The luxurious rooms are ultra modern and exude comfort. 2 Executive Rooms, top floor(206 & 207). Spacious , open plan rooms. Full bathroom, bath & shower. Workstation & Lounge with Fridge. Aircon, TV with selected DSTV channels.
17 Double/Single rooms En-suite bathrooms with shower, work stations, TV with Selected DSTV channels, Aircons.
The Family Unit, has a double bed and 2 single beds, sleeps 4 (106) Own private Patio, fridge, microwave. Full bathroom, shower & bath. TV with selected DSTV channels and Aircon.
Our conference room is ultra modern, easily accessible and versatile to suit needs ranging from an intimate business meeting to extensive company training sessions, with the added benefit of luxurious overnight accommodation. We can accommodate up to 65 delegates Cinema style. Our conference room is equipped with an aircon, podium, tables and chairs that offer comfort to each individual. Together with Management we strive to fulfill all your needs and special requirements to make your conference a success.
In Room Facilities:
En-suite bathroom, Tea & Coffee, Air conditioning, TV (select DSTV channels),
Suburb of Bloemfontein
Hip&Happening - Westdene suburb, Bloemfontein, is an emerging business centre, complete with great restaurants and coffee shops on every block. Safe, attractive, and architecturally beautiful this is an appealing spot to choose when staying in Bloemfontein. A walk around the suburb before a leisurely dinner is a great way to end off a long day!
Bloemfontein is sort of the Cinderella city of South Africa. It's stuck out there on the N1 between Cape Town and Johannesburg. It has no Table Mountain, no ocean, and no big-city vibe. And no rush hour traffic, no road rage and no urban sprawl. It's just a nice little city in the middle of the country. The name, Bloemfontein, means Spring of Flowers - a rather pretty name that it does actually live up to. The city is planted with thousands of rose bushes, which makes for a fabulously colourful roadside display. A small nature reserve, strangely enough called Naval Hill, right in the middle of the city carries the green theme a bit further.
There's the usual smattering of art galleries and some interesting museums, including the War Museum and the National Women's Monument - a poignant reminder if ever there was one of the futility and downright stupidity of war. OK - so Bloemfontein is not exactly the tourist mecca of the universe, but it's a good stopover place if you're driving the N1, and it's probably worth spending a day there if you have the time. There are decent restaurants, some nice pubs and some good live music venues. It's also the closest city to the Kingdom of Lesotho.
WIFI, Secure parking, Conference facilities
Free State Stadium, Loch Logan Waterfront, Mimosa Mall, Naval Hill, Chevrolet Park, Schoemanspark Golf Course