This was intended to be a Boarding House for the late-night Theatre Attendees in 1893. However this Building is now a Four Star Heritage Hotel. (The innuendo being: "It is situated within the Centre of Bloemfontein and this City is known as; 'The City of Roses'".)

It is in close proximity to all business and entertainment facilities. Things to do in the Area include Visiting: the Oliewenhuis Art Gallery, National Women's Memorial Museum, the Botanical Gardens, Anglo Boer War Museum and Battlefields, hiking in the Zoutspruit Game Camp, Jagersfontein Big Hole Open Mine and stargazing at Boyden Observatory. The Hotel is located on the corners of Markgraaff and Charles streets with Gymnasiums and porting facilities only a couple of minutes away. For shopping you can visit Westdene Checkers Centre and the famous Loch Logan Waterfront also offering a host of other entertainment options, including the Nu Metro Theatres to catch the latest movie. Within walking distance you will find the Sand du Plessis Theatre. (The Sand du Plessis Theatre in Bloemfontein is a multi-purpose theatre that continues to host a number of fantastic events and performances). The Civic Theatre as well as the only Appeal Court in the country and many more Historic Buildings and Museums. Renovated in Victorian and Edwardian style and officially reopened on 01 November 2004, this is Bloemfontein's most prestigious Four Star Luxury Hotel offering superior quality executive rooms. There are 21 luxury en suite bedrooms and they comprise of the following : 2 luxury honeymoon suites with a lounge and balcony area overlooking the streets and historic buildings of Bloemfontein; 5 luxury double rooms and 14 luxury twin rooms. All the bedrooms are en suite and offer very comfortable furnishings. The hotel is Four Star TGCSA graded as well as AA Superior in the Small Hotels category. Rates are worked out to suite every need, providing you with four star quality and service that is affordable combined with superb cuisine and Old World Charm.

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