Pretoria

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The Orient
9
1 review
This is an exquisite Asian-themed boutique all-suites hotel aimed at the discerning traveler. — Fodor's
Menlyn Boutique Hotel
9
1 review
Friendly and relaxed service combined with chic, sandstone colour scheme rooms make the Menlyn a hit — Lonely Planet
Crane's Nest Guesthouse @ 212
9
1 review
Our favourite place to stay in Pretoria... The large white house is modern and stylish, with a full-time reception area and hotelier touches like minibars and wine lists. — Lonely Planet
Alpine Attitude
9
1 review
Looking for a night somewhere extra special? Make a beeline for this unique boutique hotel. — Lonely Planet
Manhattan Hotel
9
1 review
Five-star service, complimentary wi-fi and shuttles to the Pretoria and Hatfield Gautrain stations, extensive dining options and well-appointed rooms. — Lonely Planet
Bwelani Guest House
9
1 review
Concealed behind high walls down near the university, this bright, contemporary B&B has lots of personality — Lonely Planet
Courtyard Hotel Arcadia
8
1 review
Cape Dutch manor house in the heart of the embassy district. The rooms are a little pedestrian for the grandeur of the setting, but the service is assured and the evening happy hours are a nice touch. — Lonely Planet
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The Diplomat Guesthouse
8
1 review
A gorgeous wood-floored Victorian manor and its beautiful garden are the setting for this immaculately designed four-star guest house. — Lonely Planet
La Maison
8
3 reviews
Located close to the Hatfield Shopping Centre, this inviting guesthouse boasts a long tradition of excellence. — DK Eyewitness
Richtershuyz Lifestyle Guesthouse
8
1 review
In a residential neighbourhood, this venture in a low-slung building feels like a warm, soft nest. — Lonely Planet
131 on Herbert Baker Boutique Hotel
8
1 review
A hotel with style, this venture strikes a perfect balance between sophistication, seclusion and privacy (there are only eight rooms), on a hillside south of the centre. — Lonely Planet
Court Classique Suite Hotel
8
1 review
A mainstay of the regional tourism awards, and rightly so. All rooms are, in fact, suites, which are suitable for families and business folk alike... the chef prepares world-class cuisine. — Lonely Planet
Bed & Breakfast in Hatfield
8
1 review
A short amble from the Hatfield Gauteng station, this B&B is the epitome of a refined cocoon, revelling quietly in minimalist lines, soothing colour accents and well-thought-out decorative touches. — Lonely Planet
Fortis Hotel Manor
8
1 review
Up an escalator from Burnett St, this hotel beats the Sheraton on location, but for the price fails to compete on any other level. It's plain, but perennially reliable. — Lonely Planet
314 on Clark Guest House
8
1 review
A true find for peace seekers, this well-run establishment shelters 13 immaculate rooms of varying sizes and shapes, including a couple of self-catering units. — Lonely Planet
Sheraton Pretoria Hotel
8
2 reviews
This fine five-star hotel boasts all the usual upmarket Sheraton touches, but most importantly has the best views of the Union Buildings. — Rough Guide
1322 Backpackers International
8
1 review
This is our favourite hostel for miles around... You can stay in neat, clean dorms, or cosy, converted wood and brick sheds at the bottom of the garden (very warm in winter!). — Lonely Planet
TreeTops & Treats Guest House
8
1 review
Overlooking the Tsitsikamma Forest, the architecturally stunning stone-and-glass lodge has 10 secluded treehouse suites, each with floor-to-ceiling bedroom windows. — Travel + Leisure
8
1 review
On the eastern reaches of Pretoria... After a busy day’s sightseeing, it’s the perfect spot to escape back into the bush or reinvigorate weary feet with a soak in the Jacuzzi. — Lonely Planet
The Village in Hatfield
8
1 review
On the corner of Arcadia St is this delightful blue and orange house that offers good-value and well-presented private rooms and helpful service. — Lonely Planet
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