About Kgosi Lodge
Kgosi means King in tswana, a language spoken in the Northern Cape. The name is a reflection of the hospitality which is provided to royalty. Situated in the quiet suburb of Hadison Park within close proximity of the City Centre and the various tourist attractions that Kimberley offers.
We provide high quality service, modern comfort and excellent value for money accommodation. Kgosi Lodge offers various types of accommodation requests from single rooms fitted with huge beds, double rooms and a self catering room. With all the modern comforts and access to business tools including internet access. Value that is unsurpassed. A King's breakfast also included on request.
Tourists and Business people visiting Kimberley now have a good reason to extend the stay in the Diamond City. With the spectacular Flamingo Casino, locals can pride themselves in that they have a first class entertainment facility on their doorsteps.
Deposits Required - 50-100% of total fee, depending on when booked.
Balance is payable directly to Kgosi Lodge prior to arrival.
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