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Have your cocktails served from our bar and tapas from our kitchen on silver Moroccan plates. This is the best place for relaxed whale and dolphin watching while listening to the gentle sound of the sea.
The chef makes suggestions, the guests decide and then enjoy – fusion cuisine, a combination of Italy and France with a dash of Asia, “con-fusion cuisine” as Guido jokingly calls it.
Our Beach Lounge White Gazebos floating over the Indian Ocean
Each suite is a world on its own, a masterpiece of design in exquisite shades of aqua blue. The spacious pool set over the ocean is illuminated at night. Above it are the restaurant and lounge with projected images and music ranging from Pavarotti to Café Del Mar.
Here, close to the city of Durban in South Africa’s “forgotten paradise”, lies a true gem. Days at Sea – a luxury hotel with just 6 suites, is a hideaway in the true sense of the word, a refuge for lovers of nature, first-class cuisine and fine wine.
De l’avis : Hätten uns mehr erwartet… sur Days At Sea Beach Lodge
“Gorgeous hideaway hotel overlooking the Indian Ocean” We arrived at the Days at Sea to a warm welcome from the staff and a view that takes your breath away.
The five-star boutique hotel is surrounded by three world-class golf courses – Wildcoast, San Lameer and Southbroom – and several leading game reserves, home to the “big five”, are within driving distance.
The European background of artist and photographer Dr. Guido Schoeldgen and his wife Annette, a fashion designer, is evident throughout. Clear-cut lines, refreshing pictures and sculptures with accompanying texts characterise the beachfront hotel.
The gentle murmur of the Indian Ocean is a constant lullaby.
From Review: Hätten uns mehr erwartet… of Days At Sea Beach Lodge
Days at Sea Beach Lodge One of the 100 best hideaway hotels of the world 2018
Make yourself at home in a paradise nestled in tropical, lush gardens right on THE Golden sandy beaches like an island in the Indian Ocean.