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Luxury Apartment in Sandton!
NEW LISTING- This one bedroom luxury apartment is located in a 5 star hotel on Katherine street in central Sandton. Experience true hotel-living with room service, gym, spa and other amenities. Unwind and relax in the sun by the large rim-flow pool with a cocktail from the bar, or tuck yourself away in the room with Smart TV and binge on Netflix. Enjoy a late buffet breakfast at the restaurant and a day out shopping or a productive day of work with the uncapped Wifi and downstairs meeting rooms.
$79 per night
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1 Bedroom Apartment in the Heart of Sandton!
Stay in an upscale place that’s near everything you want to visit. @Sandton Hotel features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and garden in Johannesburg. The property is around a 12-minute walk from Gautrain Sandton Station, 1.9 km from Sandton City Mall and 10.1 km from Parkview Golf Club. All rooms comes with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a minibar, an electric tea pot, a shower and a desk. Free WiFi is available. At the hotel all rooms are equipped with bed linen and towels.
$42 per night
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Sandton view
Sandton Skye is located in the prime part of Sandton. It is within close proximity to all essential places of interest such as restaurants, shopping centres, malls, bars. The apartment is modern and has been stylishly furnished, it provides one with everything to provide a comfortable stay. There is a king bed with aircon for those hot summer days. There is a gym, restaurant, cafe, laundromat and free parking. No cut off time for checking in and the restaurant provides room service.
$37 per night

Stay near Sandton's top sights

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Montecasino457 locals recommend
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Fourways Mall147 locals recommend
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Melrose Arch167 locals recommend
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Sandton Convention Centre39 locals recommend
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Hyde Park Corner114 locals recommend
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Gallagher Convention Centre17 locals recommend

Sandton apartment rentals

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Executive Apartment in Sandton CBD
$35 per night
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Sandton Apartment in Hydro Park
$47 per night
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Elegant flatlet Nr 1 in leafy Hurlingham Sandton
$28 per night
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Majuba Place Sandton Executive 1 Bedroom
$39 per night
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311 Sandton Skye - Luxurious and convenient
$48 per night
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Sandton | Smart Home | Posh luxurious 1 bedroom
$57 per night
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Prime video
$29 per night
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Madison Palms Sandton Apartment
$33 per night
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215 Sandton Exclusive Apartment w/ Autonomous Grid
$33 per night
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Antibes 18 West Road South Sandton
$31 per night
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Beautiful 5* studio right in the heart of Sandton
$38 per night
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Majuba Place Sandton Executive Studio
$29 per night

Your guide to Sandton

All About Sandton

A posh suburb of Johannesburg, Sandton is famous for its luxury shopping centers, business towers, and upscale bars and restaurants. Most of the buildings in the area are distinctly modern. Sculptural glass and steel structures sit alongside complexes with more classic silhouettes, such as Nelson Mandela Square. With five premier malls, shopping is by far the most popular activity here, with a focus on high-end designer brands. Business is another draw, as Sandton became the Johannesburg Central Business District in the late 1990s and is now one of the most important tech and financial hubs in South Africa.

If you’re looking for a little green space, explore Sandton Central Park with its indigenous trees, fountains, and sculptured reading garden. Afterward, consider heading off to have a meal at one of the area’s chic restaurants with ultra-cool interior design, extensive wine lists, and local produce.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sandton?

Sandton’s subtropical climate means relatively pleasant weather all year long, with daily highs that are usually warm to hot except for the winter season from June through August. Summers are from December to March, and they bring high humidity and thunderstorms — be sure to pack an umbrella if you’re visiting between November and January. Warm and dry autumn and winter months are ideal for getting outdoors during the day, but temperatures can drop after sunset, so it’s best to pack a few layers.

Festivals are most prevalent in the cooler months. In July, the annual Turbine Art Fair highlights emerging artists. In late October, Sandton Wine Festival hosts tastings, food pairings, and vendors selling special bottles from South African vineyards.


What are the top things to do in Sandton?

Nelson Mandela Square

This world-class shopping and dining center is one of the most-visited attractions in Sandton, appreciated both for its architectural beauty and top-notch amenities. Browse luxury fashion boutiques, European jewelers, perfumeries, and fine gift shops before enjoying a South African steak and visiting the towering statue of the center’s namesake.

Liliesleaf

Liliesleaf was once a safe house for the African National Congress activists. After the end of apartheid, the complex became a history museum that pays homage to the movement from 1956 to 1964. You’ll find several exhibits spread throughout a few different houses and buildings, including a moving MK Memorial highlighting the many people who sacrificed so much for a free South Africa.

Sandton Farmer’s Market

About 15 minutes north of the center of Sandton lies this fun community market where local artisans and vendors sell handmade candles, textiles, juice, art, coffee, jewelry, craft beer, and wine. Food trucks are set up around the market’s perimeter, serving up dishes like crepes and burgers. You can enjoy your meal at one of the many shaded outdoor picnic tables. There’s also live music every week, arts and crafts activities, and a play area for kids.