Queens Casino & Hotel - Queenstown, Wild Coast

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    Queens Casino & Hotel - Accommodation in Queenstown, Wild Coast
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    Queens Casino & Hotel - Accommodation in Queenstown, Wild Coast
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    Queens Casino & Hotel - Accommodation in Queenstown, Wild Coast
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    Queens Casino & Hotel - Accommodation in Queenstown, Wild Coast
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    Queens Casino & Hotel - Accommodation in Queenstown, Wild Coast

Queens Casino & Hotel

Queenstown, Wild Coast - Accommodation

Queens Casino & Hotel rating


The Queens Casino Hotel brings some Las Vegas glam to accommodation in Queenstown. With over 40 eccentric Four star hotel rooms. Although it is situated in the Eastern Cape in the small town of Queenstown, there is nothing old about this hotel. The celebrity worthy rooms are decorated in luxurious furnitures and exquisite fabrics with an overall ambience that suggests royalty and glamour. Nothing about this Queenstown stunner is simple or minimal, with decadence and opulence taken to the extreme so you enter and leave your holiday feeling like a million bucks.

The star studded rooms all have cosy rooms, fully enrobed with class and sophistication, full en-suite bathrooms and a casino in the hotel to complete the mini "˜Las Vegas' expedition. A private balcony on each room steals you away from the hotel's activity.

True to Queenstown accommodation, when they offer an experience they pull out all the stops, the casino comes with arrange of games like Roullette, Black Jack and over 180 different slot games. There is also an entertainment centre to distract the kid while you carry on with a competitive game of poker.

The sports bar and full al carte restaurant in the hotel offers a range of delicacies and cocktails to complete the Queenstown Hotel experience.

There are also facilities like babysitting so you can have peace of mind knowing that the thoughtful staff at this accommodation in Queenstown is giving you and your baby the royal treatment. There is plenty of parking space to escape the royal bling and shiny lights of the Queens Hotel when it gets a bit too much. Enjoy a more reserved lunch at the many restaurants that are near the hotel, just know you won't stay long because the Queens Hotel lights will keep calling you to its royal abode.

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Queens Casino & Hotel, Queenstown, Wild Coast

Establishment Facilities
  • Casino
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Gay Friendly
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Mastercard
  • Pools
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking
  • Visa
  • Wedding Facilities
Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Non Smoking
  • Phone
  • Television

Accreditations & Gradings:

Accreditations for Queens Casino & Hotel, Queenstown, Wild Coast

  • AA Travel Guides
  • Tourism Grading Council

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Directions to Queens Casino & Hotel

Map of Queens Casino & Hotel in Queenstown, Wild Coast


Directions to Queens Casino & Hotel

GPS Co-Ordinates: 26° 52' 52.3" E / 31° 53' 53.7" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Queens Casino & Hotel in Queenstown, Wild Coast

Departing: East London Airport
Address: Settlers Way, East London 5200, South Africa
Distance: 195 km / Duration: 2 hours 10 mins
1. Head east toward Settlers Wy/R72 0.3 km
2. Continue straight onto Settlers Wy/R72
Continue to follow R72
Go through 1 roundabout
9.1 km
3. Turn left onto Fitzpatrick Rd/R72
Continue to follow R72
6.3 km
4. Continue onto N6
Go through 2 roundabouts
179 km
5. Turn right onto Griffith St/R392 0.2 km
6. Turn right onto Ebden St
Destination will be on the right
0.2 km

Nearest Airport

East London Airport - East London


East London Airport welcomes 346 000 people each year and is a busy yet small national airport that has around 25 flights a day. The creation of the airport was in 1927 with a municipal aerodrome at Woodbrook, it moved several times and in 1965 the airport was moved for the last time to its present location, only 10 kilometres from East London’s city centre.

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