The Magic starts the minute you enter the gates to Airport Gardens which is nestled in one of the most leafy neighborhoods in Boksburg, just 5 minutes from OR Tambo International Airport.
Our amazing garden is just the place to relax, read a book or magazine or do some yoga or just relax and listen to the birds singing their beautiful melodies.
Airport Gardens has 34 Luxury rooms – from Presidential suites to self-catering rooms and can sleep 72 people while all rooms can be converted into twin rooms.
Our four “state of the art” conference and wedding venues can cater for up to 250 people. Not to mention our beautiful Gazebo that will add lots of flair to your function and will do any ceremony justice.
A gem to the core, by night “Airport Gardens” allows for fine, alfresco dining in its restaurant overlooking our gardens or around our sparkling pool with blue light reflecting the ambiance of the surroundings. In the mornings you can indulge in our buffet breakfast with hot and cold dishes – we can cater for all dietary requirements. During the day you can have gourmet light lunches and designer coffees from our bar and restaurant.
Additionally, guests to Airport Gardens can luxuriate in our extensive and immaculately groomed, private terraced patios and garden. With our soft lighting completing their beauty they come alive on summer nights. Relax at the pool and bar area or treat yourself to a day at the spa.
Airport Gardens offer luxurious accommodation with luxury linen and sitting area. We feature all the necessary guest amenities and air-conditioning, fridges, satellite TV, Coffee station, hair dryer and free Wi-Fi in all the rooms and public areas.
We offer 24-hour front desk and room service. Feel free to use our computer work stations and luxurious lounge to relax, our shuttle service, BBQ facilities and an array of activities in and around our property. We can also arrange spa packages, golfing games, tours and sightseeing ventures for your convenience. A trip you must do is the Lion Park and Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg.