Lombardy Boutique Hotel
is ideally situated in Pretoria East along the well-known Lynnwood Road and a mere 2 km from Solomon Mahlangu Drive, being in close proximity to the corporate boardrooms of South Africa`s economic heartland. Set amid tranquil and picturesque gardens, water features and majestic trees, Lombardy offers the discerning business or leisure traveler a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of Pretoria.
A full breakfast is included in the rates and served in the upmarket and elegant Lombardy Restaurant. The restaurant caters to the daring and conservative palate with its distinct, fresh and experimental food flavours.
The restaurant also boasts a cellar that is host to the original wines that were collected during the estate’s first 30 years of existence, and is the perfect venue for private functions or intimate dinners.
The serene setting of the estate complete with its lush, beautifully landscaped gardens lends itself to a memorable experience of old world Italian charm, perfectly enhanced by its magnificence and exquisite style.
Accommodation at Lombardy Boutique Hotel:
The hotel offers 20 luxurious suites, each individually decorated and furnished, emulating a hotel room from around the world and portraying classic, comfortable and stylish accommodation. All of our suites feature either a double or twin bed, en-suite bathrooms with shower and bath and modern amenities such as air-conditioning, satellite television, complimentary Wi-Fi, in room safes and mini bar.
Selected suites also feature a private lounge area and private courtyard overlooking the beautiful gardens.
Lombardy Boutique Hotel & Conference Venue Activities:
Popular activities in the area include a round of golf at the Silver Lakes Golf Course, mountain biking, bird watching or enjoying the many restaurants, bars and shopping centres in the area.
Attractions in the area include City Hall, the Union Buildings, Voortrekker Monument, Smuts House Museum, National Botanical Gardens, Pretoria Zoo, Maropeng Visitors Centre, the Nan Hua Temple and Hartbeespoort Dam.
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