The Naledi Sun Hotel and Casino offer welcoming accommodation, fine dining and a myriad of entertainment to their guests.
Situated in the quaint village of Thabu Nchu, a mere 45-minute drive from Bloemfontein, visitors will enjoy the tranquil surrounds of the Naledi Sun Hotel and Casino.
One of the main attractions is, of course, the casino. The casino is suitable for gamblers who prefer slot machines over roulette and poker tables, offering 160 slots on the main floor and in the smoker’s section. A wide spectrum of state-of-the-art games is available to players, including reels, poker and video slot machines. For the sake of convenience, the casino operates on easy-to-use, coinless Smartcard Technology. Bets can be loaded electronically, without the hassle of fumbling for loose change, and winnings are recorded automatically.
Those who are looking for exclusive privileges and discounts can sign up for ‘Most Valued Guest’ Card, which will grant you your own parking bay, and allows you to stack up on points while you play. Depending on the amount of points accumulated, guests can enjoy reductions on food, drink, merchandise, or even rooms at the hotel.
Naledi Sun Hotel and Casino’s conference rooms come fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology; making this venue ideal for business meetings, functions and presentations. Not only can you make use of the quality facilities, but the room is spacious enough to hold a capacity of 60 persons.
In between play enjoy a quality meal at Kika, which is considered one of the most popular restaurants in Thaba Nchu. This African-style eatery offers innovative, local fare to its patrons in a luxurious, elegant setting. Guests can choose from the a la carte menus, or enjoy food by the plateful with hearty buffets.
For overnight guests, the Naledi Sun Hotel and Casino have thirty rooms offering all the amenities necessary to ensure a comfortable stay. These rooms overlook a beautifully landscaped garden and a crystal-clear swimming pool.
Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling distance.