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Johannesburg’s Monarch Hotel Re-opens

Johannesburg’s Monarch Hotel Re-opens


Situated in the upmarket suburb of Rosebank, renowned as a business, shopping and tourist destination, the  Monarch Hotel has re-opened her doors after undergoing refurbishments.  Built in the 1930s and originally used as a post office, the hotel was closed whilst extensive road maintenance was carried out to make way for Guatrain's Rosebank station.

Featuring six Luxury suites, five Royal suites and The Presidential Suite, this boutique hotel is known for their hospitality with a personal touch.  All rooms offer flat screen televisions, under-floor heating, airconditioning, internet access, private bar and tea and coffee making facilities.  The Presidential Suite features its own private entrance, a grand piano and a dining table seating 12 guests!

Johannesburg is known as the City of Gold and is the most buzzing city on the African continent.  You can't help but feel the energy flowing through the streets and a stay at The Monarch Hotel ensures you are right at the heart of the action!

Southern Africa Travel offer a range of luxury hotels in Johannesburg, for further information or to start planning your tailor-made vacation,  contact us today!


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