Pretoria

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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
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
Ambiance Guest House
8
1 review
This elegant villa in the leafy suburb of Menlo Park is just the ticket for those seeking a stylish home-away-from-home experience in Pretoria. — Lonely Planet
Pumbas Backpackers
8
1 review
Although this budget-friendly hostel won't knock your socks off, it features an assortment of tidy and serviceable private rooms and dorms and is optimally placed in Hatfield. — Lonely Planet
Hatfield Guest House
8
1 review
Colourful and quirky, Khayalethu is a fine addition to the quality Hatfield budget scene. The bedrooms are small but immaculate... The swimming pool is a little beauty. — Lonely Planet
Foreigners Friend Guest House
8
1 review
Character and charm – somewhere between a boutique hotel and a B&B, this enchanting abode is an oasis of tranquillity in a wonderfully quiet neighbourhood — 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
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
Kamsa Boutique Hotel - Groenkloof
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
ANEW Hotel Hatfield Pretoria
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
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