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August 20, 2015

The New Look at The Last Word Long Beach

In keeping with its promise of an authentic, five-star experience The Last Word Intimate Hotels conducts regular ‘facelifts’ and The Last Word Long Beach is the latest property in the portfolio to undergo a transformation.

The New Look at The Last Word Long Beach

Consistent with the relaxed beachside ambience here, the new American Kravet fabrics from St Leger & Viney achieve the desired modern, luxurious feel in the communal areas, while a palette of sea blues and jades enhances the elegance of the suites. With the unusual patterns and textures of Jim Thompson’s textiles from Lula Fabrics, the two collections merge to create eclectic, laid-back glamour.

Uninterrupted, panoramic views of the ocean confirm that you are as close as you can get to the water’s edge in Kommetjie - and you’ll understand the reason this six-room, intimate hotel has been the judges’ favourite in the World Travel Awards for South Africa’s Leading Beach Hotel for seven consecutive years. All six luxury en-suite bedrooms are sea facing, while discreet touches such as sun hats - and towels in a beach bag - are assurance that there’s pride and pleasure in charming guests with exclusive experiences. Warm smiles, personal attention and the tranquil setting allow for total relaxation. There’s a certain magic in this hidden gem on the southern tip of Africa. It’s for travellers who enjoy leisurely walks or horse riding along the beach, and nature trails in the mountains; it’s a place where memories are made.

The Last Word Intimate Hotels is a proud member of Mantis

Phone: 021 794 6561, email: info@thelastword.co.za or visit: www.thelastword.co.za

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