Forum Homini Boutique Hotel, Krugersdorp, this beautiful property is located on a private game reserve, Letamo Game Estate, and offers its guests unique accommodation in cave style rooms.
The Forum Homini Boutique Hotel is a luxury hotel situated in the Cradle of Humankind near Johannesburg within the Gauteng Province of South Africa.
Not only does the Forum Homini offers its guests exclusive and comfortable accommodation, but it also provides conference facilities and the excellent dining in Roots Restaurant which is very popular.
While staying at this great getaway retreat visitors enjoy a broad range of activities which are available in the surrounding area. Due to the historical significance of the hotel's location in the nature reserve of Cradle of Humankind, the rooms pay subtle homage to the area.
There is a total of 14 unique cave style suites. The suites are made up of Standard Suites, the Honeymoon Suite and the Presidential Suite. The suites all provide guests with comforts such as a gas fireplace, underfloor heating, air-conditioning and heated towel rails. The suites also offer guests free WiFi connectivity and standard room amenities.
This restaurant serves all meals including; breakfast, lunch & dinner and is considered a top, fine dining establishment. It offers its visitors gourmet menus as well as food and wine pairing options. The primary influence on the cuisine is traditional African and local dishes.
This Boutique Hotel is near to Johannesburg, and so features three beautiful conference venues which are ideal for formal meetings and get together's. The Boardroom can accommodate a maximum of 16 delegates, the Media Center 25 and the Forum a maximum of 80 delegates.
No matter what the conference or function need is, the staff go out of their way to make any event a success. Each of the venues offers WiFi connectivity and standard conference equipment.
The Cradle of Humankind is also called "the place of origin" and became famous for the fossils of humans as old as 4.17 million years is found. It was declared a National Heritage Site in 1999 and offers visitors a window into the past. Guests visiting the reserve will get to see tools and fossils that were used by our ancestors millions of years ago.