About Batavia Boutique Hotel
Centrally located off the historic Dorp Street (in Louw street) and village center of Stellenbosch, this award-winning boutique hotel (Best Boutique Hotel 2005, 2006, 2007 - AA Accommodation Awards; Hall of Fame 2008, 2009) offers luxurious comfort, intimate and tailor-made hospitality.
After 6 years of business, Batavia Boutique Hotel has been upgraded in 2009 to continue building on our award winning legacy of creating the best possible experience in sincere hospitality and personal service. Batavia Boutique Hotel now offers 9 bedrooms.
The name "Batavia Boutique Hotel" was derived from Batavia, a Dutch Colony in South East Asia. Many of the senior officials at the Cape, such as Jan van Riebeek (founder of South Africa - 6 April 1652) had previously served in Batavia and one of the Cape's notable governors, Simon van der Stel (who established the small town of Stellenbosch in 1672), grew up in Batavia.
Batavia, as well as the Cape of Good Hope, was a place of rendezvous, meeting, refreshment and restoration to the ships of the seas and the travelers of the world.
It is the wish of Batavia Boutique Hotel that your stay with them will offer this and so much more.
Each of the nine rooms is equipped with air-conditioning, DSTV, MP3 players, tea- and coffee-making facilities, internet connection, telephone, alarm-clock radio, hairdryer, and en-suite bathroom with double basins, bath, shower, make-up mirrors, heated towel rails, a bathroom heater and separate toilet.
Services & Facilities
Spacious, air-conditioned en-suite rooms with modern convenience
Internet and business work space for corporate guests
Assistance with travel arrangements
Picnic baskets on request
Special packages to various tourism attractions/activities
In the charming garden is a refreshing splash pool, surrounded by deck chairs and umbrellas, while those that are not seeking the sun, can relax in the reading room or sunroom inside the building.
Once guests have parked in the secure parking area, they are within walking distance of a fascinating collection of museums, art galleries and craft centres. Stellenbosch offers guests the opportunity to experience the towns a rich coffee-shop culture, visit a choice of taverns, and enjoy the cuisine of highly rated restaurants, all on the backdrop of majestic mountains, manicured vineyards and beautiful Cape Dutch Architecture.
Surrounded by rolling vineyards and dramatic mountains, Stellenbosch, only 30 minutes from Cape Town, offers the best in Western Cape warmth and hospitality. The stunning backdrop of the Hottentot Holland mountains, the oak tree lined lanes and streets and the white gabled Cape Dutch homesteads all blend in to give the visitor to Stellenbosch an unforgettable experience.
Stellenbosch is also the perfect base from which to explore the magnificent surrounding countryside or take day trips to Cape Point and Table Mountain, a helicopter ride, or to take a boat or fishing trip off one of the Cape's famous beaches.