This unique hotel and conference centre is situated on the banks of the Vaal River. Located a few kilometres away from Vanderbijlpark, the resort is only 40 minutes drive from Johannesburg. Escape to this newly refurbishment hotel and enjoy the tranquil and relaxing environment.
Vaal River (Vanderbijlpark) accommodation offers some quality R&R
Less than an hour's drive from Johannesburg, the Vaal equates to scenic views and fun times. Boating, water-skiing, fishing and/or simply chilling around a braai or picnic are the sort of things that go hand in hand with a trip to the river or any number of places on either side of it. Among the many attractions is the Vaal Meander involving local artists and crafters and the Vaal Meander Wine Meander between Meyerton and Vanderbijlpark in July and August every year a one-of-a-kind wine route if ever there was one!
Vanderbijlpark is the home of the country's biggest iron and steel works. Moreover, the Vaal Triangle formed by Vanderbijlpark, Vereeniging and Sasolburg is one of South Africa's most important industrial regions. But naturally it's the Vaal River accommodation and recreational facilities that are most appealing to visitors, with one establishment a particularly attractive stand-out when it comes to Vaal River hotels.
The Riverside Sun is literally on the river banks and just a few kilometres away from Vanderbijlpark, great for both business and leisure travellers. Landscaped gardens slope down to the water's edge and the pool deck is a definite winner for outdoor dining and as a wedding venue. There are sporting facilities, the sundowner cruises on the Vaal are a must and the Riverview Restaurant must surely be among the best in the area.