8 of Africa’s most exotic hotels

Africa is widely known for its holiday homes and cottages. But this is not all, beyond the remote getaway lies uptown picturesque hotel rooms. SleepOut highlights some of these hotels from across the continent.

Le Touessrok – Mauritius

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Le Touessrok is perched in a unique natural setting and passes as an ideal romantic destination. The hotel has fancy rooms with king-size beds meant to give the utmost comfort and relaxation. The hotel also has classic restaurants, bars, and spa and delivers tropical elegance with crystal clear lagoons.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza – Cairo

 

Located in a soaring 20-story Giza tower, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo has 269 luxury hotel guest rooms including 43 suites opening up to a range of long vistas including the pyramids, botanical gardens and captivating views of the city.

 

Palais Namaskar, Marrakech – Morocco

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Palais Namaskar Marrakech is a 5-star hotel nestled between Morocco’s Atlas Mountains and Djebilet Hills, Palais Namaskar on a 12 acre of pristine seclusion with tranquil lakes and panoramas.

The hotel hosts a total of 14 units comprising 3 different types of suites, 2 styles of luxury villas, 3 extraordinary palaces and several rooms . Some of the units feature terraces while others offer outdoor areas while the 5-star palaces also include private kitchens and butler services.

Banyan Tree – Seychelles

Banyan tree resort is a unique, spectacular five-star hotel in Mahe, Seychelles. The hotel offers luxury and comfort with richly furnished rooms with a stunning view of the seascape.

The spa is heavenly with trained, skilled staff. While here you can enjoy a host of activities including tennis, snorkeling, swimming in the shallow calm waters or simply enjoying some true relaxation in some of the world’s magical beaches and, swaying palm trees and the lush tropical forest.

The Oberoi, Sahl Hasheesh – Egypt

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The Oberoi, Sahl Hasheesh is a secluded haven on the Red Sea. The architecture of the report reflects the style of the region, resplendent with domes, arches, and columns. The all-suite resort with private courtyards complemented by soothing interiors and luxurious bathrooms.

The resort’s distinctive guest accommodations include Deluxe, Superior Deluxe, Grand and Royal Suites. Grand and Royal Suites have private heated swimming pools.

Cape Grace, Cape Town – South Africa

Located on its own quay, a bridge away from the V & A waterfront, Cape Grace stands as a picturesque location surrounded by water with close proximity to restaurants, waterfront shops, and tourist attractions. The hotel has 122 rooms with French doors that open onto mountain or marina or harbor views.

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti – Tanzania

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The four seasons hotel is found in the middle of Serengeti national park yet still the luxury experienced is out of this world. The hotel has a spa with international staff who give you massages that will leave you truly refreshed and rejuvenated.

Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club – Kenya

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The Fairmont Mount Hotel offers unimaginable luxury with a magnificent view of snow-capped Mount Kenya. The hotel has elegant rooms offering a unique blend of relaxation, comfort, and adventure.  Each of the grand rooms features a fireplace, fully stocked minibar and rain shower.

Some of the recreational activities available include golf, horseback riding, swimming, and croquet.

 

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