Africa is a continent well known for its vast plains and amazing wildlife, but perhaps less recognized for its potential as an urban getaway. African cities, though, are worthy destinations in their own right and here we round-up 10 of the best African city breaks. We hope they might give you an insight into an often overlooked aspect to this wonderful continent.
Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
Overlooking the inviting waters of the Red Sea, the magnificent Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh is a modern, thriving resort ideal for families, close to all the cultural attractions of Sharm – where luxury and natural beauty meet. Reminiscent of an Arabian palace, it features sweeping Moorish archways crowned with intricately carved grilles. Luxurious Four Seasons villas are spread in village-style clusters, commanding breathtaking sea or courtyard garden views.
Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra, Ghana
Set on 16 acres of landscaped gardens, the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra is ideally located for both business and leisure. The hotel is located close to government ministries, the National Theatre and the Accra International Conference Centre. After a busy day, relax in an urban style resort at the largest swimming pool in Ghana.
A variety of entertainment venues include the all-day Sankofa Restaurant as well as one2one, Accra’s elegant cocktail bar. The Pool Bar and BBQ offer a more casual atmosphere to escape the city.
Sankara Nairobi, Kenya
Sankara Nairobi is a five-star hotel in Westlands, close to international airports, the United Nations Nairobi headquarters and embassies. It combines superior international standards with personalized service and an authentic new African flavor. The tranquillity of the spacious hotel rooms, the stunning rooftop pool and the world-class spa create the perfect environment for guests to relax and unwind while a tempting choice of dining areas and carefully designed meeting spaces put the hotel at the center of Nairobi’s vibrant social and business life.
All rooms have marble bathrooms with separate glass-walled rain showers and bathtub, a large desk and ergonomic chair.Guests booking club rooms and executive suites have exclusive access to the hotel’s luxury seventh floor club lounge and a range of butler services…
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