About Sarabi Country Lodge and Guest House
Quietly nestled in peace and tranquility lies Sarabi Country Lodge, boasting unspoilt scenic beauty and a taste of the finer things in life. Situated a mere eight minutes from OR Tambo International Airport, five minutes from Emperor's Palace Casino and Entertainment World and 20 minutes from major stadiums, Sarabi is ideal for the corporate traveller or someone just needing to get away.
Come and enjoy the three-hectares of lush surroundings and perhaps take a late afternoon stroll through the gardens, with peace of mind as the premises are fully secure. Peace, quiet and convenience are hallmarks of the Sarabi Country Lodge experience.
All of our rooms are individually designed and offer tea and coffee facilities as well as space to unwind. At Sarabi Country Lodge we believe that each room should be as individual as you are which is why in addition to quality and luxury, each of our rooms boasts unique design as well, and room facilities include LCD TVs with DStv and air-conditioning.
Sarabi Country Lodge and Guest House offers a boma dining hall and an entertainment area with a big screen TV, pool table, tennis table and foosball. Barbecue areas are strategically placed around the lodge in a boma-style, and our on-site restaurant services dinner. In addition, we also offer a curio shop and guests are welcome to relax by the swimming pool, while a trampoline, volleyball court and jungle gym will keep the young ones entertained.
Sarabi offers upmarket, air-conditioned conference facilities with full ‘plug-and-play’ multimedia. We cater for both small groups in rondavel-style theatres as well as larger groups of up to 100 delegates in our main conference venue.
Conference Venues: Sarabi offers upmarket, air-conditioned conference facilities.
The price is negotiable depending on how many people and how many nights' stay.
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