Hotels in Johannesburg

From boutique hotels, luxurious apartments hotels to historic hotels, among the wide range of hotels in Johannesburg you can find them all. Most accommodations are concentrated in the northern suburbs. Melville and Norwood have some good options. The Saxon Boutique Hotel, Villas, & Spa is one of the best hotels in Johannesburg. It offers to its guests a swimming pool, wide rooms and is beautifully decorated with African handicrafts. The Melrose Blvd offers lush apartments and penthouses with swimming pool. Every apartment offers a terrace with a BBQ area with lovely surrounding views.

Consider the Park Hyatt Hotel for a place decorated in a contemporary style with big windows and astonishing landscapes. It has a rooftop swimming pool and a restaurant known for its modern features. Radisson Blu Gautrain, right at the Gautrain station exit, is a good Johannesburg hotel option. It is just a 10-minute walk from the Nelson Mandela Square, shops and restaurants, and has a fitness center and an outdoor pool. Radisson Blu Hotel Sandton has views of Jo'burg's skyline and surrounding veld. Most hostels offer free transport from the airport or the Gautrain stations at Sandton and Rosebank.

The hotel opened in May 2010, with bright, spacious guest rooms and a popular outdoor terrace.

Discreet property with a refined air and doting staff, not to mention a glitzy address in the tony suburb of Rosebank, near the city's best shopping and restaurants.

Room to Book: Those on the fifth floor offer direct access to the workout room and spa.

This boutique b&b in the leafy-chic Rosebank neighborhood is a refreshing departure from Johannesburg’s other hotels in secure suburbs, which are typically flashy and pricey—and often soulless.

All 290 guest rooms have large windows that overlook the skyline and surrounding veld.

Previously The Westcliff

Palatial guest rooms in 9 villas on a hillside ridge overlooking the city. 

Latticed shutters, 10 acres of landscaped gardens, and an air of tranquility create a sense of seclusion at this all-suite retreat, set in a quiet, tree-lined Johannesburg suburb.

Italian Renaissance–style hotel with grand public spaces situated on Sandown’s Nelson Mandela Square.

The owners originally built Makweti as a vacation house, but then decided to turn it into a safari lodge with a major commitment: to provide high luxury in raw nature, for a maximum of 10 guests.