Kwa Mkhabele Lodge and ToursSee all Eastcliff (Johannesburg) Guest House in Eastcliff (Johannesburg).
Kwa Mkhabele Lodge is situated centrally, being within 10 km from Gold Reef City, Soccer City and Johannesburg city centre.
The accommodation comprises nine en-suite bedrooms, a cinema-style big screen television, lounge, a communal pool and dining room. All rooms are air-conditioned and boast little luxuries like dressing gowns and slippers. Enjoy stylish, comfortable accommodation close to all amenities.
- Air Conditioning
- Airport Shuttle
- Business Center
- car park
- Coffee/tea maker
- complimentary bottled water
- Concierge Service
- DVD/CD player
- extra long beds (> 2 meters)
- Family room
- fitness center
- Free Internet Available
- free Wi-Fi in all rooms
- Hair dryer
- in room safe
- Inhouse movies
- interconnecting room(s) available
- internet access – LAN
- internet access – LAN (complimentary)
- internet access – wireless
- internet access – wireless (charges apply)
- internet access – wireless (complimentary)
- ironing facilities
- Meeting/Banquet Facilities
- No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Safety Deposit Box
- satellite/cable TV
- seating area
- separate dining area
- separate shower and tub
- shuttle service
- Swimming Pool
- television LCD/plasma screen
- Tennis Court
- Tour Desk
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
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Our Winter rates do not include breakfast
Reviews for Kwa Mkhabele Lodge and Tours3 guest reviews Reviews of
A good quiet place. My problem was that the Wi-Fi facility was unstable and could not maintain a stable connection to enable me to do anything. They need to improve on the quality of this facility.
Wont refer this place to anyone.
Nice view and quiet place for a weekend away. Superb!
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