About Big Ben Lodge
Big Ben Lodge is an exclusive small hotel and conference venue where hand sculptured gardens gently frame your surroundings to create picture perfect images, where your magical moments will become your reality. We offer 20 individually styled and tastefully decorated bedrooms which allow you to rest and recuperate in comfort, or prepare for those busy business days while being undisturbed.
A conferencing facility with six modern conference venues will enable you to train, plan, prepare, share, strategize, or celebrate in groups of up to 150 people. Our executive dining or boardroom facility offers an upmarket and private space where deals can be brokered and decisions finalized. Excite and tantalize your taste buds by tailoring your function menu with the help of our professional catering team. Share daily in our mouth-watering cuisine designed to delight with interesting and special touches to warm your heart and fill your stomach.
Your hosts have taken the time to create and prepare a secure haven where business professionals can relax and prepare for the task at hand. Wireless Internet connectivity is available making Big Ben Lodge ideal as a business or training base to operate from. Centrally located it is close to the Savanna Mall, Cycad Mall and the Central Business District with its extensive shopping options. The lodge is also close to the local airport and the Peter Mokaba Stadium which was built for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
Conference Venues: A conferencing facility with six modern conference venues will enable you to train, plan, prepare, share, strategize, or celebrate in groups of up to 150 people.
The dates can only be reserved once the deposit has been received. The balance and all extras are payable on departure. Proof of payment and a signed copy of the second page of the quotation needs to be faxed to us to finalize your booking.
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