Thirty two luxurious suites, superlative cuisine and acclaimed service blend seamlessly to create a classic, refined ambiance that reflects a pampered sense of timelessness and privilege. Guests feel welcomed, relaxed and fulfilled.
The hotel consists of the main house, which accommodates guests in the original executive twin rooms, and the north, south and west quarters accommodate guests in the superior suites, overlooking the gardens along the river. The 12 New Quarter Superior Suites is upmarket and modern. Ideal for the young at heart. Two Penthouse Suites set the benchmark for luxury suites with all the bells and whistles. The main hall is exceptional with wrap around gallery that leads to a well stocked library and the original executive rooms. Glass and steel-framed windows and doors give views of the lush gardens from all angles of the hotel.
The 28 superior suites have luxurious, extra-length, mahogany, king side beds, crisp 100% cotton percale bed linen and down duvets. Four of the superior suites have fireplaces. All rooms are en-suite with double marble vanity basins, large oval bath tubs and showers. The superior rooms are equipped with under carpet and tile heating, air-conditioning, room safes, satellite TV and DVD players, mini-bar fridges, hairdryers and telephones.
De Hoek caters for companies who wish to entertain and celebrate with clients or friends, in fact a celebration of any kind can be hosted at De Hoek. Weddings, dinners & dances, corporate events, Sunday lunches, birthdays, honeymoons and idyllic getaways are all enjoyed in this exclusive setting.
Bar/cocktail lounge, Conference venue onsite, Internet facilities, Nature trail onsite, Outdoor pool, Restaurant onsite
The Magaliesberg is a beautiful low range of hills not far from the city of Johannesburg and close to the town of Magaliesburg. Note the spelling. Magaliesburg is the town, Magaliesberg is the range. Magaliesberg is a fun little centre with a very countrified feel to it and loads of bucolic pleasures. Pick up a copy of the Magalies Meander map. It's a snazzy little marketing initiative that has linked together loads of fun products such as guest houses, museums, craft shops, restaurants and attractions as varied as South Africa's first gold mine, a hot air balloon trip, spas and wellness centres, and a cheese factory. It's also really close to the fascinating Cradle of Humankind.
Now the Magaliesberg is even more inviting. Although not very high, it's a beautiful range with lovely flora, some small game and loads of beautiful streams, pools and waterfalls. It's a real escape from the frenetic urban conurbations of Pretoria and Johannesburg, and it's hard to believe it's so close. The hiking is legendary, there are some fun kloofing trips and some good climbing, too. There are horse trails in the area and South Africa's largest gliding club is situated nearby.
In Room Facilities:
Air conditioner, DSTV in room, Electronic safe, Internet facilities - Complimentary WI-FI, Laundry facilities, Phone in room, Tea / coffee making facilities
Canopy Tours, Elephant Sanctuary, Hot Air Ballooning, Teambuilding, Spa Treatments, Cradle of Humankind, Shopping