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Intercontinental Johannesburg O.R Tambo Airport
Why we like it
- Conveniently located within a 75 metre walk of the main terminal building
- A 24-hour gym with the latest Techno Gym equipment
- Indoor heated pool and Spa facilities
- Quills restaurant and bar offer fine cuisine and 24 hour room service
- All rooms and suites have modern facilities and spacious bathrooms
- Complimentary WIFI for up to four smart devices
- The perfect overnight in Johannesburg if you are connecting on an early morning flight
Convenient with location, facilities and dining options for a luxurious overnight stay at Johannesburg airport this hotel has all the answers.
Joanne Swinton was excellent and dealt with our numerous changes with courtesy and timely attention. Some of the places we stayed we might not have found without A&K and we would certainly return to them.
- TA, Somerset
The InterContinental Johannesburg O.R Tambo Airport has drawn its inspiration from the African continent, capturing the culture and spirit of Africa through the use of simple shapes and symbolic artefacts. Accommodation is in 138 luxurious and elegantly-appointed rooms and two suites. All rooms have bathrobes, a hairdryer, mini bar, private bathroom and a separate wardrobe.
Guests can expect traditional African cuisine from the Hotel's Quills restaurant. Relaxation facilities include a massage room, steam baths and an indoor, heated swimming pool, which has a panoramic view across Johannesburg O.R Tambo Airport. This hotel has won the award for the world's best airport hotel in 2012.
Best time to be there
October to May is the best time to visit the Cape. Game viewing is better during the drier months of April to September. The wildflower season is generally from mid August to mid September. The whale watching season runs from June to November.
11 hours 30 minutes/10 hours 30 minutes non-stop
GMT +2 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever certificate if arriving or in transit for more than 12 hours from an endemic area.
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