Burgers Park Hotel Advertorial

Situated across from a lovely historic park in Central Pretoria, Burgers Park Hotel will whisk you away into a hospitality paradise as soon as you pull up to the entrance.

Laughing Chefs Advertorial

Lucit restaurant is one of those superb hidden gems in the city! Instead of travelling to your closest mall for “just a meal”, set aside a moment to escape to pure serenity;

DK Gourmet Burger Bar Advertorial

It was dubbed one of the best "new dining hotspots" in town by Eat Out and once you step inside De Kloof, you will quickly understand why. Think trendy meeting vintage wine cellar.

Stone Cradle Advertorial

Finding the perfect wedding or corporate venue can be a tricky process, especially when trying to tick all the important boxes – location, ambiance, quality food.

Bridal Manor Advertorial

There's nothing more amazing at a wedding, than the beautiful bride. And dreaming about the perfect wedding dress is probably one of the most fun elements while planning your wedding!

Villa San Giovanni Hotel Advertorial

If you want a bit of change of scenery, but don't want to drive hours to get out of town, Villa San Giovanni's hotel is perfect. Ideal for a quick night’s sleepover, after you enjoyed a marvellous meal at the top-class Italian restaurant.

Mozambik Advertorial

The Spirit.. The Sound.. The Taste.. The Life.. this is the motto that the Mozambik restaurant lives by. It's not every day that you get to escape from Pretoria without even going outside of Pretoria!

Soulstice Advertorial

Situated next to the Lombardy Estate, you will escape from the city for a moment while driving out to Soulstice Day Spa.  With a simplistic structure, cement enfolded in wood and glass,

o'Galito Advertorial

The o'Galito brand was established in 1989 and ever since it has grown in popularity as a specialist Portuguese restaurant – with its rich, filling and flavoursome dishes.

Hotel 224 Advertorial

"Excuse me, sir, where are the Union Buildings? Close to the 224.. And Loftus Versfeld?  Also close to the 224.. But where is the 224??" The classic radio ad burned the familiar landmark into the hearts of Pretorians.