About Savoy Hotel Kimberley
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.
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Things to do in and around Kimberley
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The McGregor Museum houses natural history and cultural history collections including a botanical herbarium, zoology collections, a history archive, ethnography collections, archaeology and rock art collections, physical anthropology, palaeontology...
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Visit the largest hand-dug excavation in the world, the famous Big Hole, and be transported back in time to the very beginning of Kimberley and the discovery of Diamonds. The Big Hole is a massive excavation, 214 meters deep with a surface area of...
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The Diggers' Memorial fountain in the Ernest Oppenheimer Gardens was erected in honour of diggers past and present. The gardens are a memorial to the late Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, a mining magnate who was the first mayor of Kimberley.
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Home to cricket team Griqualand West, De Beers Diamond Oval was formerly the De Beers Country Club and Kimberley Country Club. The 11 000-seater stadium hosted three matches during the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup.