Review by: Anonymous
- Countries Visited:
- Mauritius & South Africa
- Holiday Type:
Excellent hotels. Especially the Last word Franschoek and the One and only Cape Town. Absolutely superb service, rooms and food. Franschoek was a beautiful area and visiting the vineyards was a fantastic day out. Both my wife and I agree that the highlight of our holiday was the 3 days spent on Safari in Kruger National park. Accommodation was great, good food and excellent service. Jocks Safari is excellent. Our park ranger was top class and the safari drives were simply out of this world. It was just simply stunning for both of us.
Great food, excellent service and very friendly staff. Our ranger was very knowledgeable and we would highly recommend.
Without doubt one of the finest hotels we've ever stayed in. Huge bedroom with great amenities. It really was 5* in all aspects.
Very personal service and extremely friendly staff. Bedroom was very comfortable with underfloor heating etc. Log fires in the evening with great wine really topped off a fantastic stay.
Some of the best cuisine of our entire holiday. The Lobster night is not to be missed as it was simply out of this world. Little bit pricey but otherwise top of the range. Fabulous bedroom although we did not get the room on the stilts over the water as we requested. A great stay nonetheless.
Dinarobin Hotel Golf and Spa 4
We had an excellent stay at this hotel however it was not as nice as the Le Prince Maurice and we had a little trouble with our room to begin with as it had a smell of damp. No alternative rooms were available so the friendly staff deep cleaned the room and although not 100% it was a vast improvement. The club was great and we went for drinks before dinner most evenings. The French restaurant at the Dinarobin had the best food in the entire complex and we dined there a couple of times.
Staff Review 5
Greg did an excellent job putting together our holiday and we had an absolutely fantastic time. Greg spent many hours putting together our honeymoon. He had to go through many iterations and changes before we finally got the perfect holiday. Big thanks to Greg for his tireless work.