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The Kimberley Club offers 21 en-suite bedrooms tastefully decorated with the ambiance of a bygone era. Facilities include all the "modcons" one would expect of a four star boutique hotel. The Club boasts a member's bar, lounge and dominoes room, an a-la-carte restaurant,ladies...
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Not in a great part of the city so don't stroll about,but do stroll about the club, and relive the magic of the past , when fortunes were made , deals struck and gold and diamonds put on the world map . Experience the charm...More
You can't help but imagine what it was like in the early 1900s as the pictures on the world depict a bygone era of masters and lords. Rooms are spacious, meals are good and the waiters try hard to please. On both nights I dined...More
We stayed at the Kimberley Club as a friend recommended it. A really good tourist spot in the Free State / North West area, where on a road trip we battled to find charming tourist spots.
If you like old fashioned good manners and want...More
My husband and I really enjoyed our one night stay at this wonderful hotel which is full of history and charm. The staff were friendly and very helpful and the food at the restaurant was amazing! The room we stayed in was enormous with comfortable...More
In Cecil John Rhodes' day, the Kimberley Club was a bastion of Colonial and male privilege. It is still very much a 'members' club' but it is also a comforrtable boutique hotel. The club bar and dining room still have the ghosts of millionaire diamond...More
Response from Engela001 | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest emailing the hotel - I have stayed in a few rooms but don't recall room 7 specifically. It is on the second floor, I think it might be a standard room. If it faces the road, there will be a door that opens to... More
I would suggest emailing the hotel - I have stayed in a few rooms but don't recall room 7 specifically. It is on the second floor, I think it might be a standard room. If it faces the road, there will be a door that opens to a patio. In the one room I stayed in there were patio doors, but no window (if you want an open window at night but frankly it was so hot I needed aircon on all the time). I have not stayed in the rooms across the passage, in other words not facing the road, so not sure about the window/door situation. The hotel is very helpful with questions and answer emails quickly.