Pretoria

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Concealed behind high walls down near the university, this bright, contemporary B&B has lots of personality — Lonely Planet
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This is an exquisite Asian-themed boutique all-suites hotel aimed at the discerning traveler. — Fodor's
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Friendly and relaxed service combined with chic, sandstone colour scheme rooms make the Menlyn a hit — Lonely Planet
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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
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Looking for a night somewhere extra special? Make a beeline for this unique boutique hotel. — Lonely Planet
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Five-star service, complimentary wi-fi and shuttles to the Pretoria and Hatfield Gautrain stations, extensive dining options and well-appointed rooms. — Lonely Planet
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A relatively upmarket backpacker place with plenty of doubles as well as smallish dorms spread over two lovely old houses with original features and a relaxing garden stoep. — Rough Guide
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At this calm haven in a backstreet few know, Lynette Blignaut offers the perfect small B&B experience, with six fresh rooms done out in taupe and grey shades, and modern bathrooms. — Lonely Planet
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It’s convenient for the bus station... and if you don’t mind sacrificing modern comfort for character, then this does the job nicely. — Lonely Planet
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This fun hostel centres around a large lounge full of chill-out sofas and funky prints. There are a couple of doubles as well as dorms... The lodge also has a good tour office. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Professionally run and competitively priced... The plain-ish rooms face out towards a sofa-filled lapa and the owners are quick to attend to guest needs. — Lonely Planet
$85
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About the only thing wrong with this attractive address is that it's in high demand, meaning you need to book well in advance to snag one of its cosy, excellent-value rooms with sparkling bathrooms — Lonely Planet
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This is a magical place to stay... En-suite rooms draws savvy conference-goers and travellers in search of respite. The gardens and swimming pool are immaculately presented. — Lonely Planet
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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
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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
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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
$126
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A gorgeous wood-floored Victorian manor and its beautiful garden are the setting for this immaculately designed four-star guest house. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
A very pleasant guesthouse with lovely gardens, six Victorian-styled rooms full of antiques, and an outstanding restaurant. — Rough Guide
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In a residential neighbourhood, this venture in a low-slung building feels like a warm, soft nest. — Lonely Planet
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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
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