Boutique hotel reopens in South Africa

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
04 January 2019 | Updated 04 January 2019

South Africa: Le Quartier Français is due to reopen after a transformation from the Leeu Collection.

Le Quartier Français has easy access to some of the region's top wineries. Over the past decade, the property has undergone a subtle transformation under the careful eye of the Leeu Collection, which owns two other properties in the region, along with Linthwaite House in the English countryside and now it has unveiled the final phase of a careful, 18-month-long renovation.

Five new rooms have been added to the collection along with two villas. Both new rooms clock in over 5,000 square feet, boast separate private entrances and garages, and include private pools and full kitchens.

The hotel features two restaurants helmed by the award-winning La Colombe team. La Petit Colombe, which debuted in 2017 as part of the first phase of the transformation, is one of the standout restaurants in the region, earning a spot as the fifth-best restaurant in South Africa for its locally and seasonally rooted tasting menu and all-star wine list.

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