pristine blue seas. For the best view of the city, hike up the infamous Table Mountain. Or take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk, where you might spot some friendly whales if you're lucky.

Fly High Through The Dragon Mountains

The magnificent Dragon Mountains (Drakensberg) are home to some of South Africa's highest peaks and are a hot spot for tourists all year round. During Winter especially visitors flock to this area to do everything from fishing and hiking, to parasailing and hot air balloon rides.

Tips And Travel Information For South Africa

Money The currency of South Africa is the rand (ZAR). Credit and debit cards can be used in main cities and top tier hotels, however smaller places may not accept them. In general Visa and MasterCard are the most relied upon. Getting Around Most people in South Africa get around using minibus taxis. The Bus Rapid Transport System (BRT) was also introduced in South Africa in 2014, in an attempt to provide safer transport networks. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Nov - Mar) Moderate (Apr - May & Sep - Oct) Quiet Season (Jun - Aug) High season in South Africa hits between the months of November and March. During this time expect accommodation to be booked up months in advance. Low season is between June and August, around Winter, which is actually an ideal time for wildlife watching.

Find Boutique Hotels In South Africa

Stay somewhere just as stunning as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in South Africa.