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It’s easy to unwind at the recently refurbished Garden Court Polokwane


Set in the heart of Limpopo’s capital, Garden Court Polokwane is located within close proximity to the Polokwane city CBD and close to government offices and the Polokwane Court. Recent updates to the property keep it fresh and comfortable, ensuring that it is the perfect spot from which to explore the beautiful nature on offer in Polokwane and surrounds.


All 180 rooms have been fully refurbished and now boast a fresh, modern look.
Calming whites and greys are offset by deep block colours and simple patterns. Each equipped with an en-suite bathroom, no matter which room you choose, you’re in for a comfortable stay, enhanced by a host of thoughtfully selected amenities such as USB plugs, a writing desk, maxi showers, DStv and free Wi-Fi.


Business guests are well catered for with self-service workstations. The recent renovations to the property included the creation of a new conference facility that caters for up to 120 delegates. This space can also be divided into two smaller venues which are ideal for smaller meetings, workshops and training sessions, offering an array of audiovisual aids and refreshments.


The large swimming pool and revamped terrace beckon in the hotel’s subtropical garden, while the fitness centre allows guests to work up a good sweat on the treadmills. For those with a love of nature, Limpopo is home to a variety of outdoor activities and watersports, including boating and angling on Ebenezer Dam.


Lapologa Bar’s laid-back atmosphere makes it the best spot for sundowners in Polokwane, where you can relax and unwind with friends over drinks from the well-stocked bar. On-site eatery Matsakeng serves delicious buffet breakfasts and pub lunches, and in the evenings, guests can choose between the buffet and à la carte options for a hearty dinner.

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Fashion: Rochelle Malherbe, Sharné Cupido; Photography: Sheldon Moutrie; Hair and make-up: Renate Willems/Red Hot Ops; Models: Anele/Ice, Hussein/Boss
August/September 2016

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