Hotels in Port Elizabeth

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Where to stay in Port Elizabeth?

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If you're looking for a place to get away, look no further than Port Elizabeth. Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Port Elizabeth has accommodation options to fit every need. Search for hotels in Port Elizabeth with Hotels.com by checking our online map. Our map displays the areas and neighbourhoods around all Port Elizabeth hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Port Elizabeth hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

Frequently asked questions

What accommodations do travelers like in Port Elizabeth?
Forest Hall Guest House, Carslogie House and Mantis No5 Boutique Art Hotel are all accommodations that are popular with guests.
Where can I find free parking at my hotel in Port Elizabeth?
Park your car for free at these properties: Bluewater Guesthouse, On The Bay B&B and Hobie Beach Guest House. You can see all 92 choices on our site.
Can I book a refundable hotel in Port Elizabeth?
If you’re looking for the flexibility to change your plans to Port Elizabeth, most accommodations provide refundable* bookable rates. You can see these accommodations by searching our site and using the “fully refundable” filter to narrow the results down.
Where can I stay with my pet in Port Elizabeth?
Your furry friend can stay with you at these pet-friendly hotels: Newtondale Self Catering, Nautilus Guesthouse and Lauricedale Country House. There are 5 alternatives you can choose from on our site.
Which Port Elizabeth hotels do our guests like for their great location?
Our guests rave about the location of these properties: Radisson Blu Hotel, Port Elizabeth, The Paxton Hotel and Courtyard Port Elizabeth.
Where can I stay in Port Elizabeth if I want an affordable accommodation?
Two inexpensive options worth considering are Road Lodge Port Elizabeth and Town Lodge Port Elizabeth. You may want to browse all 26 choices on our site.
Where can I stay in Port Elizabeth if I want a vacation home instead of a traditional hotel?
If you want to find a good alternative to a hotel, look over our selection of 15 vacation homes. You can also consider one of the 26 apartments or 9 cottages.
Where can I stay if I'm visiting Port Elizabeth for a family-friendly trip?
Parents traveling with children may want to consider Sea-FacingSpectacular ViewsSpaciousEn-Suite BathroomKitchenette*Balcony, Relaxed City Living and Blue Skies Country House. You can also check out 62 options on our site.
Where should I stay in Port Elizabeth for a vacation with my partner?
Sea-FacingSpectacular ViewsSpaciousEn-Suite BathroomKitchenette*Balcony and Southern Sun The Marine are great options for a romantic getaway.
Where should I stay in Port Elizabeth if I want a luxurious hotel?
Experience luxury when you stay at Mantis No5 Boutique Art Hotel, Hacklewood Hill Country House and Bright on 5th Guest House. In addition, see all 22 options on our site.
What will the weather in Port Elizabeth be like during my trip?
The warmest months in Port Elizabeth are usually January and February with an average temp of 70°F. July and June are the chilliest months when the average temp is 60°F. The rainiest months are April and November.
Why should I book my Port Elizabeth hotel with Hotels.com?
There are plenty of reasons to book your Port Elizabeth travel with us: our free cancellations on selected hotels* gives you the flexibility you’re looking for, our Price Guarantee makes sure you always get the lowest price, and our Rewards Program lets you earn reward nights and save cash.

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