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 Pretoria Accommodation 

Searching for the finest Pretoria hotels? Curious as to why the city is often fondly referred to as the Purple City? Not sure why so many call it Tshwane? Spend some time in this inviting city, and you will come away with a whole new understanding of South Africa’s historical city.



Tsogo Sun Pretoria Hotels

Garden Court Hatfield

Garden Court Hatfield

Visitors to Pretoria can relax in the affordable accommodation of this 157 room hotel in the trendy suburb of Hatfield. Offering business and leisure facilities, the Garden Court Hatfield is perfectly positioned to explore the quaint and interesting area and historical landmarks.
Southern Sun Pretoria

Southern Sun Pretoria

This modern, contemporary hotel set in lush gardens, showcases a spectacular steel and glass facade within the Pretoria city centre. Southern Sun Pretoria, with its 242 stately rooms offers delegates every business amenity required and is in close proximity to major embassies, consulates and the Pretoria business sector.
StayEasy Pretoria

StayEasy Pretoria

This hotel lies on the outskirts of the Pretoria city with easy access to all major roads in Gauteng. The proximity of this budget hotel to the Pretoria CBD and most government departments and historical attractions makes it the preferred destination for business and leisure travelers.

The city is filled with an abundance of Jacaranda trees – inspiring a local radio station named after this distinctive purple-flowered tree as well as its current nickname. As for its name of Tshwane, the answer is a bit less simple. Like many other areas within post-apartheid South Africa, name changes are proposed in the spirit of hope and new beginnings.

Picturesque scenery and naming challenges aside, Pretoria is one of the country’s three capitals, along with Cape Town and Bloemfontein. It is the administrative capital, housing a number of important landmarks such as the Union Buildings. The city has much to see and do – Pretoria Zoo, the National Botanical Gardens, the Voortrekker Monument, Transvaal Museum and lovely parks dotted throughout all make for great outings after checking in to your chosen Pretoria accommodation.

The city is linked to its neighbour Johannesburg by the high speed rail system that is Gautrain. Visitors keen to explore the rest of Gauteng can hop on at one of the many stations in the city and travel through to Joburg for a very rewarding sight-seeing experience. Business commuters frequently travel back and forth this way too, without having to navigate traffic and rush hours.

Tsogo Sun provides you with the finest Pretoria hotels – ensuring a rewarding stay in Gauteng’s City of Jacarandas.

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