About Hallmark House
Hallmark House, which was built originally in the 1970s as a diamond-polishing centre, is in the heart of the Maboneng district on the east side of the Johannesburg CBD.
Maboneng – which means ‘place of light’ in Sotho – is owned and developed by Propertuity. It is an exciting and vibrant new neighbourhood that’s quickly becoming a destination for people who enjoy seeing the expression of current creativity and entrepreneurial spirit in all its modern urban forms: from graffiti to art centres and photo walks; from markets to yoga studios and new designer shops; the area is edgy and vital.
The hotel has 46 apartments on two storeys but also runs a concierge service for the residents’ apartments. Each room boasts various views of Johannesburg’s up and coming area. Each room is fully equipped with the necessary to provide our guests with a comfortable, sophisticated experience as well creating the opportunities for our guests to explore the bustling city that is downtown Johannesburg.
Newmark’s boutique hotel in Hallmark House reflects this character in its style and ambience and offers businesspeople and tourists alike the opportunity to stay in the heart of this multi-cultural city hub and explore all the area has to offer.
The new state-of-the-art building includes:
- 24-hour manned security
- Secure parking
- High-speed internet over fibre optics
- Instant access to all the excitement and happenings of the area
Hallmark House Map
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