A grand yet very charming entrance, the lobby is effortlessly stylish with marble floor and one side of elegant arm chairs. There is a certain gentlemans club feel to the entrance with its low lit lamps and chandeliers and dark wood furniture. To the left are a series of discreet check in desks with chairs for guests.
A stunning building that looks particularly beautiful when lit up in the evening. It is eight storeys tall and is dominated by its iron balconies and tall arched windows giving its facade an old world charm feel to it.
These one bedroom suites are incredibly modern and luxurious with en-suite bedroom, living room with dining table accommodating four people as well as a fully equiped kitchen with top of the range appilances. The suites have wood flooring throughout, beautifully framed pictures adorn the walls and the stylish furniture make these suites amongst the very best in the city. The bed is large with Egyptian cotton linen and the ensuite bathrooms have granite basins, a shower with a huge shower head. There is satellite TV in the suites and in-room safes for lap tops and 24 hour room service is available.
The hotel has three restaurants on the ground floor of the hotel open to guests and the general public. Breakfast lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at restaurant 1800 and as well as asian food there is a good choice of South African cuisine as well as european dishes. An extensive wine menu is available too.