Hotel Portao Diaz

Situated in D’ Almeida in Mossel Bay (South A Brica), Hotel Portao Diaz offers an authentic African-urban experience in a local setting.

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It also features panoramic views of the bay and the Outeniqua Mountains. Enjoy a genuine cultural experience, surrounded by the modern comforts of a luxurious hotel. The nearest beach is 3.4km away. The rooms include an en-suite bathroom, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and a hairdryer on request. Some of the rooms have self-catering facilities as well. Featuring South African cuisine, the hotel’s restaurant offers seating for 100 guests, and an a-la-carte menu is available throughout the day. The cozy lounge bar features a big-screen TV. For breakfast, a traditional South African buffet is offered, cooked on an open fire outside. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool, play a round of billiard or experience life amongst ordinary South Africans. Travelers are also urged to try out Hotel Portao Diaz’s one of a kind Urban Boma. This dinner event transports guests to another world. Be swept away by traditional African food, prepared right in front of your eyes on an open fire all while the décor and traditional African Dancing and entertainment gives you the sense that you are living the real African Adventure. Try something different, not just for your pallet, but all your other sense as well. Free WiFi is available throughout and secure parking is provided. The hotel is in the cultural suburb of Mossel Bay and offers visitors a chance to experience the way the majority of South Africans life their everyday lives. It is definitely meant for travelers who want to stay off the beaten path, but still enjoy comfort and modern living, as all the rooms are newly renovated. You can book all your adventure activities, from Shark Cage Diving, Elephant Encounters and Game Drives to Scuba diving and Cave Walks, directly at the hotel. The hotel is less than an hour’s drive from George International Airport, and is close to the centre of town with its various pubs, restaurants, museums, casinos, and shopping centres.

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