Proudly set in affluent Sandton and exhibiting a bold exterior, this contemporary hotel also stands a walk from shopper’s heaven at Sandton City. The hotel’s outdoor terrace, encircling a refreshing pool, is dotted with shaded recliners and lounges, perfect for an alfresco beverage, and is accompanied by a light-filled gym. Wind down at the sleek bar, and be enticed by the array of cuisines to be sampled at the grill restaurant and bar. Modern, artfully designed rooms come complete with plush bedding and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Why we recommend the Park Inn Sandton
- Modern hotel in prestigious Sandton location
- Contemporary rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows
- Gym, swimming pool and outdoor terrace
- Grill restaurant and sophisticated bar
- Walk to shopping and entertainment
Attractions near the Park Inn Sandton
The iconic Nelson Mandela Square
Explore Johannesburg’s warmth and hospitality at Nelson Mandela Square. Named after South Africa’s former president and revolutionary, the square is one of the country’s largest open public spaces. For shopping enthusiasts, the square offers an exclusive range of designer labels, art, books, jewellery and couture stores. Also known for its excellent food, locals and tourists come from all over to indulge in the sumptuous range of fine-dining restaurants and bustling sidewalk cafes. You’ll find everything from local African delights to European staples from France, Italy and Greece.
Before you leave, be sure to have your photo taken standing next to the towering sculpture of Nelson Mandela himself.
Visit Satyagraha House
Home to Indian leader Mohandas Gandhi from 1908-1909, Satyagraha House is a must-see historic attraction during your travels to Johannesburg. It was within the walls of this house that Gandhi created and developed his concept of passive resistance, which later led to the independence of India from British rule.
Built by Gandhi’s close friend, German architect Hermann Kallenbach, the house portrays an air of simplicity and contemplation. Trace the footsteps of history in the house’s seven rooms. Inside, you’ll pass by intimate collections of old photographs, journals by people that were part of Gandhi’s life, and large cotton draperies and wooden plaques displaying his most powerful quotes.
|Wheel chair access in hotel||Concierge|
|Swimming pool||Day spa|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Internet (cable)||In room safe|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Non-smoking|