With its turrets piercing the indigo Eastern Cape skyline, The Boardwalk, located in Algoa Bay, the coastal strip of Nelson Mandela Bay, is one of South Africa’s most sought after business and holiday destinations. From its stunning beachfront location to its classically charming architecture, evocative of age-old Victorian grandeur, The Boardwalk is the ideal resort for locals and tourists alike.
With a tempting variety of sidewalk restaurants and bars, The Boardwalk is home to some of the most popular restaurants in Port Elizabeth, with spectacular views of Boardwalk’s multimedia musical fountain.
- Electronic safe
- Bar fridge
- En-suite bathroom with separate shower
- 24-hour room service
- International direct dial
- LED TV with radio
- Satellite TV
- Tea and coffee station
- Telephone with voicemail
- Universal adaptor socket
- Voltage 220V/50 hz
- Wi-fi access
- Writing desk
The hotel spa features
- holistic massage and treatment rooms,
- steam rooms,
- hydrotherapy tubs, and
- an indoor pool.
Guests will be able to enjoy
- High Tea in the hotel lobby,
- go for a swim in the outdoor pool, or
- indulge in fine-dining cuisine at Kipling’s Brasserie.
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The Boardwalk – other activities
When it comes to entertainment, this beachfront precinct offers up a multiplicity of fun and excitement for business travellers, families and romantics.
The Boardwalk Multi-media Lake Spectacular is the signature attraction of the “must see, must do” Boardwalk experience. It is one of the largest musical water extravaganzas South Africa has ever seen. This water spectacular is crafted with the latest individually illuminated hydro static valves; the fountain shoots jets of water into the sky with compressed air. The individual fountains are choreographed to dance and move to an infinite variety of musical scores. The spectacle is free for anyone to see from The Boardwalk promenade, providing a fantastic sight for locals and tourists alike, as well as wonderful entertainment for restaurant guests seated along the water’s edge.