The seven-storey hotel has 148 bedrooms, two boardrooms (that seat 10 and 16 people), a compact fitness centre, swimming pool and a bistro-style lounge and coffee shop open from 12:00-22:00 daily.
The decor is bright and welcoming and the rooms are furnished with comfort in mind. A show-stopping aspect of the hotel is the immense plaster mural above the lounge created by Carl Fouche Maritz that depicts a panorama of the downtown Joburg skyline in glorious shades of gold.
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Cnr Miriam Makeba and Carr Sts, Newtown
The Forum Turbine Hall
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Cnr Miriam Makeba and Gwigwi Mrwebi Sts, Newtown (secure parking at Newtown Junction)
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