THE STELLENBOSCH BOUTIQUE HOTEL
The Stellenbosch Hotel, in central Stellenbosch, has a charm of historic elegance, yet offers guests all the modern conveniences you might come to expect from a classic boutique-style hotel. The hotel was founded on land granted between 1692-1701 by Governor Simon van der Stel. The building was restored in 1987 and declared a National Monument.
The Stellenbosch Hotel caters to both the leisure and corporate markets. Accommodation comprises a variety of 37 boutique-style hotel rooms, all with private bathrooms, and 8 fully serviced self-catering apartments.
Enjoy warm hospitality in a vibrant, central location. We pride ourselves on our ability to accommodate our guests’ individual needs.
VIBRANT AND CENTRAL LOCATION
Museums, art galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, a shopping mall and curio vendors are all within safe walking distance.
The hotel was built on land granted by Governor Simon van der Stel between 1692 and 1701. The building was restored in 1987 and has been declared a National Monument.