fbpx

Cresta President, Gaborone


The Cresta President Hotel was the first hotel of of its type to be built in Gaborone, in 1966. The hotel has been modernised through the years to keep up with the times, and is fully equipped to cover the needs of even the most discerning of business traveller. From the highly functional conferencing facilities, to the 92 beautifully appointed rooms, the standout amidst Gaborone hotels is the ideal setting for a home away from home – its close proximity to the government enclave and corporate business parks, as well as its central location, make it a particularly convenient choice. Moreover, the hotel is also situated close to Gaborone’s many tourist attractions.

The President’s comprehensive conferencing facilities comprise three different venues – Brigadier, Full Brigadier and Boiketlo – which can accommodate varying numbers of guests depending on the way in which the seating is arranged. Conveniently, each room can be easily adapted for social occasions such as weddings, banquets and cocktail parties. The rooms, which include smoking or non-smoking options, offer amenities including satellite television, Wi-Fi, room service and tea/ coffee making facilities.

The Terrace Restaurant can seat up to 140 people and serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, with the option of à la carte for those who would prefer it. The restaurant has earned acclaim for the traditional local dishes that are served on Wednesdays and Fridays. Interestingly, in order to become more environmentally friendly, the hotel recently upgraded its guest and service lifts in order to use less electricity, as well as become faster and more efficient. The President’s security system has also recently been improved to enhance the safety of hotel guests.

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

Download FactSheet

Cresta President, Gaborone - CONTACT


We value your privacy and will not share your information with anyone else except the hotels.
Please complete the below form. * indicates required fields.

Contact

Cresta President, Gaborone

Tel: 2673953631
+26774568004 (24 hour WhatsApp number)
Fax: 2673951840
Email: respresident@cresta.co.bw
Address:

Botswana Road, Main Mall,
Gaborone, Botswana


Cresta President, Gaborone - CONFERENCE CONTACT


We value your privacy and will not share your information with anyone else except the hotels.
Please complete the below form. * indicates required fields.

Fields marked with an * are required
Cresta President, Gaborone

Tel: 2673953631
Fax: 2673951840
Email: respresident@cresta.co.bw

Directions

Botswana Road, Main Mall,
Gaborone, Botswana

Cresta Hotels Specials


Cresta Hotels regularly run a number of exciting specials and promotions at their vast array of hotels in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia. From enticing accommodation specials, to tantalising restaurant specials and events, there is something for everyone.

View Specials
  • Moremi Game Reserve Photoblog...

    December 19, 2018

    Situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta, the Moremi Game Reserve is home to a delightful abundance of wildlife and birdlife, and one of the most diverse ecosystems in Africa. With large numbers of elephant, buffalo, lion, giraffe, buffalo and zebra, this gem of a reserve offers some of the continent’s best game viewing.Read more

    Read More Michael Jansen (3)
  • Cresta Maun Celebrates It̵...

    November 29, 2018

    The decision to open a new Cresta hotel in Maun last year has delighted a great many people. Tourists, for a start, now have an upmarket transit point on their way in and out of the Okavango Delta, with the hotel just 15 minutes from Maun’s international airport.

    Read More
  • Vic Falls Carnival 2018...

    November 20, 2018

    End off the year in style with the 5th edition of the Vic Falls Carnival, taking place from 29 – 31 December 2018. Sponsored by Zambezi Lager this year, the festival attracts holidaymakers from all over the world to experience the very best of Victoria Falls, the adventure capital of Africa.

    Read More