About Desert Oasis Lodge
Desert Oasis Lodge is a small and affordable lodge located in Pretoria. The lodge’s exterior reflects a cheerful and modest appearance with peach colour walls and beautiful bright green palm trees to welcome you at the entrance.
We have four Four-sleeper Rooms with queen-size beds and en-suite bathrooms; three Triple-sleeper Rooms with queen-size beds, single beds and en-suite bathrooms; and five Two-sleeper Rooms with double beds and en-suite bathrooms. All rooms have TVs with DStv and air-conditioning. Guests can enjoy the complimentary wireless Internet access offered throughout the lodge in addition to the comfort and amenities provided in the guestrooms.
Visiting the airport, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand and all the major football stadiums in Gauteng are just between 15 and 50 minutes away. Even a trip to the Hartbeespoort Dam or other famous sites like the Cradle of Humankind is easy reachable for the curious traveller.
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