The Garden Court Kimberley
Is conveniently situated close to the airport as well as to the city centre and stands out as one of the best-value Kimberley hotels incorporating conference facilities. This is Kimberley accommodation just a short distance from The Big Hole, with other attractions including the McGregor Museum's exhibits on the origins of mankind and the story of Kimberley, the steam trains at the Beaconsfield Marshalling Yards, numerous monuments including those commemorating the Anglo Boer War, the Mokala National Park and Kamfers Dam, home to thousands of flamingos.
Garden Court Kimberley
Catering for business travellers and holiday makers, Garden Court Kimberley is located in the heart of South Africa's diamond capital, within easy travelling distance to the airport, restaurants and historic attractions and offers 135 spacious, recently refurbished rooms.
As the capital of South Africa's Northern Cape, Kimberley is best known for its Big Hole - the world's biggest man-made excavation dating back to the 1800s - and the diamonds that have been unearthed in the area. It has a colourful history as a shanty town that developed into a thriving city with Victorian architecture as well as more modern buildings in the central business district. This is where South Africa's first stock exchange was established and it was the first city in the country to have electric street lights installed.
Located on the N12 motorway that links the provinces of Gauteng and the Western Cape, where the Vaal and Orange Rivers meet, Kimberley is popular as a place for business travellers and holidaymakers to spend a night or three - especially those who are particular about staying in the better accommodation offered in the province.