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Kestell Hotel

8 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 16 rooms

This old-fashioned and comfortable country hotel comprises a pub, a lady's lounge, a restaurant, outdoor dining facilities, braai areas and...
This old-fashioned and comfortable country hotel comprises a pub, a lady's lounge, a restaurant, outdoor dining facilities, braai areas and 12 rooms. The hotel is 102 years old. This is a great place for a weekend getaway with activities such as hiking, motor biking, cycling or just chilling. We are situated close to Clarens, the Golden Gate Park, Lion's Rock and Sterkfontein Dam. Our hotel is pet friendly, but animals must be house trained and sociable. We look forward to seeing you in Kestell.
from R320

Trennerys Hotel

Sleeps 112 in 36 rooms

The scenic splendour of this rugged coast makes it the ideal destination for the wild at heart. Imagine a place where old friends meet and...
The scenic splendour of this rugged coast makes it the ideal destination for the wild at heart. Imagine a place where old friends meet and new friendships are forged, a place that abounds with the peace and tranquility of paradise. Imagine a holiday you can afford. Trennery’s Hotel is just that place. Situated at Qolora Mouth just north of East London, the hotel still maintains its Old World charm and is unique in its old-fashioned hospitality. Experience our bright, light and airy thatched Chalets set in idyllic surroundings. The views from the rooms range from the stunning ocean to the green and lush tropical vegetation. Each Chalet comprises a master bedroom, a separate twin bedroom for children and a shared en-suite bathroom. We also have romantic Double Rooms with en-suite bathrooms, as well as private single or twin rooms with en-suite bathrooms. All Chalets and rooms are fully equipped and serviced with overhead fans. Children are more than adequately catered for with well-trained child minders, special meals, a jungle gym, trampoline and an action-packed “wreck” relations centre for those blue rainy days. Daily activities for the more energetic include golf, fishing, tennis, bowls, horse riding, hiking trails, 4x4 adventures, snooker, canoeing, boat rides, nature trails, beach walks and shipwreck tours. Catch up with friends as you take a booze cruise while watching the setting African sun reflecting on the warm Indian Ocean. Stroll along palm-fringed beaches in search of lost treasure from the many shipwrecks that pepper this coastline, or simply relax around the azure pool enjoying the relaxed setting. Once the day is over, take time out in the friendly atmosphere of the Anchor Cigar Bar while enjoying sundowners and snacks.
from R1300

Lutzville Hotel

1 Review
Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

Lutzville Hotel is a family hotel providing warm hospitality, slick service and comfortable accommodation. The hotel is situated in the...
Lutzville Hotel is a family hotel providing warm hospitality, slick service and comfortable accommodation. The hotel is situated in the town of Lutzville, near Vredendal, in the wine-growing area. The friendly town of Lutzville is situated 50 km northwest of the N7 road and is sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean on the West Coast and inland by the Olifants River. The hotel offers 12 en-suite rooms with either a double or two single beds. Each room features individual décor, comfortable bedding, tea and coffee-making facilities, a fan, radio, and a TV with DStv. We also offer smoking and non-smoking rooms. The en-suite bathrooms feature either a bath or a shower, with just two rooms featuring both a bath and a shower. In addition, the hotel offers fax services, laundry services, an a’la carte restaurant, parking, pool tables in the public bar area, and slot machines. We also offer a function hall with a dance floor that can be used for weddings or parties for up to 150 guests. Lutzville boasts a unique and generous display of Namaqualand veld flowers during spring. Depending on the rain, the flower season ranges from July to October. Lutzville is situated in the heart of the floral kingdom and visitors use the town as a base from which to plan their daily excursions into the natural magnificence of Namaqualand. Lutzville wine cellar is the second largest in South Africa. Here visitors can taste and purchase wine in a friendly atmosphere and will be tended to by professional staff. The town also offers a beautiful nine-hole golf course, noted as the best in a wide radius, situated next to the tasting room of the local winery.
from R850

Black Mountain Hotel

3 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 15 rooms

Welcome to Black Mountain Leisure & Conference Hotel which offers luxury and elegance in the heart of the Maria Moroka Nature Reserve. The...
Welcome to Black Mountain Leisure & Conference Hotel which offers luxury and elegance in the heart of the Maria Moroka Nature Reserve. The elegantly furnished rooms are set in spectacular surroundings. The hotel offers 118 en-suite rooms which include two suites, all elegantly furnished and decorated. Each room is equipped with a TV with 12 DStv channels and all the necessary modern conveniences. The rooms are constructed in four levels with private gardens or balconies and the majority of the rooms face the mountain and dam. Dining facilities include the Moroka Restaurant which offers buffets, à la carte and light meals with room service available 18 hours a day. The lounge terrace and pool bar also offer light meals and refreshments. Conference facilities are also available and guests have a choice of nine venues with state-of-the-art facilities from a 16-seater to a 550-seater in cinema style. The Maria Moroka Nature Reserve is home to rhino, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, a host of different antelope species, as well as abundance of bird life. It overlooks the Groothoek Dam and the Thaba ‘Nchu Mountain which are ideal for fishing, bird watching and game drives. Other leisure activities can be enjoyed such as tennis, paintball, relaxing by the lovely pool and horse riding. For those looking to be pampered, visit the spa and sauna. A cinema and children's entertainment are also provided.
from R850

Windermere Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 9 rooms

The Windermere is a hip, stylish boutique hotel 5 star situated in the beach suburb of Humewood, a short walk from Kings Beach and the Blue...
The Windermere is a hip, stylish boutique hotel 5 star situated in the beach suburb of Humewood, a short walk from Kings Beach and the Blue Flag status Humewood Beach. Combining elements of contemporary chic with classic comforts and the designs of today. A feature of the hotel is the courtyard which gives on a sense of serenity away from the busy outside world. Enjoy breakfast alfresco on the deck or indoors contemporary style. The airport is a convenient 4 km away while the famous Links course at Humewood Golf club is only a 5 minute drive and the Boardwalk casino complex is nearby. For the discerning leisure tourist and the top business executive alike, this is the ideal place to base oneself whilst in Port Elizabeth.
from R1800

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse

3 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 7 rooms

Bartholomeus Klip is unique. There are only five bedrooms in this small hotel, the original...
Bartholomeus Klip is unique. There are only five bedrooms in this small hotel, the original homestead on a large private estate which is both a working wheat and sheep farm and a nature reserve with a spectacular mountain backdrop. Here, in this unexplored region only an hour by car from Cape Town's international airport, you can feel part of the peaceful life of rural South Africa and its clean crisp air and star-filled night skies. The Victorian homestead has been meticulously renovated, and the fine fabrics and family antiques make you feel as if you are a guest in someone's much-loved home. Comfort is the keynote in the bedrooms: specially made pure cotton bedding, luxurious toiletries, towelling gowns. No TVs to spoil the country feeling (although there are two in the main rooms for essential viewing). Wild Olive House and its adjoining cottage, separately sited from the main Farmhouse, provide a self- catering option where children are welcome. The Cottage has a bedroom, bathroom and small sitting room, with mini-fridge and facilities for making tea or coffee. You can watch the setting sun turn the mountains pink from your own private deck. The food is prepared in the French tradition but with a local flavour, is one of the highlights of a stay at Bartholomeus Klip.
from R5325

Legends Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 24 rooms

You are welcomed with friendly service at Legends Lodge, which is situated in a peaceful and tranquil garden setting in the heart of...
You are welcomed with friendly service at Legends Lodge, which is situated in a peaceful and tranquil garden setting in the heart of Ermelo, Mpumalanga. The Restaurant offers a full English breakfast as well as Dinner. The Ladies Bar is a place to sit and relax or one could sit on the patio and enjoy the well positioned garden with its wonderful bird life. Conferences, Meetings and Functions can be catered for from 2 - 80 people and there is ample room to accommodate a marquee in the garden for more than 80 people. The Lodge is also capable of catering for small or large capacity off-site and outside catering. The Lodge also offers undercover parking for approximately 50 cars. The quiet setting of the lodge makes for a truly uninterrupted and relaxing stay.
from R680

African Rock Hotel

1 Review
Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

This exclusive boutique hotel is located 11 km from the Johannesburg International Airport in a quiet suburb of Kempton Park, away from the...
This exclusive boutique hotel is located 11 km from the Johannesburg International Airport in a quiet suburb of Kempton Park, away from the flight path of arriving and departing planes. It has quick and easy highway access to Johannesburg, Sandton and Pretoria. A well-established, lush tropical garden, a swimming pool and a large patio ensures relaxing outdoor living. The interior look and feel is a successful fusion of African, Western and Oriental design trends and offers a warm, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. The architecture is contemporary and the establishment includes all modern amenities which makes it practical and comfortable.
from R3000

La Residence

Sleeps 22 in 11 rooms

La Residence is situated in the Franschhoek Valley on a 30-acre estate filled with vines, fruit trees, flowers and herbs. It is a romantic...
La Residence is situated in the Franschhoek Valley on a 30-acre estate filled with vines, fruit trees, flowers and herbs. It is a romantic and indulgent paradise whose magnificent interior is filled with rich fabrics, wonderful artwork and antique furniture. The 11 individually decorated suites enjoy vibrant colour schemes and spectacular views and the palatial en-suite bathrooms ooze glamour. The full board rate includes accommodation, all meals and snacks, local beverages, full minibar, teas and coffees, laundry, WiFi and transfers into Franschhoek. A bed and breakfast option is available on request. On hot days, the shimmering infinity pool beckons. Sip drinks under a shady umbrella or relax with treatments in the spa. Service is warm and personalized while an atmosphere of ease and relaxation pervades. Fresh produce from the garden and fine local wines create memorable dining experiences.
from R12800
La Rive Waterberg Accommodation is a comfortable country-style establishment that is ideally...
La Rive Waterberg Accommodation is a comfortable country-style establishment that is ideally situated in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains, approximately 40 km from Vaalwater. La Rive is on the R517/R510 road, in the Bulgerivier area of the Limpopo Province and is in the centre of the triangle formed by the towns of Vaalwater, Thabazimbi and Lephalale. This area offers plenty of game to be seen, including all of the Big 5. La Rive is also within easy driving distance from the large, scenic Mokolo Dam. La Rive offers accommodation in 10 en-suite bedrooms, all of which feature television sets with Easy View channels. La Rive boasts three lounge and a dining room which seats 40 diners. Guests can relax in the large garden or take a dip in La Rive's beautiful swimming pool.
from R710

Clanwilliam Hotel

10 Reviews
Sleeps 283 in 42 rooms

Ensconced in the magical Olifants River Valley, Clanwilliam Hotel is situated off the beaten track. Only two hours’ drive from Cape Town,...
Ensconced in the magical Olifants River Valley, Clanwilliam Hotel is situated off the beaten track. Only two hours’ drive from Cape Town, the hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, a swimming pool and secure parking. When you enter Clanwilliam Hotel, it is like coming home, where guests are still welcomed with true country hospitality. Founded in 1732, the picturesque Cape Dutch homestead of Clanwilliam is one of the 10 oldest towns in the country. Tucked away at the foot of the Cederberg Mountains and perched on one of the countries favourite dams, its rich settler history offers a central location for a variety of attractions, from flower viewing to bushman art and a range of water sports. Clanwilliam is also famous for growing and cultivating rooibos tea, and for its original leather ‘veldskoene’ factory. Andee's Restaurant is situated on the premises and offers lovely farm breakfasts. We are also situated within walking distance from all local restaurants. Clanwilliam Hotel is a five-minute drive from the spectacular 18 km-long Clanwilliam Dam, where visitors can partake in a range of water sports the likes of waterskiing, wake-boarding, parasailing and angling. Alternatively, nature enthusiasts can enjoy sweeping vistas of flowerscapes in the nearby Ramskop Nature Reserve which boasts over 200 indigenous species of wild flowers. Hikers and anthropologists can peruse Bushman rock paintings, visit the local planetarium or Pakhuis Pass, just outside of town, which boasts magnificent landscapes and is the gateway to Wupperthal – a Moravian mission village. Adrenaline junkies who don’t like to get their hair wet can indulge in the nearby Cederberg Mountain’s scenic 4x4, quad bike and mountain bike trails.
from R690

Savoy Hotel

3 Reviews
Sleeps 103 in 45 rooms

Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived...
Savoy Hotel is one of Kimberley's oldest and most enchanting hotels. the hotel opened for the first time on 1 September 1897. It has lived through the diamond heydays, was re-built in 1901, and soon proved to be the best hotel in the city, as is still the case today. In 1921 the Savoy Hotel was again upgraded, and as reported in the Diamond Fields Advertiser on Friday, 6 May 1921, So vast are the improvements made that one is at a loss adequately to describe them. At the Savoy Hotel you will have a pampered stay with excellent cuisine and quality rooms. Kimberley is the provincial headquarters for the Northern Cape and is situated in the centre of South Africa. It is well-known worldwide for its diamond history, which the Big Hole illustrates. The hotel offers 45 Standard Rooms with en-suite bathrooms.
from R740

Mazeppa Bay Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 125 in 40 rooms

Nestled in a beautiful setting of palms and tropical plants above the broad beach, Mazeppa Bay is characterized by its own island. ...
Nestled in a beautiful setting of palms and tropical plants above the broad beach, Mazeppa Bay is characterized by its own island. Depending on the tide, this is sometimes only accessible by a quaint suspension bridge which joins the island to the main beach. Mazeppa derives its name from the ship, the Mazeppa. The ship was captained by a CJ Cato, on its way to Delagoa Bay from Port Natal in 1842. The Mazeppa was in search of a British man-of war to rescue the garrison, which had been besieged by the Boers. The captain steered the ship into what is now known as Mazeppa Bay for shelter and ran aground. Legend has it that its ruins are buried under the sand dunes at Mazeppa Bay. Mazeppa Bay Hotel was taken over by its current owners in 1995. The hotel itself was in quite a state of disrepair and much love and hard work was put into the hotel to make it what it is today. Mazeppa Bay Hotel offers a choice of family or double rooms as well as two honeymoon suites. Our rates are very affordable and include three home-cooked meals per day. We also offer a seafood dinner on Saturday nights and a mini seafood dinner on Wednesday nights, with favourable rates for children. In addition a baby-sitting facility is available for parents that feel they need a break. Hotel facilities include a tennis court, full-size snooker table, beach volley ball, table tennis, a trampoline for the children, DStv in the communal TV lounge, and two bars in which to enjoy sundowners after a long day on the beach and rocks. Mazeppa Bay has a 550 metre landing strip for light aircraft, as well as a helipad. The hotel also offers transfers to and from East London airport, which is a two-and-a-half hour drive away. There are many attractions at Mazeppa, the main one being angling due to the steep continental shelf. Mazeppa has much appeal for the game and shark fisherman and there is always a place to find shelter and a good fishing spot when the wind is blowing. Mazeppa also has its own registered boat launch off the beach. Tackle and bait are for sale at the hotel and there are also rods and reels for hire. The bird life at Mazeppa is quite spectacular and this can be experienced by going on one of the many walks around the hotel, the Manubi Indigenous Forest being a particular delight for bird and plant lovers alike. Other walks include the one across One Mile beach to the One Mile rocks at the end of the beach, where a patrol plane crashed during World War II while trying to make an emergency landing on the beach. Mazeppa Bay Hotel has kept its old-style charm which keeps families coming back generation after generation, where friends are made and people have a chance to take a step back from their busy lives to really relax with their loved ones. So take your shoes off, and relax. Come and experience our little piece of paradise.
from R700

Hertford Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 46 in 23 rooms

Ideally situated in close proximity to Pretoria and Johannesburg, The Hertford is one of Gauteng’s best-loved get-away venues, offering...
Ideally situated in close proximity to Pretoria and Johannesburg, The Hertford is one of Gauteng’s best-loved get-away venues, offering beautifully appointed overnight accommodation; hearty meals; glorious function facilities and tranquil conferencing and breakaway amenities. Situated on 23 hectares of a lovingly tended estate, The Hertford combines old-world warmth, hospitality and charm with all the conveniences and modernity that its sophisticated guests have come to expect. From the sweeping, romantic rose bushes and the stone façade, to the roaring fireplaces and luxurious finishes, The Hertford is the most inviting – and convenient – setting, befitting of any occasion. Winter and summer, The Hertford looks forward to welcoming you. Boasting an almost Secret Garden-like seclusion, The Hertford offers style and tranquility. This idyllic setting is perfect for any occasion. But, possibly, most fit for a tailor-made wedding day. Whether it is a small, intimate get together you are looking for, or a lavish reception for up to 200 people, The Hertford will take the time to put your personal stamp on the occasion, and ensure that either the Rose Room, or the Deanery is prepared with exquisite attention to detail. The quaint stone chapel, on the premises means that guests do not have the hassle of having to find their way to two separate venues, and if they would like to enjoy themselves to the full, they can book an overnight suite and depart, at a leisurely pace, the next day. The Hertford prides itself on innovative, hearty menus, and guests are welcome to take breakfast, lunch and dinner in the restaurant, or outside, on the secluded, sunny terrace. From delicious, homemade desserts to fluffy, savory crepes, and a variety of roasts, The Hertford’s choice and variety will ensure your stay is as fortifying as it is pleasurable Even guests not staying with us are welcome to join The Hertford team for dinners or lunches, whenever the mood for quiet, wholesome meals tickles their fancy.  Renowned for our Sunday luncheons, where we will be serving good, wholesome undisguised food in a most relaxed country atmosphere. The conference and boardroom facilities make the Hertford a short drive to a bit of breathing space for team building or brainstorming sessions. No matter what set-up you require: boardroom; u-shaped, traditional schoolroom style or some lawn area, the highly knowledgeable and experienced Hertford team will go to great lengths to accommodate your specific needs.
from R1714

Dersley Manor

1 Review
Sleeps 22 in 11 rooms

Dersley Manor caters for the discerning upper-class client who is looking for that X-factor in luxury and style. We mainly offer suites...
Dersley Manor caters for the discerning upper-class client who is looking for that X-factor in luxury and style. We mainly offer suites such as the Honeymoon, Presidential or Deluxe suite. We also have standard Double rooms to offer. All rooms have courtesy hairdryers, plugs to charge your phone, beautiful bedside reading lamps, writing desks with desk lamps, air-conditioning, 9 TV channels, including DStv and M-Net, fully en-suite bathroom, coffee and tea facility, night gowns, digital safes, electric blankets and much more.
from R1280

Laingsburg Country Hotel

2 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 14 rooms

This quaint hotel in the heart of the Karoo offers the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Being located close to some...
This quaint hotel in the heart of the Karoo offers the ideal stopover between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Being located close to some stunning mountain passes and winelands, guests will have plenty to experience while staying here. Laingsburg Hotel was originally built in 1959 and is still owned by the Hart family, adding to the history of the area. The hotel offers double bedrooms as well as a family suite, making it ideal for any occasion. Each room offers true country hospitality and the added benefit of modern conveniences of en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities. The hotel boasts a beautiful pool where you can relax and cool down on the warmer days of the Karoo. Laingsburg Hotel boasts a renowned restaurant and coffee shop where you are able to enjoy some Karoo lamb, perfectly prepared in classic Cape country style.
from R875

The Legendary Nottingham Road Hotel

15 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 14 rooms

The Legendary Nottingham Road Hotel was built in the 1890s and is historically known as one of the...
The Legendary Nottingham Road Hotel was built in the 1890s and is historically known as one of the oldest pubs in KwaZulu-Natal. This old-style hotel has 14 en-suite rooms, both twins and doubles. Set in typically old English gardens, this hotel is located in the village of Nottingham Road which is in the heart of the Midlands Meander. There is a beautiful restaurant on site serving an a la carte menu which caters for all meals. Within close proximity to the hotel is the Gowrie Farm Golf Course which is a well designed and beautifully manicured 12 hole course. The area boasts plenty of unique craft shops, fly fishing, cheese, beer and wine tasting, as well as many well known country eateries all within five minutes of the hotel. The hotel with its historical charm, warm and friendly staff and festive atmosphere is a definite stopover for any visitor to the Midlands. It is approximately one and a half hours from Durban and four hours from Johannesburg.
from R1260

Mimosa Lodge

6 Reviews
Sleeps 40 in 20 rooms

Mimosa Lodge is nestled on the foothills of the majestic Langeberg Mountain range in the heart of Montagu on the popular Route 62 is Mimosa...
Mimosa Lodge is nestled on the foothills of the majestic Langeberg Mountain range in the heart of Montagu on the popular Route 62 is Mimosa Lodge. Only a 2 hour drive from Cape Town, Montagu is the perfect stop between Cape Town and the Garden Route. Better known for the fine hospitality and superb cuisine provided by the friendly couple Fida and Bernhard Hess, an award winning Swiss chef, Mimosa's restaurant is a culinary experience par excellence. Beautifully appointed en-suite rooms open up onto a rambling garden littered with myriad facilities including a sparkling swimming pool and deck, Bernard’s herb and vegetable garden, croquet lawn and boules pitch. With more than 200 plant species, the garden makes the ideal spot for a tasting of Bernard’s handcrafted Mimosa wine label or perhaps, fine dining al fresco. Come and explore the Robertson Valley for a more intimate wine route experience or visit neighbouring town and villages such as Robertson, Bonnievale, McGregor, Ashton, Barrydale and Swellendam. Alternatively, enjoy local sites such as relaxing at the hot springs, lumbering along the numerous nature trails and rock climbing. With sweeping views of the majestic mountains, blue skies, excellent conference facilities, idyllic Wedding venue and innumerable culinary delights, Mimosa Lodge is an ideal spot to refresh, revive and rejuvenate.
from R714

Royal Hotel

10 Reviews
Sleeps 133 in 71 rooms

The gentle elegance of a comfortable small hotel offering first class warmth and caring service, awaits you on arrival in this famous...
The gentle elegance of a comfortable small hotel offering first class warmth and caring service, awaits you on arrival in this famous landmark. For over 100 years, visiting members of Royal families, international and local statesmen, celebrities and businessmen have preferred to stay at the Royal Hotel, where each guest is assured of privacy, comfort and care. Nestled in the heart of the “ Battlefields Route “ the countryside is steeped in history, a history of conflict, bravery and survival, where battles between Zulu, Brit, Boer and Voortrekker shaped the history of South Africa. The Royal Hotel has 71 elegant, tastefully decorated, air conditioned rooms that offer a harmonious combination of comfort and modernism to meet the needs of business travelers. Warm and inviting, each room has been elegantly appointed with soft fabrics and all the amenities and comforts a discerning traveler expects. Spacious bedrooms offer elegant and stylish accommodation for guests seeking that little extra. All the Royal’s rooms contain an extensive array of facilities which include : colour televisions, tea and coffee hospitality trays, toiletries, direct dialing telephones, en suite bathrooms, internet connections & turn down service. The perfect place to mix business with pleasure, conveniently located midway between Durban and Johannesburg & being in the centre of Northern Natal makes this Hotel the ideal destination for business executives, weary travelers and tourists. Six individual conference rooms are available, from the intimate board room to Sir Reay's where up to 200 delegates can be accommodated. The Royal Hotel offers a cost effective meeting point for combined staff training from other areas. Our different and interesting restaurants offer menus to suit your requirements, from light lunches to full dinners, and sumptuous breakfasts.
from R1460

CedarWoods of Sandton

Sleeps 108 in 61 rooms

Cedar Park Hotel & Conference Centre, as you know it, has been operating and hosting guests for 12 years. The hotel closed the book on the...
Cedar Park Hotel & Conference Centre, as you know it, has been operating and hosting guests for 12 years. The hotel closed the book on the old, and started a new chapter, with recent renovations being completed, from the floors up, keeping their focus on the trusted and never changing level of service. Together with the new look, the Hotel found it necessary to bring their corporate Image to the same level as the newly renovated hotel, and got the public involved in the renaming campaign. After sifting through hundreds of suggestions, and giving away amazing prizes in cash and vouchers, Cedar Park Hotel & Conference Centre is proud to announce their new name, CedarWoods of Sandton, which they will be operating under, as from the 01st of September 2014. The look of the new Corporate Identity represents the fresh new look and feel of the hotel. CedarWoods of Sandton has always been run on a family style basis. With most of the staff being with the hotel for over a decade, and the recent additions to the family being hand-picked for their experience, guests are sure to experience the feeling of becoming family with every visit. CedarWoods of Sandton combines its history of yesterday, and the new of today, with the classic exterior look of the hotel, and offers 51 comfortable en-suite, air-conditioned bedrooms and suites, with large bathrooms, in four modernised townhouse style rooms. Be blown away by the modern, which is for the individual traveller, country style which are geared for comfort and sophistication, King Leisure Rooms, which portray a cosy setting, and Superior Deluxe providing ultimate size and Luxury. All of these rooms offer a work station with international plug points, as well as free Wi-Fi connectivity, cable television, a safe, mini bar and tea/coffee-making facilities. Kindly note that there is a maximum of five day restriction.
from R1225
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