Situated in the business district, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from International Terminal Duty Free Mall and within 3 mi (5 km) of Kempton Park Golf Club ...
This family-friendly Johannesburg hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of Satyagraha House, Victory Theater and L. Ron Hubbard House. Johannesburg ...
Staff very helpful and welcoming. Good restaurant and if you wished to self cater there was a Pick n Pay and a Woolworth under the hotel. Rooms very clean and spacious and we would be happy to go there again.
This family-friendly Sandton hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of JSE, Sandton City Mall, and Sandton Convention Centre. Nelson Mandela ...
walking distance to Sand ton City ,Nelson Mandela Square and Gautrain Station High speed train travels to main airport from the station Hotel offers shuttle service to above hourly basis 6am to 11pm
Situated in Kempton Park, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Kempton Park Golf Club and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Festival Mall. Modderfontein Golf Club and Greenstone ...
Well located hotel, reasonably priced, friendly staff, good facilities and options for late departure time which is very convenient when taking a late flight.
Johannesburg is the most popular city in Africa for meet-ups, conventions, and expositions, and as a result, features a number of high-end venues for the purpose. Among the most popular conference hotels in Johannesburg are the Apollo Conferencing Hotel, which combines a luxury stay with conference rooms, the Forum and Turbine Hall, which include catering and indoor/outdoor options, and Eagles Nest Conferencing Centre.
Many of Johannesburg's dining experiences are clustered throughout the city in small groups in neighbourhoods and plazas. Cuisines stem from cultures around the world, so visitors can look for nearly any type of food at the many al-fresco restaurants. The Melon on 9a 7th Ave, The Schwarma Co, and Dawaat on Mint Rd. are considered some of the nicest in the city.
As a city most popular for its shopping, Johannesburg has a lot to do for tourists who like some retail therapy. The Mai Mai Market features traditional herbs and healing products. Other Johannesburg shopping centres include flea markets and bazaar-like stalls at Sandton City, Nelson Mandella Square, the Oriental Plaza, and the Rosebank Flea Market, which is known for its African art pieces.
Johannesburg has a number of points of interest, most notably its many art museums, music festivals and concerts, and public art displays. With 13 notable museums in the city, it can be difficult to choose just one, but for those with a limited amount of time on their hands, the Johannesburg Art Gallery houses several centuries of paintings, dating back to the 15th century. The city is also home to multiple zoos and wildlife preserves including the Johannesburg Zoo, which is the largest in South Africa.
Johannesburg is home to more than seven different stadiums, the most famous of which is Ellis Park Stadium, with football, cricket, and rugby among the top sports. Visitors can also take part in, or watch, races on Sunday where tens of thousands of city residents take part in informal races. For the less athletic, swimming, golfing, and children's activities are also available near many of Johannesburg's hotels.
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