8 listings for accommodation in East Rand. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:
African Moon Corporate Guest House
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering, Hotels in Glen Marais, Kempton Park
24 luxurious bedrooms, en-suite with bathrooms. Self-catering guest flatlet sleeps 4 or 6. All with DStv, Wi-Fi...
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Heidelberg
Perfectly situated and comfortable rooms.
Guest Houses, Self Catering in Jansen Park, Boksburg
Up21 offers charming self-catering apartments and is situated in Boksburg. These units are ideal for guests looking...
Raintree Guest House
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses in Boksburg
Our philosophy is based on strong family values and creating a wholesome experience for all our visitors. We are...
Benoni N12 Hotel
Guest Houses, Hotels, Pets By Arrangement in Northmead, Benoni
A mere 100 m from the Snake Road turnoff on the N12, Benoni N12 Hotel is a lovely hotel in Morehill, Benoni and...
Guest Lodge, Self Catering in Kempton Park
Welcome to Lior-Gil Accommodation,
STAY WITH US IN COMFORT.
Whether you’re here for business or pleasure,...
Villa Sant Andrea
Bed And Breakfast, Apartments, Guest Houses, Self Catering, Villas, Pets By Arrangement in St. Andrews, Bedfordview
Villa Sant Andrea is an Italian style property located in St.Andrews, Senderwood Bedfordview, in Johannesburg,...
ACN International Regency lodge
Bed And Breakfast, Guest Houses in Glen Marais, Kempton Park
Welcome to ACN international regency lodge, a lodge that brings a new piece of contemporary architecture to Kempton...
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More info about East Rand
The East Rand consists of a number of cities and towns lying east of Johannesburg and incorporated into the greater Johannesburg metropolitan district. The towns are a mix of upmarket and working class residential suburbs beside large industrial parks.
Most of the East Rand towns were formed in the 1880s during the gold rush period and many of the homes built to accommodate miners and their families.
The area is booming and a great deal of emphasis has been placed on convenience for its residents with an excellent road network, sprawling parks and lakes and a generous sprinkling of churches, malls, schools, clubs and sporting grounds.
Johannesburg’s international airport is located within the East Rand boundaries, making a stay on the East Rand an ideal option for both business and leisure travellers.
Top 10 reasons to visit East Rand
1. The Horwood’s Farm craft market and vintage fair operates from a heritage site in... Show more