Search 321,000 hotels worldwide.
Get the price guarantee available for your trip.
No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.
It was a fantastic quick romantic getaway Staff friendly Location breathtakingly beautiful Everything about room was just perfect Loved THE decor
Quiet area with excellent view of lagoon. Excellent hosts. Very warm welcome. Modern decoration. Very comfortable room as well as dining area. Excellent breakfast, better than 5 star hotel. Little surprise I wish keep secret here.
Overnight stopover during garden route travels . Excellent experience with Chris and his team making you feel welcome from the moment you arrive until you leave . Rooms are comfortable and very clean . Gardens well maintained and encourage you sit back and relax and enjoy the sunshine . The restaurant ...
A comfortable and modern hotel with extremely friendly staff in an excellent location across the road from the beach. Large spacious rooms were excellent value.
I am not one for writing such reports, but having stayed at the Beach Villa accommodation I felt compelled to give some feedback. I am a frequent traveller and stayed at many 5 star hotels around the world, but I must stay the Quality of amenities and the service/ hospitality, matched with the location ...
As South Africa’s most happening cultural centre, Cape Town boasts a cutting-edge fashion scene, quirky boutiques, craft shops and independent galleries. The cultural energy of the provincial capital seeps out from the main metropolitan area and spreads into the surrounding region, where plenty of design-focused hotels, hostels and guesthouses are strewn along the coast, inland and in the Cape Winelands.
From cheap and cheerful to high-end luxury, the Western Cape’s design hotels come in many different guises. Choose a stylish boutique hotel in the centre of Cape Town for access to the city’s cultural attractions, or opt for a sleek beach resort along the Garden Route. Families might want to book spacious guest house-style lodgings in Oudtshoorn, a historic town touted as ‘the ostrich capital of the world’.
Venture into the city to discover Cape Town’s vibrant cultural scene. Study the old Dutch masters and contemporary artworks that hang at the South African National Gallery, survey the street art of the Woodstock neighbourhood and admire the Victorian-era architecture of Long Street and its Open House public artwork, which was designed during the city’s year as World Design Capital in 2014.
As any discerning aesthete will tell you, one of the best sources for visual inspiration is Mother Nature. The Western Cape has it in abundance. Leave your Western Cape hotel room and head for the arid open spaces of Little Karoo, where you can witness dramatic valley and mountain scenery, and find design studios occupying old farmsteads. Take a trip to one of the Western Cape’s wildlife reserves where you have a chance of glimpsing Africa’s famed Big Five animals – lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards and rhinos.
For water-based activities, or if you simply want to lounge on the sand, make a beeline for the superb beaches of the Western Cape coastline. Wildlife enthusiasts can see a range of unusual creatures ducking and diving around the ancient forests that stretch from Wilderness to Knysna.