La D Da Lodge
Kimberley, Diamond Fields - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:The name sounds like a lullaby to a restless child or maybe a lazy song, but this Kimberley accommodation is no lazy old tune but an edgy, modern soundtrack to accommodation that is both accessible and contemporary. It is the perfect reason to turn off your IPod while driving along the N12 on your way to Cape Town and take a stop over to refresh and revive yourself for a long distance trip. The musical sounding La D Da is cradled just outside Kimberley on Memorial Road. Since the year 2001 it has been a refreshment stop for many travellers along this route, keeping them focused and hitting high notes when it comes to modern sophistication, service and class.
With 6 family rooms, 69 double rooms and 12 self- catering units, the edgy La D Da changes its tune from stop over to stay over in an instance. The open plan rooms are well ventilated and have high ceilings. With a spacious conference centre that seats over 100 guests, there are many reasons why La D Da is more than a stopover but the ideal Kimberley Lodge.
The spacious and affordable rooms are modestly decorated and fully furnished with TV and fridge. The en-suite bathrooms and showers are newly tiled with tasteful ceramics and calming tones.
La D Delicious!
Breakfast, lunch and dinner is taken seriously by the staff at this accommodation in Kimberley, ensuring that guests arrive to well prepared, fresh and beautifully laid delicacies. Meals are prepared with love and a warm cup of rooibos or a steamy mug of coffee always waits the often tired and fatigued guests. A safe and secure environment surrounds the Kimberley accommodation, giving the guests peace of mind that their vehicles are safe. La D Da Lodge is the sweetest melody and can soothe away any travel blues for the long distance traveller.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at La D Da Lodge, Kimberley, Diamond Fields
- Conference Facilities
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for La D Da Lodge, Kimberley, Diamond Fields
- Tourism Grading Council
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Directions to La D Da Lodge
Map of La D Da Lodge in Kimberley, Diamond Fields+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 24° 44' 38.4" E / 28° 46' 30.7" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to La D Da Lodge in Kimberley, Diamond Fields
|Departing: Kimberley Airport|
|Address: Maroela Street, South Africa|
|Distance: 5.8 km / Duration: 8 mins|
|1.||Head northwest on Maroela St toward Oliver Rd/N8
Partial restricted usage road
|2.||Take the 2nd left onto Oliver Rd/N8||2.2 km|
|3.||Turn left onto Mac Dougall St||1.0 km|
|4.||Turn left onto N12||1.5 km|
Restricted usage road
Destination will be on the right
Kimberley Airport - Kimberley+ OPEN WEBSITE
Kimberley Airport lies in the heart of the Northern Cape province and each year it has 15 500 air-traffic movements and has around 132 000 passengers come through, which mostly are business travellers.
Around six kilometres south of Kimberley lies the airport, its former name was B.J. Vorster Lughawe (Afrikaans for airport) and the Kimberley Airport had its beginnings in 1912.
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