de Stijl Gariep Hotel
Gariep Dam, Transgariep - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:Surrounded by the stark beauty of the Karoo, the Gariep Dam offers rest and respite to weary travellers crossing the country. The newly renovated De Stijl Gariep Hotel, overlooking the dam with all encompassing views opens its doors to those seeking a night of comfort and luxury on their journey.
On the N1, halfway between Cape Town and Gauteng and only 200km from Bloemfontein we are ideally placed to make your journey less stressful. Stop over with us or ask us about your next conference or function, we would love to welcome you to De Stijl Gariep Hotel. Spiritual harmony in central South Africa.
Formerly the Gariep Hotel, De Stijl Gariep Hotel now offers 43 chic, contemporary, extremely comfortable rooms and welcoming overnight accommodation. The atmosphere creates spiritual harmony for visitors and is ideal for lazy long weekends, breakaways, conferences, functions and weddings.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at de Stijl Gariep Hotel, Gariep Dam, Transgariep
- American Express
- Animal Friendly
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Diners Club
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for de Stijl Gariep Hotel, Gariep Dam, Transgariep
- Tourism Grading Council
Things to do near Gariep Dam, Transgariep
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Map of de Stijl Gariep Hotel in Gariep Dam, Transgariep+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 25° 29' 34.8" E / 30° 35' 35.8" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to de Stijl Gariep Hotel in Gariep Dam, Transgariep
|Departing: Bloemfontein Airport|
|Address: D F Malherbe Avenue, Bloemfontein 9323, South Africa|
|Distance: 195 km / Duration: 1 hour 57 mins|
Go through 1 roundabout
|2.||Turn right to merge onto N8 toward Bloemfontein||7.2 km|
|3.||Turn left onto Nelson Mandela Rd||1.2 km|
|4.||Turn left onto Markgraaff St||0.6 km|
|5.||Continue onto President Boshof St||0.7 km|
|6.||Continue onto Kolbe Ave||1.0 km|
|7.||Continue onto Curie Ave||1.8 km|
|8.||Continue onto Jagersfontein Rd||2.7 km|
|9.||Turn left to merge onto N1 toward Colesberg||154 km|
|10.||Turn left to stay on N1||18.1 km|
|11.||Take the exit toward R701||0.9 km|
|12.||Turn left onto R701||4.0 km|
|13.||Turn left toward Tinktinkie St||0.3 km|
|14.||Take the 1st right onto Tinktinkie St
Destination will be on the right
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