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Gauteng is famous for Johannesburg, Pretoria (Tshwane), Soweto and Alexandra as places where history happened and deals are made. Johannesburg (Joburg or Jozi) is the coolest city in the country – it has been undergoing a major rejuvenation, especially in areas downtown, which are changing from seedy to edgy with a definite hip factor. You’ll...

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33 Melville Road

Hyde Park
3 Bedrooms
PPS from R 2,448

An authentic and stately 1950s Johannesburg mansion, ideally located in the exclusive northern suburb of Hyde Park, close to popular restaurants, Sandton and Hyde Park shopping...


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Idwala Boutique Hotel Johannesburg

Darrenwood
9 Bedrooms and 2 Self-Catering Cottages
PPS from R 1,125

Idwala Boutique Hotel was originally built over a hundred years ago as a farmhouse, and has been skillfully transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel offering a quiet retreat...


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Monarch Hotel

Rosebank
12 rooms & suites

Located in Rosebank, a prestigious suburb near to the shopping and business hub of Johannesburg, lies the sophisticated and stylish Monarch Hotel. Once the iconic 1930’s...


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Kleine Constantia Boutique Guest House

Roodepoort
4 Luxury rooms
PPS from R 1,375

Established with discerning business and leisure travellers in mind, Kleine Constantia offers a luxurious taste of the Cape, warm hospitality and quality in secure...


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Osborne House

Brooklyn
5 Guest Rooms

Osborne House, built in 1904, is a beautifully restored Edwardian manor house, in the heart of historic Brooklyn, Pretoria. This elegant guest house has spacious stylish...


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Menlyn Boutique Hotel

Menlyn
27 rooms
PPS from R 950

The Menlyn Boutique Hotel, situated in the heart of the Tshwane Metropole, provides a 5-star hotel offering that is the industry’s best in luxury accommodation, fine dining and...


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Thatchfoord Lodge

Morningside (JHB)
8 Bedrooms & 1 Self-cater room
PPS from R 770

On the willowed banks of the Sand River, this welcoming B&B in a secure Sandton suburb is in easy reach of the N1 and M1 motorways, Sandton City, Rivonia, Woodmead and...


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Waterfalls Boutique Hotel

Waterkloof
7 Rooms, 1 Suite
PPS from R 645

Commanding a unique position high up in the prestigious Waterkloof suburb with panoramic views over Pretoria, Waterfalls Boutique Hotel is an upmarket establishment situated...


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La Maison d'Hotes Guest House

Erasmusrand
5 Rooms, 1 Self-cater Apartment
PPS from R 495

This owner-run guest house personifies service excellence and great comfort in relaxed, unhurried surroundings. The quiet, leafy suburb of Erasmusrand is just 1.5 km from the...


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House Higgo

Northcliff
6 Bedrooms, 1 Cottage (2 bedrooms)
PPS from R 625

A stylish guest house tucked into Aasvoëlkop Ridge with sweeping views over the northern suburbs of Johannesburg. Arriving at this elegant home away from home, you will find...


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Highgrove Guesthouse

Morningside (JHB)
6 Bedrooms, 2-bedroom Self-Cater Apartment
PPS from R 750

Conveniently located in the prestigious, quiet suburb of Morningside, minutes away from Sandton's business centre, Highgrove's warm ambience makes it a favourite among business...


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3 Melrose Road

Sandown
5 Bedrooms, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 745

3 Melrose Road Guest House is set in the quiet, secure and prestigious Sandown Estate Santon, this modern guest house is just minutes from Sandton City, with easy access to all...


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Village Ridge Boutique Hotel

Nieuw Muckleneuk
28 Bedrooms
PPS from R 724

In a secure tranquil estate in Waterkloof Pretoria, a welcoming village atmosphere awaits at this environmentally friendly Boutique Hotel. Village Ridge Boutique Hotel is set...


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131 on Herbert Baker Boutique Hotel

Groenkloof

Located in the leafy suburb of Groenkloof, Pretoria, 131 on Herbert Baker was originally built as a private residence. There are nine beautifully appointed en-suite rooms, each...


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Welgelegen Manor

Gauteng
8 Suites
PPS from R 2,300
Includes Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Set in Cosmos countryside and tranquil farmlands an hour south of Johannesburg, lies the magnificent Welgelegen Manor, built by South Africa’s iconic architect, Sir Herbert...


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De Hoek Country Hotel

Magaliesburg
26 Superior Rooms (4 with fireplaces), 4 Executive Rooms, 2 Penthouse Suites
Units from R 4,265

De Hoek Country House lies in a serene country setting in the Magaliesburg area - an hour’s drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria. The hotel, a masterpiece of Sandstone, is...


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The Residence

Northern Suburbs (Jhb)
5 Suites
Units from R 3,495

Sophistication, elegance and tranquillity. A warm and hospitable welcome awaits at The Residence in the prestigious suburb of Houghton in Johannesburg, the perfect location for...


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Budmarsh Country Lodge

Hekpoort
18 Bedrooms
PPS from R 1,600
Includes Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, in the heart of the magical Magaliesberg, Budmarsh Country Lodge awaits to welcome you to its world of understated elegance,...


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Pathways Guest House

Auckland Park
5 Bedrooms

Pathways Guest House is located in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, close to the SABC and Universities. In a quiet street, just a 6-minute walk to trendy Mellville's restaurants,...


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The Munro Boutique Hotel

Houghton Estate
5 Rooms
Units from R 5,200

Elegant and stately, The Munro Boutique Hotel is privately situated above Sandton’s leafy sprawl, overlooking the world’s largest man-made urban forest below. Original art,...


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Ekurhuleni O.R.Tambo Cultural Precinct
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Tembisa is a large township situated to the north of...

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Gauteng travel guide

Gauteng is famous for Johannesburg, Pretoria (Tshwane), Soweto and Alexandra as places where history happened and deals are made. Johannesburg (Joburg or Jozi) is the coolest city in the country – it has been undergoing a major rejuvenation, especially in areas downtown, which are changing from seedy to edgy with a definite hip factor. You’ll discover plenty of theatre, nightclubs, bars, cafes and restaurants, shopping malls and African street markets, all at better prices than abroad. The advent of the Gautrain has made transport around the city easy, fast and safe. From OR Tambo airport it’s only twelve minutes on the Gautrain to Sandton so there’s no reason not to explore even if you’re just on a quick business trip!

The rest of Gauteng also has plenty on offer. Pretoria and Soweto are excellent to visit. They are both different from Joburg due to history and population, showing the diversity of South African culture. Throughout the year, golfers can enjoy a selection of golf courses, and for the more adventurous, the mighty Vaal River and the Magaliesberg mountain range on the outskirts of the province offer waterskiing, hiking, abseiling and hot air ballooning.

Our faves in Gauteng:

  • Joburg – Centre of big business, Jozi has long attracted a cosmopolitan mix of people. The areas of Parkhurst, Parkview and Parktown North are great for décor stores, trendy cafes and live music. Emmerentia Park is great for strolling, canoeing on the dam and weekend concerts. Downtown, Braamfontein and Newtown are the places to go for awesome food markets, artisan coffee, museums, and walking tours that bring history to life. Maboneng is where the art and retail scene is happening. You’ll find the Museum of African Design here, along with restaurants and pop-up shops where you can pounce on your one-offs. Hyde Park, Rosebank and Sandton uphold a long tradition of the elegant life, with upmarket shopping malls, restaurants and galleries, while welcoming a cooler trend towards design stores and stylish cafes. Melville is the student hangout and 44 Stanley is where shoppers head for hours of fun.
  • Soweto – the biggest and most famous township in South Africa, this was the hub of the anti-apartheid struggle. Now it’s the best place to discover South Africa’s urban black social life, culture, music and fashion. Head for Vilikazi Street and don’t forget to have a drink at a shebeen.
  • Apartheid Museum – this is one of the stops on the Joburg City Sightseeing bus route but it is also easily accessible by car. The museum tells the dark story of the years when South Africa lived under an official system of racial discrimination, and how brave people fought to overcome it. A highlight is the Nelson Mandela exhibit, taking visitors into the life of this great leader and humanitarian, who set an example of reconciliation to the entire world.
  • Pretoria - Many people choose to commute to Joburg and live among Pretoria’s elegant streets overhung with jacaranda trees and filled with rose gardens. Pretoria has an excellent State Theatre, art galleries, restaurants and Botanical Gardens, and is close to quite a few nature reserves.
  • Cradle of Humankind – · one of South Africa’s eight World Heritage Sites, containing the Sterkfontein Caves with fossils millions of years old that rocked the world when they were discovered. The area also protects a number of endangered animal species and is very beautiful to explore.
  • Cullinan - 30 km east of Pretoria, Cullinan is an old mining village famous for the discovery of the Cullinan Diamond - the biggest rough gem-quality diamond ever found. It’s very quaint, with restored Edwardian mine workers’ houses, storybook picket fences and cosy coffee shops. You can even go down one of the old mines. Around Cullinan there plenty of sports and outdoor activities to do.