Raise the stakes and take a break with a weekday stay for two sharing, including breakfast at the Emerald Resort and Casino in bustling Johannesburg.
Choose between these options:
- R600 for a one-night weekday stay for two
- R1 200 for a two-night weekday stay for two
Sharing and including breakfast
The Hotel at a Glance
Less than an hour’s drive from OR Tambo International Airport, Emerald Resort and Casino, a division of London Clubs International and Caesar’s Entertainment, offers an array of entertainment for the whole family. The resort offers a wide range of restaurant options including the over 18’s only High Stakes and restaurant and the more family oriented Breeze restaurant.
The Aquadome, an indoor climate controlled waterpark provides guests with entertainment no matter the season, while the 10-lane bowling alley will have young ones yelling “Strike!” late into the night. The resort also offers rock climbing and the Cape to Cairo themed adventure golf course. At the Animal World and Fun Farmyard, children can hold and interact with a variety of farm animals including ducks, chickens, pigs and cows. Animal World boasts an incredible 500 animals representing 88 species of exotic birds, mammals and reptiles.
- Wide range of restaurant options
- The Aquadome, an indoor climate controlled waterpark for entertainment no matter the season
- Animal world with 500 animals representing 88 species
- Fun Farmyard where children can hold and interact with a variety of farm animals
The hotel’s 77 rooms are well-appointed and offer warm, homey décor in browns and oranges, with unique African touches.
- Well-appointed with warm homey décor
- Warm browns and oranges with African touches
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Johannesburg
Johannesburg is the second largest city in Africa, with more than three million people. This bustling metropolis has a wide variety of restaurants, sidewalk cafés, shebeens, shopping malls, parks, museums and monuments, casinos, townships, galleries and nightclubs to keep visitors to the city busy.
Must-do activities include the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill to find out more about South Africa’s turbulent past, sundowners at The Westcliff hotel overlooking the green belt of Johannesburg while listening to the lions roar from the nearby Johannesburg Zoo, shopping at any of the many malls such as Sandton City, Nelson Mandela Square, Rosebank Mall and Soweto’s Maponya Mall, and a visit to one of many health and beauty spas, or a walk in one of the many parks.