Cresta Mahalapye, Mahalapye


Mahalapye has a history of being a stopover village, and even today, it is a convenient refreshment stop between Gaborone and Palapye or Francistown further north. The keen traveler, however, may find many reasons to stay and explore the area further. Whatever your reason for visiting Mahalapye, whether you are simply stopping over, in town for business, or staying a bit longer to see the sites, Cresta Mahalapye has you covered. One of few Mahalapye hotels, Cresta Mahalapye is situated only 180km from Gaborone.

It started operations in February 2013. “We saw the a huge potential for an upmarket hotel to be built in Mahalapye, as most accommodation facilities are small lodges or bed and breakfast outlets,” says Jonathan Cox, Cresta Hotels’ group operations manager. Since opening, there have been more developments, such as the Water Shed Shopping right next door to the hotel. Cresta Mahalapye is fully licensed, with room service and a 24-hour reception, and has 64 rooms, including two presidential suites, four junior suites, two paraplegic rooms and 56 standard rooms, all fully equipped with the latest technology and facilities.

For holidaymakers, a restaurant and cocktail bar, lush gardens, satellite television, a swimming pool and a children’s playground with splash pool promise good times. For the business person, the hotel offers state-of-the-art conference and banqueting facilities, which can accommodate up to 200 people, as well as several meeting rooms. There are two smaller conference rooms that seat 60.

A business center and free WiFi ensures you can carry on with your business without a hitch. There is an open terrace on the first floor, ideal for private functions such as corporate cocktail parties and outdoor weddings, as well as a fully equipped gym and 24-hour secure parking.

Cresta Mahalapye Hotel is a fully licensed hotel with a 24 hour front desk.

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Cresta Mahalapye, Mahalapye

Tel: +267 471 9000
Fax: +267 471 1440
Email: resmahalapye@cresta.co.bw
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9250 Moko Ward,
Mahalapye, Botswana


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Tel: +267 471 9000
Fax: +267 471 1440
Email: resmahalapye@cresta.co.bw

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9250 Moko Ward,
Mahalapye, Botswana

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