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Tourism: Highlights on Splendid And Affordable 5-Star Hotels Under $100/Night in Africa

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Experience the best of both worlds in Africa—luxury and affordability. Imagine staying in a 5-star hotel without emptying your wallet. Meet Egypt’s 5-Star Steigenberger Resort Achti in Luxor, where you can enjoy all the perks of luxury for just $40 a night.

According to africa.businessinsider.com, The allure is undeniable, but alas, such indulgence often comes at a hefty cost. Or does it? Unveiling a world of elegance without the exorbitant price tags, we present a curated collection of the continent’s most splendid five-star sanctuaries that won’t make a dent in your wallet – all for under $100 per night.

Here are the Cheapest Five-Star Hotel in Africa under $100

1. Capital Hotel and Spa – Ethiopia ($101 per night)
Welcome to the enchanting realm of Addis Ababa, where the Capital Hotel and Spa stands as a beacon of refined luxury. Nestled just moments away from the Bole International Airport, this gem offers unrivaled accessibility and a gateway to the city’s bustling activities.

Golden Peacock Hotel – Mozambique ($98 per night)

Renovated in 2013, the Golden Peacock Resort Hotel guarantees guests a pleasant stay, whether in Beira for business or pleasure. Only 0.5 km away, this 5-star hotel can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. The hotel provides the best services and amenities and is home to 190 bedrooms tastefully furnished to provide luxurious comforts.

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Villa Moringa Guest House – Namabia ($85 per night)

Ludwigsdorf, Windhoek’s haven of sophistication, reveals the Villa Moringa Guest House. A sanctuary for the discerning traveler, it presents luxurious rooms infused with international and Portuguese culinary delights. With air conditioning, a minibar, DSTV, and wireless internet, every detail is a testament to opulence.

Mika Convention Center – Zambia ($76 per night)
Behold the modern masterpiece that is the Mika Convention Center in Zambia. This lavish retreat sprawls across 60,000 square meters, a mere stone’s throw from KK International Airport. 80 splendid rooms adorned with top-tier amenities beckon, promising an escape drenched in elegance and glamour.

Palais des Remparts – Morocco ($75 per night)
In the heart of Essaouira’s ancient medina lies the Palais des Remparts, a living testament to Morocco’s architectural splendor. Embark on a journey through time within its renovated walls, all for the remarkable cost of just $73 per night.

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Cowrie Shell Beach Apartments – Kenya ($54 per night)
Mombasa’s Bamburi Beach unveils a treasure trove of luxury at the Cowrie Shell Beach Apartments. A haven of serenity, this exclusive property offers breathtaking ocean vistas, sandy shores, and a plethora of water sports. Immerse yourself in African artistry, state-of-the-art kitchens, and the epitome of relaxation.

Don Thrill Hotel – Uganda ($54 per night)
Kampala’s Don Thrill Hotel invites you to bask in its splendor, just moments away from Lake Victoria and the United States Embassy. Savor delectable cuisines, indulge in a drink at the bar/lounge, and relish the comforts of this remarkable 5-star sanctuary.

Vrede Self Catering – South Africa ($48 per night)

Peace and tranquility await at Vrede Self Catering, nestled within Somerset West’s Boskloof Eco-estate. Feast your eyes on panoramic vistas of the Indian Ocean and majestic mountains, all while reveling in meticulously designed rooms that offer a haven of comfort and privacy.

Movenpick Hotel Sfax – Tunisia ($44 per night)
A jewel in Sfax’s crown, the Movenpick Hotel offers direct access to the Casbah Museum. Immerse yourself in its designer rooms and relish the central location that makes exploration a breeze.

Steigenberger Resort Achti – Egypt ($40 per night)
Embark on an Egyptian odyssey at the Steigenberger Resort Achti, where the Nile’s splendor and Luxor’s charm unfold before you. Bask in panoramic vistas, explore ancient ruins, and lose yourself in a realm of unparalleled elegance.

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