Located 5km from the picturesque village of Graskop in Mpumalanga Angels View is a world-class luxury hotel close to some of the best holiday experience with easy access to the Kruger National park, nearby attractions include the Graskop Glass elevator, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon and historic Pilgrim’s Rest. A stunning base for your Mpumalanga fun-filled adventure and lifetime experiences.

The family-owned hotel showcases the spectacular landscape and geology part of Mpumalanga through its nature-inspired architecture and sophisticated African chic décor that pays tribute to Shangaan heritage. The property is accentuated by sweeping lounges and terraces that gaze out across God’s Window.

With myriad accommodation options from the contemporary-styled superior and luxury panorama rooms and the Earth Grotto suites to the four-bedroom villa (affectionately called Khoza House), and one-bedroom suites complete with kitchenettes and private balconies, the hotel caters to a variety of leisure and business travellers, especially as it offers free and unlimited Wi-Fi throughout the property.

The hotel facilities include a Grande pool deck, viewing decks, spa, gymnasium, library and plenty of lounge space in which to relax and soak up the unique setting. A trend-setting glass bar area, known as Café Ahe, completes the experience.

Weddings, events, and modern conferencing are the order of the day, and the facilities are truly show-stopping. Guests are spoilt for choice when planning their big day or event, whether choosing the spectacular Amphitheatre, glass marquees or a more traditional modern conference venue complete with the most up-to-date technology.

AHE is a destination restaurant on the estate which caters perfectly to tour groups and leisure visitors in a charming setting with spectacular views across the Lowveld.

Wining and dining at Angels View

The hotel’s main restaurant Mumsy’s – which is eponymously named after the matriarch of the Khoza family – pays homage to her innate passion for traditional South African food and the role that food pays in family get-togethers. Its cuisine is a fusion of local and continental food that’s complemented by African décor and Xibelani lights to create an unforgettable gastronomic experience with unsurpassable views.

Meanwhile, the glass-clad Café Ahe Pool and Cocktail bar are ideal for sundowners with a view after a full day of exploring. And not to forget the 150-seater Kruger Gold Restaurant, which can easily accommodate large tours and conferencing groups without compromising on the quality of its hearty, wholesome food.

Activities at Angels View

The hotel’s panoramic wooden viewing decks, lounges and terraces, three swimming pools, library, spa and gym make it the perfect place for a longer stay. Business travellers and team-building groups will be impressed with the high-tech conferencing centre, with its two breakaway venues that can host up to 540 participants with additional access to an amphitheatre and a large outside wooden deck to soak up the surroundings.

Angels View is also exceptionally popular as a wedding venue thanks to its chapel and a glass marquee that can accommodate up to 400 guests, and extends onto a viewing deck with show-stopping views. This is an unbeatable opportunity to get closer to heaven as you exchange your vows.

My experience at Angels View hotel

I had an amazing time at Angels view hotel, from the natural beauty of the panaroma route heading to the facility to the reception of hotel. The service and welcome from the stuff was warm and amazing. I stayed in one-bedroom suites complete with mini kitchens and private balconies with amazing views, I felt so alive looking down at the mother nature. The outside showers are a great addition to the room as well. I had time to visit the nearby attractions, Graskop Gorge and took advantage of Glass elevator and explore the wonders of nature with amazing waterfall.

Visitors to the area can brave The Big Swing in Graskop, take a ride in the Graskop Glass Elevator, marvel at the vast expanse of the Blyde River Canyon and go off in search of the area’s countless waterfalls. For the adventurous at heart, there’s abseiling down a waterfall in Sabie or horseback trails in Hazyview, but the highlight is surely exploring Bourke’s Luck Potholes.

Angels View hotel is less than 100km from both the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and Hoedspruit Airport, and also has a private airstrip and helipad, making it easy and convenient to access the Greater Kruger National Park area for onwards travel.

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