Plettenberg Park Hotel and Spa

The Locaton Corporation - South Africa

Plettenberg Park Hotel Spa, Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Park Hotel and Spa is an exclusive and unique hotel found in the heart of the South African Garden Route and yet only minutes away from the holiday mecca of Plettenberg Bay.

The hotel is situated in a private nature reserve, nestling on a cliffs edge, offering guests dramatically sweeping views of the Indian Ocean. Here accent is on uniqueness, time honoured values, excellent personal service and superb cuisine. It is a perfect location for todays discerning traveler who seeks something both benefiting and inspiring to ones inner well being. Plettenberg Park has been a host to many distinguished guests, such as Nelson Mandela and Richard Branson amongst many others have visited this Plettenberg hotel, Plettenberg bay.

Six Star Plettenberg Bay Hotel

Open spaces and the symmetry of both natural and man made structures play many roles at Plettenberg Park, not only in terms of the panoramic views across the ocean and savannah behind, but also within the architecture of the hotel itself.

The Plettenberg Bay hotel, Plettenberg Park, is an all-weather hotel, brilliant and lazy in summer sunshine, with spectacular arching views of the ocean, whilst in winter experience the wild, blustery and enveloping days saturated with log fires and wraps.

The interior of the hotel is somewhat contemporary, with a dash of sophistication and mixed with local ingredients reflecting the trends of today, be it comfort, restraint or sophistication; all of which suits the most discerning tastes for unique Plettenberg Bay luxury accommodation. The dcor hand picked by interior designer Sarah Stevens consists of natural materials and neutral tones that permeate the entire hotel. Plettenberg Park boasts a private art collection by Tamsin Relly from Knysna as well as a photography collection by Clinton Friedman.

The architecture is refreshingly simple, with long lines running unobtrusively along the length of the building resulting