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Ideal hotel for visiting Kruger Park 2 minutes from gate, sundowner terrace overlooks the
park so a chance of seeing big 5. On our way back one evening we saw Rhino, elephants
and a leopard all within 2km of gate/hotel.
Also an ideal starting point...More
We were very pleased with the generously oversized rooms and overall appearence of the lodge and grounds. The selection at the restaurant buffet was exceptional. As part of the SmarTours group my wife and I enjoyed the river deck area quite relaxing after a day...More
Yesterday was my birthday and my husband decided to book the Protea Hotel Kruger Gate so that we could celebrate it in a tranquil and natural atmosphere. Dinner in the Lapa where the floor is just soil made me realise that we surely need time...More
Stayed at this hotel for three nights as part of a Titan Travel holiday.
The hotel is close to the Kruger Gate entrance and in fact the back of the hotel looks over the fence to the park. There are some good viewing areas in...More
Very nice accommodations just outside of the park offering several services and amenities. The grounds themselves are well taken care of and there will be impala that roam around. The one thing to note is that you take extra time driving in and out of...More
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Response from Francois M, General Manager at Protea Hotel by Marriott Kruger GateResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to provide us with feedback. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your stay.
We hope to see you again next time!
Response from Artieg419 | Reviewed this property |
It is always best to book before hand. Book either through the hotel or a private company. The best tours are early morning and late afternoon. The evening tours will encounter more sleeping creatures and the nocturnal ones... More
It is always best to book before hand. Book either through the hotel or a private company. The best tours are early morning and late afternoon. The evening tours will encounter more sleeping creatures and the nocturnal ones will be difficult to see. The early morning ones show plenty of activity, particularly at the watering holes.