Save up to 75% for one night’s stay for two people at Executive Hotel, four people at Pearl of Hout Bay, two people at Morningside Hotel OR a weekend for two people at Mogale Country Lodge
- Save up to 75% for one night’s stay for two people at Executive Hotel, four people at Pearl of Hout Bay, two people at Morningside Hotel OR two nights for two people at Mogale Country Lodge
- Enjoy the perfect getaway
- Well-renowned and beautiful national hotels
- Ideal for a couple or friends
- Ideal as a gift or for yourself
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: Executive Hotel, 011 021 9115/6/7; Pearl of Hout Bay, 021 791 3138/3144; Mogale Country Lodge, 011 952 9910/11; Morningside Hotel, 031 312 2236/7
Pay as little as R199 for a one night stay for two people at Executive Hotel (save 67%) OR Pay R550 for one night in a luxury apartment that sleeps four at the Pearl of Hout Bay (save 56%) OR Pay R999 for a two night stay for two people, including breakfast at Mogale Country Lodge (save 75%) OR Pay R250 for a one night stay for two people at Morningside Hotel (save 50%)
Get there quick, because at Executive Hotel…
1st 100 rooms will go for R199 (save 67%)
Next 200 rooms will go for R250 (save 58%)
The rest will go for R299 (save 50%)
Like too many romantic comedies and horror movies seem to imply; getaways can easily turn into disastrous misadventures. The room that’s been booked is either bug-ridden, haunted or has an FBI Agent sitting in the swivel chair claiming that only you can save the city from destruction by a giant carnivorous praying-mantas. Experience a real-life getaway without the movie drama at one of the four following luxury hotels: Executive Hotel, Pearl of Hout Bay, Mogale Country Lodge or Morningside hotel and save up to 75%.
Executive Hotel - Pay R299 for a one night stay for two people at Executive Hotel, valued at R599 (save 67%)
Cleverly situated in close proximity to the airport, highway and Sandton CBD, the Executive Hotel provides the perfect accommodation for those on the move. For simplistic charm that would please the nattiest of neat-freaks, each en-suite room boasts crisp sheets, classic décor, air con and DSTV. Whether you’re a suave-suited up-and-coming business man, a loved up couple or a secret agent on a mission to eradicate a troublesome praying-mantas; the Executive Hotel offers only the best in convenient and hospitable accommodation and dining.
Pearl of Hout Bay - Pay R550 for one night in a luxury apartment that sleeps four at the Pearl of Hout Bay, valued at R1250 (save 56%)
With a dazzling view of the mountain, sea and white sandy beaches, the Pearl of Hout Bay is just as precious as its namesake. Round up a group of friends and spend an unforgettable night in one of their modern luxury apartments. As a place where luxury meets tranquillity, Pearl of Hout Bay is the getaway for those trying desperately to escape the concrete jungle.
Mogale Country Lodge - Pay R999 for a weekend stay for two people, including breakfast at Mogale Country Lodge, valued at R3980 (save 75%)
If you’re looking to really get away, spend two nights in the rustic paradise of Mogale Country Lodge. Bordering the Krugersdorp Nature Reserve, Mogale offers all guests the best in relaxing comfort and luxury accommodation. Included in the deal is a scrumptious breakfast to fill that growling stomach – or is that the lions?
Morningside Hotel - Pay R250 for a one night stay for two people at Morningside Hotel, valued at R499 (save 50%)
If you’re looking for a night spent in homely warmth and charm; Morningside is the next best thing after your mom’s house. Set a convenient five minutes away from Durban’s CBD, Morningside is the ideal spot for that “we’re getting away” feeling without the “we’re in the middle of nowhere” paranoia. Enjoy the pleasant a la carte restaurant and the third floor bar that boasts views of the ocean.
Check-out fact: In the late 80’s a property tycoon commissioned a hotel to be built below the Himalaya’s. The deal never went because he made a typo and the construction company were sent up to the peak of the mountain range. They were never seen again.