Africa boasts of many luxurious hotels with restaurants and fine dining that attract some of the worlds finest chefs. There are too many to count and way too many to explore at once. The elegance and sophistication in these hotels is out of this world and the culinary cuisine is top class!
Here are a few we thought worth mentioning:
Constance Le Prince, Maurice, Pointe de Flacq, Mauritius: With more than 89 suites, comfort is top priority for everyone who stays at the Constance Le Prince hotel. Other services offered at the hotel include babysitting, hairdressing and water sports. Yes, you heard right, there are babysitters for that one or many private and special evenings you might to spend with your significant other. The restaurants at Constance Le Prince include of The Archipel, the Barachois Bar, and The Barachois restaurant, The Sushi Corner, The Laguna Bar, The Lotus Lounge Bar and The Wine Cellar.
Baraza Resort & Spa, Bwejuu, Tanzania: The Arab style is the first thing that will greet you when you set foot at the Baraza Resort and Spa. Baraza Resort & Spa is Zanzibar’s utmost elite boutique hotels. From sea views to en-suite bathroom villas, luxury is the name of the game at Baraza Resort & Spa. Baraza Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive family resort with activities for the whole family. There is a library that boosts of historical books of Zanzibar and East Africa for the children to read. The books available at the library range from anything between animals, trees, fish and spices of East Africa. For folks looking to holiday here, be sure to check the latest Zanzibar Packages on offer at www.discoverzanzibar.co.za.
The Oyster Box, Umhlanga Rocks, South Africa: There is a saying that roams around Durban that says ‘Fact: Durban Rocks’. The Oyster Box proves just how much Durban rocks. The Oyster Box offers an exceptional view overseeing the Indian Ocean and the lighthouse. This hotel carries much weight having won many awards such as the Top Hotel in South Africa from the TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Awards 2017. Talk about practicing what they preach! Kids under the age of 12 stay for free. The Oyster Box has a gym, a spa and is pet friendly for those who can’t go a day without seeing their pets.
Hotel Sahrai, Fes, Morocco: This hotel has an outdoor pool, garden, wellness center and spa. There is free Wi-Fi for the children and guests who want to surf the net or round up on some last minute work assignments. There is also a rooftop bar that serves global and nationwide dishes for the guests to enjoy. There is a rooftop as well for the people that love things on higher side of life!
Belmond Safaris, Okavango, Delta, Botswana: Belmond Safari is one of the best places to visit in Botswana. Not only is it pleasing for the eyes to be around such beautiful nature, it is also pleasing for the excellent staff that is waiting to be at your service. Restaurants include the Savute Boma, Fish Eagle Bar and private dining. Be sure not to miss taking the half day helicopter and horseback safari ride while you are there! You won’t regret it.
Fairmont, The Norfolk Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya: The Norfolk Hotel was constructed in the year 1904. Throughout the years, Fairmont The Norfolk has been renovated to give it a bit of a contemporary touch while conserving its customary appeal. There are a 170 visitor lodgings and suites; a heated outside swimming pool, fitness club, tropical redesigned lands, and a variety of restaurants, comprising of the Lord Delamere Terrace, a widely held rendezvous for global travelers and native clients. It is safe to say Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel still remains undeniably Nairobi’s finest gem.
Without a doubt though we have to choose Baraza Resort & Spa, Bwejuu, Tanzania as the winner from this selection of hotels hosting fine dining and elegant cuisine. The menu is packed with mouth watering dishes that will appeal to every gourmet’s palette. Be sure to check out the web for all the best Zanzibar Accommodation packages if you are tempted to give this jewel a try.
Africa has many other spectacular hotels throughout the entire continent. If we had to review them all, we would take just about the exact amount of years the Norfolk Hotel has been in operation.