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Welcome at Safari Club SA,

Safari Club SA is a lodge with an African theme located in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Club is centrally situated in the economic heartland of South Africa – Gauteng Province. The capital city, Pretoria, is approximately 50km away and Johannesburg only 18km. Emperor’s Palace, a world class casino with more than 12 restaurants, is only 7km down the road. The well-known Pilanesberg area with its nature reserves and Sun City complex is 150km by road and it is 400km to the world-renowned Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga.

The Club has a luxurious yet homely ambience. The public areas comprise lounges, a bar, a business centre as well as a separate breakfast room. A beautiful new swimming pool has been installed to ensure the comfort and relaxation of guests during the hot African summer. The bar is decorated as a tribute to the famous Nguni cattle and adorned with beautiful fittings in this theme.

The interior of each of the 17 en-suite rooms has been uniquely styled to represent a specific area of the continent – for example the Kalahari, Etosha or Okavango rooms. All rooms have TV, air-conditioning and tea and coffee facilities.

Our main focus is superb accommodation with personal service customised to the needs of each guest.

Being located in Kempton Park, a mere four-minute drive from the gateway to Southern Africa, OR Tambo International Airport, is an added bonus. Jan Smuts Airport was built in 1952 and soon became the main gateway for air traffic into South Africa. During the 1990’s the name was firstly changed to Johannesburg International Airport and more recently dedicated to the memory of the late freedom fighter, Oliver Tambo. OR Tambo International Airport is currently the busiest airport