41 black-owned hotels to plan your next trip

Jnane Tamsna
Marrakech, Morocco
On a lush nine-acre plot outside of Marrakech, this quiet boutique has five houses and swimming pools, each uniquely designed.

Seku Bi
Dakar, Senegal
This intimate boutique offers French colonial villas, contemporary African art, and a quiet location in the Dakar-Plateau district.

Durban, Johannesburg, Cape Town; South Africa
A network of three hostels across South Africa, Curiocity outposts are designed with local flair and plenty of soul.

IKhaya Lodge
The cap
A safari-style boutique in central Cape Town, iKhaya features traditional African decor and furnishings.

Kruger shalati
Skukuza, South Africa
One of the most innovative openings of 2020, the Kruger Shalati in Kruger National Park has transformed a historic train sitting on the Selati Bridge into a modern hotel.

Soweto Hotel
Soweto, South Africa
One of Johannesburg’s most popular hotels and conference centers, this hotel has 46 rooms and a traditional buffet that serves South African staples like morogo and roasted butternut.

Primate Lodge Kibali
Kibale National Park, Uganda
Right in the heart of Kibale Rainforest National Park, this eco-lodge is a great starting point for travelers wanting to follow chimpanzees (or the 12 other primates that inhabit this rainforest).

Uganda Lodges
Locations all over Uganda
A collection of luxury African-style safari accommodation, Uganda Lodges offers a wide variety of rooms, including cottages, eco-friendly villas and a treehouse.

Mbano Manor Hotel
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Just two miles from Victoria Falls, this all-suite boutique hotel has just 18 rooms designed to provide the comfort and privacy you need after a long day at the waterfall.


Amsterdam, netherlands
Having made waves as the first women-only hostel in Amsterdam, Hostelle has 24/7 security, spacious dorms and a fully equipped kitchen.

South America

Blue Apple Beach and Townhouse
Cartagena, Colombia
A trendy boutique hotel and beach club just off the coast of Cartagena, Blue Apple attracts both day visitors and those looking to escape the city for a few nights.

Near Cartagena, Colombia
About 20 miles from the city of Cartagena, in the pristine Islas de Rosario, this eco-hostel is committed to preserving the white sand beaches, coral reefs and crystal clear waters that surround it.

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