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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
We stayed here for one night only on a return trip from the Cape. Since my last visit (years ago) the main entrance has been changed to opposite the enclosed parking - this is much better and more convenient. We enjoyed a pre-prandial libation in...More
Step back in time that's for sure. Rooms were clean and mix semi/modern perfect for us we love history. The bar was great, I felt like I was drinking with Rhodes himself but the best was the dinner in the restaurant AWESOME! Highly recommended.
The hotel was clean, the bathrooms have just been refurbished and the food at dinner was better than I expected. The bar is really well preserved and it was fun to have a glass of wine in front of the fire and imagine the Randlords...More
We had long wanted to stay at the world famous historical Kimberley Club, where there were more millionaires than anywhere else a hundred years ago. The atmosphere of history is largely retained in the paneled rooms and grand staircase of the main building. Our room...More
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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.
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"Rooms in the main building have an historic atmosphere. Don't go across the road to the annex."