Quiet, convenient, and comfortable self catering accommodation in Johannesburg (refurbished August 2019). Whether you are visiting Jozi, our City of Gold, on business or pleasure, or just passing through, Seven Palms provides an escape from stress.
Offering six spacious en-suite rooms including private patios, one free-standing, en-suite, self-catering cottage (fully equipped) with private patio, superlative modern bathrooms en-suite in all rooms and fridges and coffee stations in each room.
Arum Place is a new guesthouse set in a quiet area, positioned on the outskirts of cosmopolitan Melville, bordering Westdene. A warm welcome and homely atmosphere awaits at this lovingly restored 1935 Melville house.
Somewhere between the pages of a design magazine and a family home from childhood you'll find The Hillside House. This most special guest house offers a private yet homely retreat in the heart of vibrant Melville, the arts and culture hothouse of Joburg.
Our venue located in a dead end quiet road in Westdene. Just a stone thrown to buzzling street of Melville, University of Johannesburg, Wits University, 15 mins by uber to Rosebank Gautrain Station/ Park Station and Melville Koppies.
Merwehuis was built in 1938. The current owners are the fourth family to enjoy the spacious old home. During the past years they have restored their house to reflect a bygone era.
Built on, what was then considered, far-off countryside, The View Boutique Hotel is a luxury, five star hotel located in the heart of the historic and leafy suburb of Auckland Park, close to the Johannesburg City Centre.
Welcome to the stylish 33 on First Guesthouse...a real home away from home.
Uniquely positioned on the highest point of Johannesburg, with panoramic views over the city, Grand View B&B provides an enclave of solitude and elegance in northern Johannesburg.
A light white open-plan space, motel Mi Pi CHi is the ideal sanctum to retreat to after a day of Johannesburg frenzy. Its location offers a truly unique multi-cultural experience as one would expect to find in an African city.