Diaz Strand Hotel Lobby
South Africa

The Diaz Stand Hotel and Resort was opened in 2004, and is named after the Portuguese sailor Bartholomeu Diaz.

Offering 86 luxurious sea facing rooms overlooking the Diaz Stand beach.

Activities inlcude and outdoor rim-flow pool, indoor heated pool and wellness centre, a supertube waterslide and mashie golf course.

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Uploaded: 31/05/2010
Updated: 03/07/2014


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