The unique design features twelve north-facing luxury suites and one bachelor apartment.
A full suite comprises a bedroom with double bed and full en-suite bathroom and a comfortable sitting room w... Read More
If you are touring South Africa and would like to tour Kimberley and visit the birth place of Harry Oppenheimer, the Kimberley big hole and Kimberley mine museum, and many other local historical attra... Read More
The Halfway House Hotel, in Kimberley, is situated on the Belgravia historic route. We offer guests and tourists visiting the "Diamond City" a combination of style and comfort in a relaxed atmosphere.... Read More
The Savoy Hotel & Conference Centre, was established in 1892 and is one of the oldest and most enchanting hotels in Kimberley.
The Savoy is conveniently located in the heart of Kimberley close to ... Read More
Diggies Lodge & Restaurant offers rustic but comfortable accommodation. At the Lodge we used lots of solid wood and thatch roof to blend harmoniously into the Northern Cape vegetation.
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My last visit to Kimberly was 1989. The "Big Hole" viewing has improved no end with the new Diamond Big Hole museum and the old street which is also lit at night giving a very authentic feel to that era of time. I suggest a two day stay will cover the prominent sights including the McGregor museum and the Magersfontein Battle fields.
- Heather Darby
Kimberley is worth visiting. I did not see much of the town because of the nature of my visit. Am hoping to come back again as it is a tourist attraction.
- Busisiwe Sishuba
Kimberley was a blast!
- Aileen Wilks
Kimberley is a city of impressive history. It represents an important aspect of SA history and the recent developments capture this history remarkably.It is a great holiday destination for the discerning traveller who wants a unique holiday experience different from the sea or the mountains.
I have been to Kimberley on three seperate occasions prior to this one, but each time was a different experience for me.
- Kantha Padayachee
Very friendly people.
- Jan Kruger