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This opulent, owner designed guest house with custom created furniture will make you feel what it's like to live the crystal life. Staying at Lodge Bellagio is all about surrounding yourself with luxurious and modern elements. The idea pursued by the owner was that of a first for Mthatha, extreme luxury and convenience whilst still being able to enjoy the attractions of this wonderful heritage rich town. Extreme thoughtfulness went into creating the state-of-the-art modern fittings, and with abstract features of art and colours which were implemented will leave guests in awe.
Lodge Bellagio offers complete privacy and relaxation for the tourist or business traveler. Tourists will enjoy the comfort of this guest house, while corporate guests will enjoy the locality to nearby businesses and the CBD. The establishment is also in easy reach of Shopping Malls, Sports Stadiums & Facilities, Nelson Mandela Museum, and other major tourist attractions.
Lodge Bellagio offers personalized service, impeccable attention to detail, great value for money and a distinctive quality experience.
Enjoy a Full English Breakfast in our dining room or lovely Deck, or feel free to make use of our modern fully equipped kitchen for your self catering needs. Dinner and lunch packs are also available, details can be discussed with the receptionist.
Outdoor relaxation can be enjoyed around the pool or under the thatch covered deck. Warm African evenings should be taken advantage off, and the pool area will allow you to fully enjoy this experience.
Your hosts, Kresen and Adila, will ensure that all your needs are met, as their motto is "Arrive as guests, leave as friends."
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