About 44 on Livingstone Guest House
Location 44 on Livingston is a newly renovated luxurious guesthouse. This brand new guesthouse is well appointed in the north eastern side of the northern suburbs of Johannesburg. 10 minutes from Sandton, Melrose Arch, Rosebank.15 Minutes from OR Tambo International Airport and JHB Central. 1.2km to Linksfield Hospital. We are minutes away from the N3 and M2 motorways. 44 on Lvingston is surrounded by excellent Golf courses like Royal Johannesburg/Kensington, Glendower, Wanderer’s, Houghton and Modderfontein. If shopping is your passion on our doorstep you will find Sandton, Rosebank, Norwood, Greenstone as well as Rosebank. Ideally situated for your sporting events at KES. St Johns, St Mary’s, Jeppe Boys, St David’s and Sahetti. We are 10 minutes from Coca Cola Park / Ellis Park /Wanderers Cricket Ground. Ideal for our 2010 World Cup supporters. Room Notes - Our stylish and sophisticated accommodation offers six en-suite twin bedrooms, fine dining and the experience of luxurious living. Enjoy your meal served with exquisite silverware and hand made crystal glassware, which makes every guest feel like a VIP. Light Evening Meals available on request pre-booking essential .We want our guests to feel spoilt, which is why everything is centered on this. From luxurious bathrooms, to exclusively designed bedrooms with Twill Cotton Bath Robes, hairdryers, electric under blankets and a full Executive Beverage Service available in each room. Facilities Not only does this Guest House offer comfort and class, you can also enjoy outdoor relaxing in our beautiful lush gardens, go for a splash in our sparkling pool or just spend the day relaxing. The ultimate available to you is a Therapeutic Registered Reflexologist, Aromatherapist, Deep Tissue Sports Masseur who will do the required de-stress treatments in the privacy of your room by appointment.
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