The 3-star Brookes Hill Suites situated in Humewood, Port Elizabeth, offer accommodation in 100 self catering suites with one to two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms.
The suites all have an en-suite full bathroom, twin or double size beds, hairdryer, safe, air conditioning, DSTV, and telephone. There are one bedroom, one bathroom suites; two bedroom, one bathroom suites; and two bedroom, two bathroom suites.The larger suites offer a kitchen, lounge, and dining area, and the same amenities as the other suites.
There is a bar, restaurant, games room, conference facilities for 50 delegates, swimming pool, and WiFi Internet access. It is close to the beach and 5km away from the airport.
Activities and attractions include wind surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, walking, bird watching, mountain biking, Cape Recife Lighthouse, Bushback Walking Trail, Nelson Mandela Art Museum, No 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth Museum at Bayworld, Sea View Lion Park, The Island Nature Reserve, and the Port Elizabeth Apple Express.Policy
Cancellations for two or less rooms within 48 hours prior to arrival will be subject to a full cancellation fee of the value of the accommodation booked.Cancellations for three to ten rooms within seven days prior to arrival will be subject to a full cancellation fee of the value of the accommodation booked.
Cancellations more than ten rooms tour cancellation policy will apply.
Beach Nearby, Seaside Resort, Swimming Pool, Town / City Outskirts
PricePrice : 690.00 ZAR - 1,200.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- 24hr Reception
- Air conditioning
- Business Facilities
- Catering By Arrangement
- Conference Facilities
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Private Garden / Patio
- Safe in Room
- Secure Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Tea and coffee maker
- WiFi (Internet access)
Beach, Fishing, Game Drives, Horse Riding, Quad Biking, Safaris, Sailing, Swimming Pool, Water Sports - Sailing, Water Sports - Scuba diving
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