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Meet the Team

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Our Africa team consists of more than 20 professionals to manage and market your Hotel with the reinforcement of over 200 professionals in 30 global offices.

Our Alliances

Our Alliances

By becoming part of HS&V Hospitality Management, you gain direct access to a valuable network - providing you with uncapped international opportunities.

Hotels

Hotels

We offer an exclusive collection of luxurious boutique hotels in exquisite locations.

Spas

Spas

Erinvale Spa invites you to enter a serene space where you can be nurtured, re-energised and revitalised to re-connect mind, body and inner self. We offer handmade wellness solutions and strive to introduce you to the art of relaxation.

Restaurants

Restaurants

We offer a selection of fine restaurants to tantalize your tastebuds.

Vineyards

Vineyards

The picturesque Sylvanvale Vineyards surround the historic Devon Valley Hotel.

Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch

The beautiful town of Stellenbosch, roughly an hour from Cape Town, lies surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains in the Jonkershoek River Valley in one of the most picturesque settings in the Cape. It has the oldest and most famous wine route in South Africa.

Somerset West

Somerset West

Somerset West lies in the Helderberg Basin, surrounded by an amphitheatre of mountains, between the Cape Winelands and False Bay. It has a host of historic and acclaimed estates and is the gateway to the Garden Route.

Accra

Accra

Situated in Ghana, West Africa. Accra is wonderland of natural and architectural beauty, Accra offers outdoor adventures along with fascinating historical buildings, modern shopping and Museums well worth a visit.

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NEWS ARTICLE

Devon Valley Hotel in the Stellenbosch Winelands

Published in News on 4 Dec 2009

devon-valley-31large20091210103948I was privileged enough to visit the Devon Valley Hotel with my boss the other day, and what a lovely place it is! Being one of the destinations of either one of the 2010 teams, or the corporate side of FIFA, this hotel is unfortunately booked for the period of the Soccer World Cup. But still, this hotel is a must-visit!


The road to the hotel looks like something that should be on a stress-relief video, with trees and dams and the sight of vineyards creating a sense of belonging. Situated a mere 55km from Cape Town, this hotel is the perfect place to escape from the fast and ever-changing life of a city sleeker.

Arriving at our destination, a blanket of old trees embraced us with the greenest green leaves letting through only enough sun to manage the right temperature. With a view that I would like to die with (rather not for), making you realise that South Africa is blessed with the beauty of nature at our front porch.

With the friendly Simon assisting us, we ordered from the various foods on the menu. With detailed descriptions that make your mouth water without any image necessary, we chose to go the healthier way and ordered salads.

The salads were divine! Compliments to the chef!

The Devon Valley Hotel is 62 years old this year and has recently undergone renovations and I can confidently say that this hotel can easily become a beautiful venue for any special occasion or even an outstanding conference venue!

If the interior is not already convincing enough, walk out to the terrace and enjoy the breathtaking view: never-ending mountain ranges, covered with the distinguished vineyards of the Stellenbosch area, and to top it off, an eagle soaring over the magnificent valley. Sounds unbelievable? Well believe it, ‘coz it’s true! If you are still hesitant, visit the Devon Valley Hotel situated on SylvanVale Wine Estate, 6 km from historic Stellenbosch, and find out for yourself.

Article published in Greater Stellenbosch 2010 blog.