The bustling business hub of South Africa is home to more than 3 million South Africans, and a frequent business and holiday destination of so many more. With the large amount of hotels in Johannesburg there are more than a fair share of places to stay.
Boasting attractions ranging from the cultural of the Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg Art Museum and Cradle of Humankind, to those for the sports fanatics of the FNB Stadium, aka Soccer City, one of Africa's finest golfing experiences at The Country Club Johannesburg, and for the adrenaline junkies wanting to be in the thick of it themselves – the ideal mix of terrain for hikes, paragliding, mountain climbing, skydiving, bungee jumping and almost any other adventure you can think of and want to try.
Most find themselves in South Africa's second largest city for business, but if you have time for a little exploring, you will be pleasantly surprised by your surrounds. A true African city, you only have to venture a little away from the city centre to find nature, wildlife and new enriching experiences – whatever your leisure preference.
With South Africa's largest international Airport, OR Tambo International, Johannesburg is South Africa's gateway to the world, and the first friendly face the world often sees of South Africa. Not only this, but Johannesburg is also the captain of South Africa's economic ship, being the site of our country's stock exchange, the JSE, along with being home to the headquarters of many of South Africa's biggest companies.
Visitors have a range of hotels in Johannesburg to choose from, some of the options being within the City Lodge Hotel Group, ideally located close to key business and leisure attractions within the city of Johannesburg. From those seeking budget travel options, to travellers looking for a little piece of relaxing luxury between meetings and sight-seeing, our Road Lodges, Town Lodges, City Lodge Hotels and Courtyard chains are able to facilitate every traveller's needs.