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cullinan premier hotel

Where history and modern meet

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MORE COMING SOON

Rooms & suites

For Every Occasion

If you want to experience a slice of history, stay in one of our luxurious suites, two of which are named after historical figures – the Sir Thomas Cullinan Suite and the Sir William McHardy suite.

 

Deluxe King Room with Balcony

With balcony, Separate Bath and Shower, DSTV and Air conditioner, Fridge
R1500,00 per room sharing R799 per person Breakfast included

Deluxe King Room

Bath/Shower combination DSTV and Air conditioner
R1400 per room sharing R749 per person Breakfast Included

Deluxe Double Room

Shower only DSTV and Air conditioner
R1200 per room sharing R649 per person Breakfast Included

Deluxe Single Room

Shower only DSTV
R599 per person Breakfast Included

our spa


with in room treatments on request

Everyone needs a good pampering session every now and then (or more often – we won’t judge!) and our highly-rated spa professionals are here to give you the luxurious treatment you’re craving.

Simply choose from our packages, decide whether you’d prefer an in-room treatment and leave the rest to us. All you’ll need to do is relax and enjoy!

During these uncertain times we value your safety and we adhere to all the Covid-19 health regulations. Our staff will keep your well being in mind while serving you.

Bar & Restaurant

Atmosphere and cuisine

Before the war, the hotel (and especially its bar) were enjoyed by the local miners. In the evenings, the hotel bar seemed to be overflowing with mine workers, sometimes joined (to their utter delight) by Sir Thomas Cullinan for sundowners. During that time, the beer was delivered in barrels and rolled down the ramp into the wine cellar. The wine cellar and ramp still exist today. You can now enjoy romantic dinners, vintage-themed celebrations or small functions in this 114-year-old wine cellar for unforgettable memories.

Our carefully crafted menu is set to take your taste buds on a tantalizing journey. Enjoy

History

Before the war, the hotel (and especially its bar) were enjoyed by the local miners. In the evenings, the hotel bar seemed to be overflowing with mine workers, 
sometimes joined (to their utter
delight) by Sir Thomas Cullinan for sundowners. During that time, the
beer was delivered in barrels and
rolled down the ramp into the wine
cellar. The wine cellar and ramp
still exist today. 

You can now enjoy romantic dinners, vintage-themed celebrations or small functions in this 114-year-old wine
cellar for unforgettable 
memories.

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