InterContinental Johannesburg Sandton Towers
Start off your morning with breakfast in our Atrium restaurant. Guests can enjoy sumptuous international cuisine in a five star environment. We have a Breakfast buffet fully prepared and features a wide selection of cold and hot dishes. We also have an hot menu offering egg options fresh from the kitchen. After a sumptuous breakfast have a swim in our pool, a workout in our gym or a relaxing spa treatment.
If you are new to our fabulous City, you must definitely enjoy a cultural experience. With our history and large variety of changing events there is always something happening in Johannesburg. We are located next to the Sandton Convention Centre where a host of enjoyable events are held year round. We encourage you to visit Soweto, because here you can gain some insight on the apartheid years and you get to visit Mandela's former house which is now a museum. The Apartheid Museum is a must and stopping in at Gold Reef City for an educational gold mine tour is a special experience.
Nothing beats having sundowners & snacks at the pool deck. Here you can relax after a busy day and watch the sunset while enjoying an ice cold drink or two. If you feel up to going out you must definitely pay Montecasino a visit. Whether you’re looking for the thrill of gaming, a memorable night at one of our theatres, an evening of side-splitting comedy, thrilling live concerts on our stages, magical events in our outdoor spaces, sports screenings on the big screen, fine dining or fast food, shopping, the latest movie releases or fun and games for the whole family, Montecasino is Gauteng’s No. 1 entertainment destination.
Johannesburg is also known as Joburg and to locals as Joey's or Jozi. It is referred to as the City of Gold and is the largest city in South Africa by population. Johannesburg has the largest economy of any metropolitan region in Sub-Saharan Africa
The South African people are very passionate about sport. The local community is particularly proud of their rugby, soccer and cricket teams and are popular spectator sports.
Johannesburg is the cultural hub in South Africa and has a wide variety of cultural venues, making it a prominent area for many creative and cultural industries. It is home to the National School of Arts and the South African Ballet Theatre as well as the Apartheid Museum and other prominent cultural landmarks
Nelson Mandela Square
Nelson Mandela Square, formerly Sandton Square, was renamed in 2004 after the previous South African president and freedom fighter. It is located across the skywalk from the hotel as well as Sandton City and the Sandton Convention Centre. A must to capture yourself with the bronze statue of Mandela in the Square.