Cresta Lodge, Gaborone


Cresta Lodge Gaborone, one of the best hotels in Gaborone, is conveniently located 2km from the city centre, 10 km from Mokolodi Game Reserve and just three kilometres off the Tlokwang/ Zeerust border road. Built on five beautiful acres of land, matured and landscaped gardens of provide a perfect setting for guests, whether they are there to conduct business or merely to relax and enjoy. A three-star facility, the hotel houses 156 well-appointed rooms and suites with air-conditioning, flat screen television and Wi-Fi connection. In addition, there is a restaurant, bar, terrace café, swimming pool, secure parking and in-house laundry service. Those who wish to keep fit whilst travelling can enjoy the well- equipped 24-hour gym, while those with a more leisurely attitude will appreciate the 14-channel DStv bouquet.

The Marakanelo Conference Centre provides guests with the choice of two conference rooms: Kopano and Kgotla, both of which are U-shaped with capacity for 120 people. Conveniently, the partition between the two rooms can be removed, allowing for a capacity of up to 300 guests. Three dining venues provide freedom of choice. Chatters is a multi-cuisine restaurant that operates from 6.30 a.m. until 10.30 p.m. It serves a full English breakfast to get the day off to a good start, as well as a choice between buffet or à la carte lunch and dinner menus.

The Lodge’s Sports Bar overlooks lush green gardens and proves a popular choice with the guests who enjoy alfresco dining. Look out for the one-man-band entertainment on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. For something on the lighter side – think delectable cakes, cappuccinos and light meals – visit the Terrace Café on the lobby level.

Cresta Lodge Gaborone is a fully licensed hotel with a 24 hour front desk.

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Cresta Lodge, Gaborone

Tel: 2673975375
Fax: 2673900635
Email: reslodge@cresta.co.bw
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Samora Michele Dr,
Gaborone, Botswana


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Tel: 2673975375
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Email: reslodge@cresta.co.bw

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Samora Michele Dr,
Gaborone, Botswana

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