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Michelangelo Hotel

from R4,188
The splendour of the hotel's renaissance architecture in the heart of Sandton's business and...
The splendour of the hotel's renaissance architecture in the heart of Sandton's business and leisure district, as well as the service excellence and world-class facilities on offer, sets the Michelangelo apart from its competitors.
from R4,188
Sleeps 27 in 9 rooms

special Stillpoint Country Manor | Johannesburg self-catering
Self-Catering:Stillpoint offers in-room treatments to guests including massages, manicures,...
Self-Catering:Stillpoint offers in-room treatments to guests including massages, manicures, pedicures, facials, body wraps and body scrubs.
from R1,750
Sleeps 40 in 20 rooms

34 Reviews

The Peech Hotel

from R2,600
The Peech Hotel is Joburg’s ‘chic’ boutique hotel. It offers sixteen bedrooms and suites, a Bistro...
The Peech Hotel is Joburg’s ‘chic’ boutique hotel. It offers sixteen bedrooms and suites, a Bistro restaurant with champagne bar and a boardroom and events space. The hotel is swish and sexy… the ideal hangout for trendy travellers in the hunt for no-frills contemporary style.
from R2,600
Sleeps 32 in 16 rooms

7 Reviews

Rediscover elegance in this gracious five acre Country Estate, 5 minutes from Fourways. Revel in...
Rediscover elegance in this gracious five acre Country Estate, 5 minutes from Fourways. Revel in the luxuriously furnished rooms, tailored for superior comfort and elegance. Superior cuisine, and personalized service makes this the perfect venue for that special function or conference. Offering 10 en-suite rooms and one self-catering suite on our property along with an additional three-bedroom.
from R910

14 Reviews

Villa Simonne

from R1,000
Self-Catering:Entertainment and activities are offered to spice up the stay.
Self-Catering:Entertainment and activities are offered to spice up the stay.
from R1,000
Sleeps 36 in 16 rooms

Self-Catering:Business men and woman. Families with children. Honeymooners. Great get away,...
Self-Catering:Business men and woman. Families with children. Honeymooners. Great get away, private and relaxed.
from R770

7 Reviews

Self-Catering:The houses have Wi-Fi and each room is equipped with a working desk and lamp.
Self-Catering:The houses have Wi-Fi and each room is equipped with a working desk and lamp.
from R2,600
Sleeps 64 in 8 rooms

Lanseria Lodge

from R650
Lanseria Lodge offers up market accommodation within seven minutes drive of Lanseria Airport main...
Lanseria Lodge offers up market accommodation within seven minutes drive of Lanseria Airport main terminal and offers free transfers to and from Lanseria Airport.
from R650

15 Reviews

The View @ 29

from R500
The View @ 29 is located in Boksburg North, and is the perfect base for business travellers or a...
The View @ 29 is located in Boksburg North, and is the perfect base for business travellers or a young family. This is a fully furnished two-bedroom apartment.
from R500

Self-Catering:Kick your shoes off and enjoy the spectacular 180 degree view of the unpopulated...
Self-Catering:Kick your shoes off and enjoy the spectacular 180 degree view of the unpopulated Eikenhof Valley.
from R800

5 Reviews

Self-Catering:Ginnegaap is in an old 1940's house with the original wooden floors, high-pressed...
Self-Catering:Ginnegaap is in an old 1940's house with the original wooden floors, high-pressed ceilings and beautiful fireplaces.
from R840

2 Reviews

Overlooking the world's largest urban forest in Johannesburg is a rare and spectacular jewel, The...
Overlooking the world's largest urban forest in Johannesburg is a rare and spectacular jewel, The Munro Boutique Hotel. Nestled in it's heart is a three story Victorian conservatory. Surrounded by waterfalls, exotic plants and panoramic views of our garden city.
from R2,800

Motel Mi Pi Chi

from R780
Self-Catering:An architecturally-designed, fresh, open and light space for the discerning...
Self-Catering:An architecturally-designed, fresh, open and light space for the discerning traveller.
from R780

2 Reviews

Pepperwood Lodge

from R350
Self-Catering:Graded 4 Stars by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.
Self-Catering:Graded 4 Stars by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.
from R350

1 Review

Natural, serene, restful and romantic. Eastgate Palms Lodge is an elegant bed & breakfast. Rooms...
Natural, serene, restful and romantic. Eastgate Palms Lodge is an elegant bed & breakfast. Rooms are beautifully decorated and a lovely garden area rounds off this establishment to make for a comfortable stay.
from R400

1 Review

Johannesburg South Africa

Johannesburg Self-catering Accommodation

Johannesburg is about money. It's a city built on dreams of great wealth - literally built on gold. And while the gold mines are now on the outskirts of the city itself, it is money that drives this vibrant city that is widely accepted to be the economic powerhouse of Africa. Not many visitors actually put Johannesburg on their itineraries but most end up spending a day or two here anyway, as it is the main air traffic hub of southern Africa - in fact, of Africa. And guess what? After initially whingeing to their travel agents about having to spend a whole day here, many want to stay longer. Johannesburg has had very bad press. Sure - it's not Utopia, and it's a city where you need to keep your wits about you and preferably not much else, but it's not the criminalised war zone that's been portrayed in the media. And it's a truly vibey place.

If you like cities, you'll love Johannesburg. It's been through a number of incarnations and - at the moment - it's poised on the brink of becoming a truly cosmopolitan African city. While most business moved to the leafy northern suburbs from the CBD (Central Business District) in the 80s and 90s, the inner city is slowly reviving and within a few years it's likely to be a thriving urban environment. The Newtown District, with the Market Theatre, Museum Afrika and the newly constructed Nelson Mandela Bridge, is the epicentre of the urban revival. There is a lot to do in Johannesburg - mainly of the urban and cultural bent but there are plenty of outdoor escapes. One of the most popular day trips in Johannesburg is a tour of Soweto, where you can visit struggle monuments, artists in their studios or a range of informal taverns and music venues.

A similar tour, but offering a glimpse into a totally different type of urban community is that of Alex - or Alexandria Township. While also a black township, Alex is on the fringes of the very fashionable and expensive northern suburbs and grew organically to become the place it is now, which is in stark contrast to the engineered Soweto with its rows and rows of identical houses.

There are loads of interesting museums, the most notable of which are Museum Africa and the Apartheid Museum at Gold Reef City, which is an otherwise rather kitsch, but fun, theme park centred on an old gold mine. Golf courses aplenty will keep even the most avid grass addict happy. You could watch the dancing Lipizzaner stallions at Kyalami - the only operation of its kind other than the Spanish Riding School in Vienna . It's a great outing on a Sunday morning.

Or you could go for a ride in a hot air balloon , take a scenic flight in a vintage aircraft, or even do a short paddle on the Crocodile River. You could try your hand at skydiving, sandboard down a mine dump (big artificial dune made of mine tailings) or rapp-jump a skyscraper. You see - adventure doesn't really need the great outdoors.
And - this is Johannesburg, after all - you could go shopping. Big Time! And if your credit card survives the many tantalising malls and you have money to throw away, you could have a flutter at one of a number of casinos. And Sun City , a world renowned gambling complex with one of the best golf courses in the country, is only about an hour's drive away.

But the best thing about Johannesburg is its central position. It's just a hop, skip and a jump to the marvellous game lodges of Mpumalanga, Pilanesburg or Madikwe, the fascinating Cradle of Humankind, where you can muse on your origins, or the lovely relaxing and scenic Magaliesberg Wilderness Wilderness. Pretoria, with its many museums and historical buildings, great restaurants and even more interesting peripheral destinations, is just a half hour's drive away.

Johannesburg is about money. It's a city built on dreams of great wealth - literally built on gold. And while the gold mines are now on the outskirts of the city itself, it is money that drives this vibrant city that is widely accepted to be...

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