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  • Hotels

    The Grace in Rosebank

    Please note: This hotel is now called "54 on Bath"Located in the stunning tree-lined suburb of Rosebank at 54 Bath Avenue, The Grace hotel is perfect for guests who are looking for a sophisticated, luxurious and charming place to stay whilst in the city of Johannesburg. Its choice location not only makes it easy for guests to access prominent businesses and cultural attractions, but also ...

  • Hotels

    Hyatt Regency Johannesburg

    Located in the charming Johannesburg suburb of Rosebank with its tree-lined avenues, the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg offers five-star luxury and comfort, coupled with the convenience of being in close proximity to the high powered business districts of South Africa's biggest and busiest city. As part of the Hyatt group of hotels and resorts, the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg upholds the ...

  • Hotels

    Crowne Plaza – The Rosebank

    As part of the prestigious Crowne Plaza Hotel group, The Rosebank is the epitome of style, with a host of innovative features elevating it above the ordinary. Located in Johannesburg's charming suburb of Rosebank, the hotel is perfectly located for business travelers while at the same time offering plenty of leisure options, proving that you can indeed combine business with pleasure. The ...

  • Johannesburg Art Galleries

    Cherie De Villiers Fine Art Gallery

    The Cherie de Villiers Fine Art Gallery are dealers in sculptures and paintings by South African artists. Cherie de Villiers Art Gallery was established in 1993, in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Their online facility allows clients to view limited selections of art that are available, from the comfort of their own home. The website not only shows you the art, but provides information ...

  • Johannesburg Art Galleries

    Everard Read Art Gallery

    In 1913, in Johannesburg, one of South Africa’s most famous art galleries was established. The Everard Read Gallery has grown in sophistication and size, just as Johannesburg grew into South Africa’s capital of finance and business.