The Road Lodge Randburg in Johannesburg is situated close to the central business district of Randburg and a number of other attractions, being in proximity to the N1 highway and 500 meters from the Gautrain bus stop. This hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa, is suitable for short-term stays, such as sports and business events, and offers guests a comfortable room with good basic amenities and a friendly staff offering assistance where possible.
The Road Lodge is a very good option for business visitors to this part of the city of Johannesburg. Numerous large corporations maintain their headquarters or branch offices in the Randburg/Sandton CBDs and the hotel is on a major thoroughfare and in close proximity to others that reach out into the city and various centres.
Accommodation is budget-oriented, offering guests a cosy room that can accommodate one to three guests in comfort. The rooms are tastefully decorated and appointed with good basic amenities.
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For retail therapy, this budget hotel in Randburg, Johannesburg, is situated close to the Brightwater Common, the Randburg Waterfront and the famous Sandton City. All of these centres offer a wide range of shops of various categories and feature food outlets ranging from fast food to fine dining. Road Lodge Randburg hotel in Johannesburg is also a short drive away from The Dome Exhibition and Conference Center and therefore a practical budget option for conference delegates. From time to time, this particular venue in Gauteng, South Africa, also hosts both local and international artists.
Within the greater Johannesburg area, visitors might like to visit the Cradle of Humankind, an hour north of Johannesburg, to learn about the history of man at the site of some of the most significant archaeological finds on the continent. More recent history is revealed at the Gold Reef City, where you can learn about the birth of the city of Johannesburg when gold was discovered. The Apartheid Museum is located close to Gold Reef City and takes clients on a poignant tour of the country's difficult past and hopeful future.