Accommodation is offered in comfortable rooms, and guests have a choice of twin or double rooms or a luxurious honeymoon suite. Each room has en-suite facilities, and features tea- and coffee-making facilities, a digital safe, a fan and a TV. Wi-Fi internet access is also available.
Park Place offers a presidential suite with its own private parking, 4 executive rooms, 5 deluxe rooms, 5 standard rooms, 2 single rooms and 2 garden rooms. Altogether, our boutique guesthouse has 19 beautifully crafted bedrooms,
The Premier Hotel Regent is a classic beach hotel, situated on East London’s Esplanade Drive overlooking the Indian Ocean. It is ideally positioned at the gateway to both the Sunshine and Wild Coast, and is the ideal business and leisure venue for all travellers.
Centrally situated in the suburbs of East London, Devereux Lodge offers you a choice of Victorian or Tuscan-style luxury accommodation, with the added bonus of your own entrance and off street parking.
Good, old fashioned hospitality and service
The Premier Hotel EL ICC is situated in East London on the Esplanade, and commands spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, at the gateway to the Sunshine and Wild Coasts. Perfect for either the leisure or corporate traveller, close to all the action.
Gulu is +- 10/12 minutes drive from the East London Airport, and +- 20 minutes drive to East London. This makes it ideal for guests who have to be at the airport early in the morning.
It is the ideal destination for nature lovers
Price: From R805 per person sharing
Capacity: 260 pax
Overlooking the site where the Nahoon River meets the warm Indian Ocean, The Blue Lagoon Hotel and Conference Centre, East London
Crawford’s Beach Lodge, set along the magical Wild Coast, offers rustic yet luxury accommodation for the most discerning of travellers and conference organisers, who are looking for fun, sunshine and relaxation. It is nestled in the middle of the beautiful Chintsa Bay
Located in a quiet suburb of East London, Quarry Lake Inn is a 4-star graded guest house overlooking a rehabilitated quarry. Indigenous trees and plants were introduced to maintain a natural environment that supports an abundance of bird and animal life.