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D'Oreale Grande at Emporer's Palace
64 Jones Road, Jet Park 1620 Kempton Park South Africa
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Description D'Oreale Grande at Emporer's Palace
Each of the 196 rooms at this fine 5-star hotel feature superior amenities.Every room in the hotel offers guests Air Conditioning, Hair Dryer, In Room Safe, Mini Bar.Featuring Bar/Pub, Laundry Service/Dry Cleaning, Restaurant, Room Service, Salon, this Johannesburg Airport hotel is sure to make each guest's trip an enjoyable one.After a day of work or exploring, Gym/Fitness Facilities, Spa are some of the ways to unwind.With a full range of popular amenities and a friendly, caring staff, it's no wonder guests keep returning to D' Oreale Grande Hotel.To make your reservation at D' Oreale Grande Hotel Johannesburg Airport, just enter your travel dates on our secure online booking form and submit.
Located on the so-called "Panorama Route" of the Mpumalanga escarpment, the Blyde River Canyon is one of the deepest gorges worldwide and offers panoramic views as well as a variety of fauna and flora, the latter including some rare and endangered species. Access is via the R532 north of Graskop and information centres are available at Swadini and Bourke's Luck Potholes.
A number of hiking trails are available to explore the sandstone ravines and rock formations, whilst local activities include fishing, horseback-riding, 4x4 game drives, abseiling, boat trips on the Blyde Dam and white water rafting. The reserve covers an area of approximately 29,000-hectares which is the natural habitat for various species of buck, birds, zebras, hippo and crocodile.
The Sterkfontein Caves are a World Heritage Site and home to the famous Mrs Ples, a Australopithecus africanus, whose fossilised remains were discovered in the upper levels in 1947. Until now, about 500 human ancestor specimens have been excavated. Findings of about 1.5 to 2 million years old stone tools are considered to be the earliest cultural remains yet found in southern Africa.
The lower levels of the caves which are open to the public contain an underground lake and limestone formations.