Bolivia Lodge is an award-winning, 3-Star Convention Centre offering 15 function venues and 106 en-suite rooms, ranging from luxurious to budget. Based in Polokwane, in S.A's Limpopo Province, we are conveniently situated close to Polokwane's largest Mall, the airport and the Polokwane CBD. We offer a wide range of accommodation options, with ample parking, 24-hour security, 24-hour reception, a swimming pool, room service between 19h00 and 21h00 and free Wi-Fi.
An overnight laundry service is available on request and on-site mini-spa 'Healthy Bodies' provides massage and reflexology services. Bolivia Lodge is a Level 3 B-BBEE contributor, with a history of service excellence in hospitality that goes back to 1997, when our current management team took over operations. Since 2006, we have been awarded several quality awards, including the 2016 PMR Diamond Arrow award for '1st Outstanding Conference / Convention Centre in Limpopo Province', as well as the Golden Arrow award for 'Excellent Wedding Venue'. This we credit 100% to our friendly and service-focused personnel, many of whom have been with us for 10+ years, including our General Manager of Operations and the Department Heads of Housekeeping, Maintenance and our Kitchen.
The Honeymoon Suite offers a private braai boma (partially thatched) - for entertaining max 20 guests informally and/or 8 dining/boardroom set-up, Enclosed Jacuzzi, A second bathroom with toilet and shower, 2 TV points (one for each outdoor seating area).
Polokwane, meaning "Place of Safety",is a city in the Polokwane Local Municipality and the capital of the Limpopo province, South Africa. It is also often referred to by its former official name,Pietersburg. Polokwane is a major urban centre, the biggest and most important north of Gauteng. Polokwane was one of the host cities of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In the 1840s, Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Potgieter established Zoutpansbergdorp, a town 100 km to the north west. This settlement had to be abandoned because of clashes with the local tribes. They founded a new town in 1886 and named it Pietersburg in honour of Voortrekker leader Petrus Jacobus Joubert. The British built a concentration camp at Pietersburg during the Boer War to house almost 4,000 Boer women and children. The town officially became a city on April 23, 1992; on February 25, 2005, the government declared the official name of the city as Polokwane, a name that was generally in use by the speakers of Northern Sotho. The city was the site of the ANC national conference which saw Jacob Zuma take over as head of the party.
In Room Facilities:
The Honeymoon Suite offers an en-suite bathroom fitted with bath and shower, Separate en-suite toilet, Lounge area with 2 armchairs and a coffee table, Super-King bed, Plasma TV with DSTV, Air-conditioning, Console table / desk, Free Wi-Fi, Kitchenette stocked with: microwave oven, bar fridge, tea and coffee facilities, ice-bucket, wine glasses and champagne flutes.
Polokwane Museum is a place to visit to educate yourself on the history of Polokwane, Hugh Exton Photographic Museum for those photography enthusiasts. Grab a couple tickets and spend a lovely day at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Another family day out should really include visiting the animal park, Wild Thingz. Outdoor adventures should also include the Polokwane Nature Reserve. End your day by taking a scenic drive on the Nonyana Lodge Mountain Bike Trail.