Arrive at The Michelangelo in the vibrant heart of Sandton, and you couldn’t be blamed for imagining you’d stepped into the classical Renaissance world of 16th century Europe. Splendid architecture and lavish offerings are the order of the day. Grand, opulent and unstinting, The Michelangelo lords it over Sandton’s Nelson Mandela Square, with the allure of Sandton City right on the doorstep, quite literally. Superior shops, appealing restaurants, theatre and nightlife are easily accessible.
We’ve just enjoyed a magnificent two-night stay at The Michelangelo, with the very kind compliments of Legacy Hotels. The hotel and its staff are agleam with charm and helpfulness. Do NOT, we urge, ever visit the hotel without discussing your sightseeing plans with the luminary-concierge, Archie – a professional-of-professionals who really knows his onions and provides outstanding guidance. The attractions of Gauteng are legion; far from being just a city of business, Johannesburg has countless places of interest and cultural attractions to visit.
The Michelangelo is world-class. It’s a 242-suite/room hotel and is undoubtedly among the most exclusive in Johannesburg. Its generous offerings include outstanding accommodation and service, a supreme spa, the excellent in-house Piccolo Mondo restaurant, a super-comfy cocktail and bar lounge, blue-chip executive spaces, round-the-clock room service, and an efficient valet service. Breakfasts are lavish and the daily high tea a suitably indulgent affair. The hotel offers direct access to Nelson Mandela Square.
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