Out and About

Experience the best of Sandton staying at 58 on Hume. Book your stay with us today!

Welcome to the City

Bars and Restaurants


Pilansberg National Park

Nelson Mandela Square

Red Bus Tour

Cradle of Humankind and Sterkfontien Caves

Apartheid Museum

Art Galleries

Jacarandas at the end of October


Spa Treatments

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Shop Till You Drop

Sandton City Shopping Centre – One of Africa’s most prestigious shopping experiences.

Nelson Mandela Square – Home to the most exclusive restaurants and retail shops in Johannesburg.

Hyde Park Corner Shopping Centre – You’ll enjoy sophisticated shopping. Boasting over 500 of the world’s foremost international brands.

Melrose Arch – Bustling with high-end fashion stores and café culture.

Rosebank Mall – Shopping, entertainment complex, and craft market.

Parkhurst – Beautiful sidewalk cafes with an eclectic mix of design boutiques, art galleries, and antique dealers.

Mall of Africa – South Africa’s largest shopping mall with local and international brands.

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Fantastic Restaurants

Eating Out…. should you wish us to reserve tables at your chosen restaurant we will happily do this. This list is a small selection of what is available. There are 100’s of restaurants to choose from…

Turn n’ Tender Steakhouse, Illovo – Great steak and a friendly atmosphere.

Fishmonger, Illovo – Top seafood restaurant.

Trabella Illovo – Best pizzas in Joburg.

Bellagio’s – Fantastic food and a great choice of dishes.

Bellinis – Relaxed eatery.

Brian Lara Rum Eatery – Caribbean flavours. Great ribs and calamari.

Marble – Great views and food cooked on an open fire.

The Local Grill – Mouth watering lazy aged steaks.

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Heritage Sites

The Apartheid Museum is the story of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity and oppression. (30min drive)

The Hector Pieterson Museum is a heritage site intrinsically linked to the origins of the Soweto Uprisings. (40 min drive)

Mandela House Museum, on historic Vilakazi Street inSoweto. (40min drive)

The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site which includes Maropeng and the Sterkfontein Caves encompasses 200 caves holding some of the world’s most valuable fossils, many dating back three million. (1hr 15 min drive)

The Cullinan Diamond Mine in Tshwane is the site where some of the world’s most renowned diamonds were found, including the Cullinan I and the Cullinan II which are set in the British Crown Jewels. (1hr30min drive)

Constitutional Hill was originally built as a fort under Paul Kruger, but became notorious as a prison during the apartheid era. Some of the famous prisoners who were incarcerated there include Nelson and Winnie Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and Fatima Meer. (30min drive)

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Pilansberg National Park

( 2.5 hours from Johannesburg)

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The Matis Institute in the Firs 3 min drive away. The South African Flagship of Matis International.