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More commonly known as Jo’burg or Jozi, the city is at the cutting edge of South Africa’s development, considered as one of Africa’s premier business destinations.
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The hotel comprises 330 bedrooms spread over two sections – the Balalaika and the Crown Court. Each room is air-conditioned and tastefully furnished in a classic, comfortable style with its own en-suite bathroom.
Not only is Melrose Arch the place to be seen, but due to its close proximity to the bustling, vibrant suburbs of Sandton and Melrose, corporate and leisure travellers get to work hard and play hard while in the company of Hollywood’s and Johannesburg’s most inspiring legends.
Whether you’re stopping over or have an extended business stay ahead, Protea Hotel OR Tambo Airport has everything you need and more.
Accommodation comprises 300 spacious, modern one bedroom suites. Each suite has a separate lounge, bedroom, bathroom, service area, work desk and balcony.Together with our five conference venues and seven boardrooms.
Overlooking a beautiful lake, boasting lovely views of the city to the east and Magaliesburg to the West, Protea Hotel Roodepoort has 5 floors and 79 guest rooms, including 49 double bedded rooms and 30 twin bedded rooms.
The hotel facilities have been designed to ensure maximum flexibility. Personalized service and responsiveness to your specific requirements are assured.
Uniquely positioned in a city within a city, the hotel invites guests into a world reserved only for the best, brightest and most beautiful. Here we promise excellence every day for our corporate, leisure and international GUESTS.
Infused with the history of the struggle against apartheid and abuzz with the energy of Johannesburg, Soweto is a must-see for visitors looking for more than sun, sea and the big five.With heritage sites, restaurants and shebeens aplenty, Soweto has also spawned many political, sporting and social luminaries, including Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu – two Nobel peace prize laureates who once lived in the now famous Vilakazi Street in Orlando West.
Johannesburg City Parks are responsible for planting the city's many green trees, making Johannesburg one of the 'greenest' cities in the world. It has been estimated that there are six million trees in the city.City Parks continues to invest in planting trees, particularly those previously disadvantaged areas of Johannesburg that were not positive beneficiaries of apartheid Johannesburg's urban planning.Johannesburg Botanical Garden, located in the suburb of Emmarentia, is a popular recreational park.
The uniquely South African Gold Reef City is just 8 km from the centre of Johannesburg and has a magnificent Theme Park offering the widest range of features and attractions in Africa.Located on an old gold mine, the park is themed around the gold rush on the Witwatersrand. The exhilarating Casino complex, alive with the excitement, buzz and energy of Jozi is where locals go to play and relax.It is also the site of the Apartheid Museum.
The Johannesburg CBD history is a story of urban decline and innovative redevelopment that promises a bright future for residents and for the surrounding areas. Beginning in 2005, city government officials began examining the potential of redeveloping Johannesburg’s central business district.Ripple effects of gentrification include an establishment of central Johannesburg as a South African cultural mecca, with places like Arts on Main where galleries dominate and visitors can see contemporary exhibitions, photographic instalments and craft markets.
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