The Boardwalk Hotel

The Boardwalk Hotel
The Boardwalk Hotel, Port Elizabeth

The new icon of Port Elizabeth’s Golden Mile along the Indian Ocean beach-front is The Boardwalk Hotel, Convention Centre and Spa.

Managed by Sun International on behalf of empowerment company Emfuleni Resorts, the luxury hotel opened in December 2012. It is already a favourite for business travellers looking for comfort, convenience and value for money.

All 140 luxury rooms overlook the Indian Ocean. The hotel is just 10 minutes (in traffic) from the airport, and is part of The Boardwalk complex, which has some of Port Elizabeth’s top restaurants, bars and coffee shops – all favourite meeting places for local and visiting business decision-makers.

There is also a 3 000m2 International Convention Centre, which is the perfect place for your next company conference or national product launch.


These include a fully equipped business centre, boardrooms, gym, Wi-Fi, the Kipling Brasserie restaurant, Tshawe Bar indoor heated pool and outdoor pool deck.

The Africology Spa in the hotel offers a range of treatments designed to ensure speedy recovery from long flights and ease stress.

The Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment World

Guests staying at the Boardwalk Hotel And Casino can make use of a variety of on-site recreational activities, including water activities and miniature golf.

The Boardwalk Hotel And Casino is close to The Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment World. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Horse Memorial and EPRU Stadium are a 10-minute drive away.

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