The Tyrwhitt Rosebank
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Fantastically priced apartments in the heart of Rosebank without compromising on quality and style. The Tyrwhitt offers luxury apartments to professionals in Johannesburg’s most desirable “work, live and play” neighbourhood.
The Tyrwhitt will offer guests further convenience with a restaurant on the street level of the building, 24-hour concierge, state of the art security and ample underground parking, giving it an international feel in a burgeoning commercial and residential node.In Room Facilities:
*TV with DStv
*Lounge and dinning area
The suburb boasts tree-lined and pedestrian-friendly streets across the road from the Rosebank Mall, the Zone and a multitude of restaurants, cinemas, bars and gyms.Property Facilities:
The Tyrwhitt will offer guests further convenience with a restaurant on the street level of the building, 24-hour concierge, state of the art security and ample underground parking, giving it an international feel in a burgeoning commercial and residential node.Attractions:
The Tyrwhitt is located in the heart of Rosebank, within 50 metres of the Rosebank Mall and 300 metres from the Gautrain station.
|Property Type||Apartment, Self Catering|
|Check-in after||02:00 PM|
|Check-out before||10:00 AM|
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Nearby Attractions & Landmarks
Johannesburg Zoo, Sandton City, Hillbrow Tower, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Bensusan Photographic Museum, Nelson Mandela Square, Liliesleaf Farm, SAB World of Beer, Satyagraha House, Moyo Restaurants, Newtown Cultural Precinct, Nelson Mandela Bridge, Johannesburg Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, Brenthurst Gardens, Constitution Hill, Radium Beer Hall, Apartheid Museum, Oriental Plaza, The Bag Factory, ABSA Art Gallery, Standard Bank Gallery, MuseuMAfricA