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Africa is a well endowed and unusual continent; from tourist attractions, to game parks, to minerals, and to climatic conditions. From Cairo to Nairobi, and all the way to Johannesburg, facilities that are made with every end in mind, splendid and magnificent in their own way, are on the rise. In Africa, you can…!
1. Hotel Belmond Mount Nelson
Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel is Cape Town’s most iconic luxury hotel located in a sprawling garden dome in the heart of the city’s vibrant cultural centre and close to the bustling V&A Waterfront and some of Cape Town’s best beaches. The hotel is an urban sanctuary with a romantic heritage, a unique sense of style, and an unparalleled commitment to service excellence.
2. Palais Faraj
Situated on top of a small hill overlooking the historic Medina of Fez, Palais Faraj Suites & Spa draws guests into a magical world where the enchantment of a bygone era blends harmoniously with modern inspiration. The building is an architectural jewel with stucco laces, marble floors and ribbed arches that ensure that each guest experiences exquisite refinement and discovers an ancient culture rich in art and history. With 25 suites, a swimming pool, spa, two restaurants and a panoramic lounge, Palais Faraj offers a comfortable and relaxing stay.
3. U Nilu Ritz-Carlton
Started in the heart of the city, between the Nil and the emblematic Tahrir Square, discover the Caire as in the Nil Ritz-Carlton. Discover graceful spaces and enjoy exclusive views of the Nil River and the Egyptian Museum from the rooms and suites. In the luxury rooms you have a private oasis where a marble bathroom and a generous space invite guests to relax and unwind. The spacious hotel suites are designed to invite guests to relax, entertain and be comfortable in a first-class environment.
4. Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean and 30 nautical kilometres from the Seychelles International Airport, the secluded island of all villas has an infinity pool, beaches, spa, chef’s kitchen, cinema, cooking classes, activities for youngsters and water sports. Guests are invited to join the heliport or the property’s own boat. Nestled on the private island of Félicité, Six Senses Zil Pasyon is made up of contemporary villas designed to offer first-class comfort and a sea view. Located on one of La Digue’s satellite islands, the property is the only resort on the island.
5. Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel
Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel was a first in Kenya’s culinary history, and continues to be Nairobi’s most famous luxury hotel. The city and later the modern city of Nairobi grew up around the Fairmont The Norfolk Hotel, which always has its own private tropical gardens. The hotel is always the traditional departure point for safaris and the Lord Delamere Terrace is Nairobi’s most famous meeting place, where drinks and light meals are served continuously from morning until midnight.
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