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68 Hotels found in Bloemfontein

68 Hotels, Rooms and Apartments in Bloemfontein

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein

202 Nelson Mandela Drive - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,795.46 / night

BON Hotel Bloemfontein Central

BON Hotel Bloemfontein Central

Bloem Plaza, East Burger Street - View on map

- Bloemfontein

BON Hotel Bloemfontein Central is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,046.66 / night

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein Willow Lake

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein Willow Lake

101 Henry Street - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Protea Hotel By Marriott Bloemfontein Willow Lake is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,744.17 / night

Stanville Hotel

Stanville Hotel

85 Zastron Street Bloemfontein - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Stanville Hotel is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦950.14 / night

@Flo-Ben Guest House

@Flo-Ben Guest House

3 Paul Roux Street Dan Pienaar - View on map

- Bloemfontein

@Flo-Ben Guest House is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,313.51 / night

Altissimo Guesthouse

Altissimo Guesthouse

Bloemendal Rd 11/3 - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Altissimo Guesthouse is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,504.27 / night

Dersley Manor
Nightly rates as low as

₦2,406.74 / night

A Cherry Lane Self Catering And B&B

A Cherry Lane Self Catering And B&B

3 Dominee Kok Street, Ferreira - View on map

- Bloemfontein

A Cherry Lane Self Catering And B&B is a pretty decent hotel in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦859.58 / night

African Lodge

African Lodge

237 Paul Kruger Avenue Universitas - View on map

- Bloemfontein

African Lodge is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,257.04 / night

Urban Hotel Bloemfontein

Urban Hotel Bloemfontein

Corner Of Parfitt And Henry Street - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Urban Hotel Bloemfontein is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,780.16 / night

Rusplek Guesthouse, Conference Centre & Spa

Rusplek Guesthouse, Conference Centre & Spa

50 Scholtz Street Universitas - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Rusplek Guesthouse, Conference Centre & Spa is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦708.49 / night

Bains Lodge

Bains Lodge

31 Old Kimberley Road - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Bains Lodge is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦814.32 / night

African Sands Guest House

African Sands Guest House

90 Benade Drive, Fichardtpark - View on map

- Bloemfontein

African Sands Guest House is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦827.00 / night

B&B At Bloem

B&B At Bloem

16 Jacobs Street, Universitas - View on map

- Bloemfontein

B&B At Bloem is a pretty decent hotel in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,107.74 / night

Sangiro Lodge

Sangiro Lodge

Eeufees Road - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Sangiro Lodge is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,432.49 / night

City Lodge Hotel Bloemfontein

City Lodge Hotel Bloemfontein

Cnr Parfitt Ave Nelson Mandela - View on map

- Bloemfontein

City Lodge Hotel Bloemfontein is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦2,037.09 / night

Road Lodge Bloemfontein Airport

Road Lodge Bloemfontein Airport

Airport Road, Bloemfontein Airport - View on map

- Bloemfontein

Road Lodge Bloemfontein Airport is one of the cheapest hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦875.37 / night

African Footprints Lodge

African Footprints Lodge

219 President Paul Kruger Avenue - View on map

- Bloemfontein

African Footprints Lodge is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦1,433.14 / night

President Hotel & Conference Venue

President Hotel & Conference Venue

1 Union Avenue Naval Hill - View on map

- Bloemfontein

President Hotel & Conference Venue is a First class hotel located in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦2,677.70 / night

The Golf Lodge

The Golf Lodge

23 Milner Road Waverley - View on map

- Bloemfontein

The Golf Lodge is one of the standard hotels in Bloemfontein

Nightly rates as low as

₦0 / night

About South Africa

South Africa is officially divided into three capitals namely Pretoria(Executive), Bloemfontein(Judicial) and Cape Town(Legislative). South Africa plays hosts to quite a number a number of tourist attractions and it is highly recommended for tourists to visit during the hot, summer months which falls between November to February. However, for those keen on whale watching, the periods between July to November is recommended for them and the winter months of May to September for big game lovers.


There are about 10 major tribes in South Africa with the Zulu tribe consisting of about 22.7% of the South African population. They are closely followed by the Xhosa tribe. Other major tribes include Sotho, Tswana, Pedi, Venda, Ndebele, Tsonga, Pondo, Swati. Officially there are 11 languages being spoken in South Africa. Each tribe mentioned above has a language peculiar to their group. With the addition of English and Afrikaans, the languages spoken in South Africa are Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English, Northern Sotho, Tswana, Sesotho, Tsonga, Swati, Venda, Ndebele.

South Africa is mainly dominated by Christians with other minority faith such as Islam, Hindu, Buddhism, and Judaism. Popular delicacies such as Biltong, Bobotie, Sosaties, Frikkadel, Bredie, and Mealie are a must for tourists when visiting.

With a good road network and a functional rail system, travellers can enjoy a smooth commute through trains, coaches, taxis and car hire. However, tourist attractions in South Africa are spread all over the country in large distances and could be seen as constraints by travellers who don’t appreciate long road travels. Air travel would ease the burden of a long journey. South Africa has three major airports which are the Cape Town International Airport, Oliver Tambo International Airport, and King Shaka International Airport.


Crime rate, as well as xenophobic rates, are extremely high in South Africa, so tourists are advised to take precautionary measures while avoiding slum neighbourhoods.

South Africans never shy away from having a good time and that is reflected by their plethora of festivals and activities. From the Cape Town Fringe festival to the Port Elizabeth wine show, OppiKoppi Festival, AfrikaBurn, Footprints Festival, WordFest, Apollo Annual Film Festival e.t.c.
South Africans surely know how to have fun.


Asides from festivities, it’s notable tourist attractions are The National Botanical Gardens, The Game, and Nature Reserves, Kruger National Park, Drakensberg Mountains, The Wine Estates and it’s prestigious World Heritage Sites. Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria, Durban, Soweto are the major cities in South Africa and play host to some of the priciest hotels and apartments in the country. Other cities are Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Kimberley, Upington, Polokwane, and Bloemfontein. Some notable facts about South Africa are:

- It is the home to the largest themed resort in the world called The Palace of the Lost City.
- It is the home to two noble prize winners, Nelson Mandela, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu
- It is the second largest producer of fruits in the world.
- It is the only country to have hosted Soccer, Cricket, and Rugby world cup.
- It is the home to the highest commercial bungee jump in the world.
- It encloses two landlocked countries which are Swaziland and Lesotho.

Wth over 8000 hotels in South Africa, there are endless choices for accommodation in the Rainbow Nation.
When Visiting South Africa it is important that you dress appropriately for the weather. If you are visiting during the summer then you would want to wear something light and airy. However, if you happen to be travelling to South Africa in winter (though the winters are usually mild) more layered clothing will be appropriate.