Tsogo Sun

 Kimberley Accommodation & Hotels 

Tsogo Sun offers visitors to the Northern Cape the chance to enjoy a perfectly positioned hotel in Kimberley that provide just the right blend of style, convenience and service. Whatever your reason for visiting – business, holiday, honeymoon or even a passing visit on a long drive between Cape Town and Johannesburg, finding the right place to stay makes all the difference.


As the capital city of the province, Kimberley has long been associated with mining. One of the biggest landmarks in this diamond-mining town is the Big Hole - a man-made hole that is a kilometre deep and about 17 hectares wide. It is here that miners worked hard to reach the precious stones that have led to Kimberley’s reputation as a major diamond hotspot. The Kimberley Mine Museum was created to offer insight into the hole and the city’s history in diamond mining.

Other attractions in the area may not be quite as staggering as this giant hole, but are still well worth checking out. These include a fascinating ghost trail through the city, Benfontein Nature Reserve, Diggers Memorial, Ernest Oppenheimer Gardens, Kimberley Golf Course, McGregor Museum, Town Hall, Belgravia Historic Walk, William Humphreys Art Gallery and the nearby Northern Cape Wine Route.


The Vaal River meanwhile has its own share of highlights. Restaurants, boat cruises, fishing and many other pursuits can be enjoyed on this river, while bird watching is also excellent in this part of the area. There are many good wining and dining options within the city itself too, ensuring loads to keep you entertained after dark as well as during the day.

Find the perfect place to start exploring with accommodation at The Garden Court Kimberley from Tsogo Sun.


Garden Court Kimberley

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 hotel is 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.
WiFi that is reliable, fast, secure and free for guests
Customer contact centre
0861 44 77 44 | +27 11 461 9744
Hours of operation:
Open Monday to Friday from 08h00 to 20h00.
Open Saturday from 08h00 to 17h00.
Open Sunday from 09h00 to 17h00 and certain public holidays.
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