Places to stay in Port Elizabeth
At the lodge there is varied accommodation. Relaxing after a hard day’s snorkelling with a glass of wine in hand, and staying amid countryside close to the beating heart of the city is wonderful. And that is the beauty of Port Elizabeth. You can find all kinds of accommodation – from small B&Bs to big five-star hotels.
Wake up to panoramic views and the sounds of the rolling Indian Ocean swells, take a long walk along the unspoilt, endless Humewood beaches, or enjoy a scenic drive in the friendly city of Port Elizabeth.
In 1820, 4000 British settlers arrived by sea to become the first permanent British residents of the area. The first of three commercial ships to enter Algoa Bay on the 10th April 1820 was the Chapman. The Chapman Hotel & Conference Centre is named after this famous British Settler Ship.
This multi graded 3 and 4 star timber structured hotel was built in 2004 and offers 63 en - suite rooms, conference facilities, secure parking and restaurant where breakfast, lunch or dinner can be enjoyed, making it one of the most popular hotels in South Africa.