Pretoria Hotels service the administrative capital of South Africa with the Union Building which house the official office of the President. In spring the streets are carpeted in the purple flowers of the jacaranda tree.
Hotels for Sports
Many people flock to watch games, and in the Sunnyside area, the famous Loftus Versfeld can be found - home of the Bulls. If you are in town to watch one of these exciting rugby matches, then you will want to stay at the nearby Holiday Inn Express Sunnypark Hotel, which is located in Sunnyside. However, if it's a challenging schoolboy game you are watching, the HPC Hotel and Conference Centre offers a range of accommodation options within the sports grounds of the University of Pretoria.
Hotels in Hatfield
As mentioned, the University draws many people to the Hatfield area making it a vibey, growing area. The Hatfield area is full of trendy shops, restaurants, and bars as well as modern hotels. These hotels include the Protea Hotel Hatfield and the Garden Court Hatfield.
The famous Union Buildings and their manicured gardens are near to the Hatfield and Arcadia area, and many exclusive hotels are overlooking this historical city of Pretoria. These sophisticated business hotels include the likes of the Premier Hotel and the great Sheraton.
Hotels for a Relaxing Getaway
The Centurion area of Pretoria offers the ideal location for a quick weekend getaway from Johannesburg or a relaxing stay for both business or leisure travellers to Gauteng. A magnificent lake and river bypass through Centurion and make for a picturesque and lush landscape on which many country estates can be found. These modern Centurion hotels include the African Pride Irene Country Lodge, the towering Centurion Lake Hotel and the quaint Leriba Hotel and Spa.
On the outskirts of Pretoria, one can also find the Kameeldrift area in which lies the Kievits Kroon Country Estate, which provides a luxurious escape within minutes of the Pretoria city centre.
Pretoria City Hotels
As with most of the Gauteng, travel to this region comprises of mostly business travellers. Thus said, the Pretoria City Centre is a popular destination for those seeking accommodation close to business meetings, conferences, and industrial centres. Within the city centre lies 131 on Herbert Baker Boutique Hotel. The street on which this stylish hotel was named after South Africa's most renowned architect.