Kimberley Club

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 538
PRICE (unit):
from R 3,810 - 3,810
The Kimberley Club, famous since 1881, is a Historical 4 star Boutique Hotel in the Kimberley CBD area.The Kimberley Club has a tradition all its own with stories not confined to its buildings - stories of its members and of unique associations. It's seen the comings and goings of some of the foremost personalities in the world - has entertained sovereigns, princes & princesses, Governors and high commissioners and has housed legendary figures whose vision and energy have pioneered new territories.Standard Rooms: These rooms offer a choice of twin or queen beds. The en-suite bathrooms are fitted with shower, basin and lavatory. Selected rooms feature baths. Writing desks and stationary are provided. Most Standard Rooms open onto a charming courtyard with caf furniture and others onto a large balcony with comfortable armchairs.The Disabled Room is situated on the ground floor and provides for wheelchairs and shower facilities with custom designed handrails. Luxury Rooms: Our elegantly decorated luxury rooms have an understated old-world charm, complimented by modern luxury for the discerning traveler. These rooms, larger in size than the standard rooms, have more spacious lounge areas and en suite bathrooms with slipper baths and marble vanities. Executive Suites: For guests requiring more spacious accommodation, our uniquely decorated luxury suites offer a sense of tranquillity, space and comfort. These grand and distinctively styled suites offer separate lounge areas which are luxuriously decorated with dining rooms and plush sofas and armchairs. All suites feature newly renovated bathrooms with slipper baths. Selected suites have fireplaces.
05 Jan 2020
By Jacques Sergent
"Trs bon sjour dans une trs grande chambre dans un btiment plein d histoire, avec un personnel tres sympathique"
"What a great place!"
03 Oct 2018
By Jo Sievers
"Fantastic, great food and excellent service - Thank You Charles and team. Will certainly stay again."
"The historic atmosphere of the place in general and the excellent menus."
25 May 2017
By andrew Robinson
"The service was efficient and the room was comfortable."
"Peaceful Oasis"
23 Apr 2015
By Chris, Australia
"Other then the Big Hole, staying in the club for a night was the highlight of our trip to Kimberley. Certainly got a sense of the history concerning building. The rooms were excellent, likewise the staff while the dinner and breakfast was also appreciated given the lack of alternatives in town. Bearing in mind what transpired at UCT, you can also see a bust of Cecil Rhodes if need be."
30 Jan 2015
By william, South Africa
"We stayed in a luxury room which was far from luxury the carpets, curtains sofa's and soft furnishings where all badly stained,hairdryer not working,stained sheets which when replaced didn't fit the bed,torn pillowcases,along with the overall appearance of the room was well below the standard of a supposedly ''boutique hotel''.The only redeeming factors where the public rooms,the staff and the history of the place.Very disappointing stay and not worth the prices charged."
"Great ambience and room"
10 Jan 2015
By Liz, South Africa
"The Olde Worlde charm is a strong attraction, as are the wonderful courtyard rooms, which are spacious, comfortable and very well provided for in the way of facilities. The staff are also extremely pleasant and helpful. The downside was a breakfast that had sat for hours - can't a hotel of this standard cook things like eggs freshly?"
"Wonderful stay"
13 Oct 2014
By Mark, South Africa
"The history, the rooms, the ambiance and the service. Don't stay anywhere else in Kimberley. We were a party of 6 we spent hours looking at the painting's, etc. The bar is a great place to have drinks."
"Interesting historical venue"
04 Feb 2014
By Martyn, South Africa
"Nice stop in the rather grim town of Kimberley. Good food, polite service, clean rooms."
27 Jan 2014
By Johannes, South Africa
"The place is oozing history. Quite memorable to have a G&T in the same bar where Cecil John Rhodes planned the colonial expansion up to the North. From now on my favourite stayover place in Kimberley, so much more character in comparison to a "normal" hotel. Good food, good service, great ambience."
"Historic and beautifully kept"
13 Jan 2014
By Ellen, South Africa
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Kimberley Club. It is so rich with history and we were really impressed with all the artwork that was so well preserved. The staff was very friendly and we enjoyed the food at the restaurant. Remember to order the Starter Platter... oxtail spring rolls!"