Refurbished 19th Century grandeur (1896) that once hosted King George VI and Queen Elizabeth I, and of course the haunt of one Cecil J Rhodes. Yes, it's in the middle of town and there's not a manicured garden to be seen. But the building is over a 100 years old and although it's been refurbished don't expect modern and trendy. What you get is real history, so real you actually do feel that you are stepping back in time and there's no way you can recreate that with pictures and furnishings. So I'm happy to overlook the odd imperfection for the experience. Enjoyed dinner and I was really impressed with the breakfast menu. Unlike the standard breakfast buffet fare, it's an a la carte menu - more akin to a Mugg&Bean.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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 bar,Bistro Cafe, 3 conferencing venues, a reading room and a billiard room. The ideal venue for functions, weddings and conferences. "Modern comfort with old world charm". ... more less
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