Golden Gate Guest House

Address: 291 Bryanston Drive, Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2021, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 291 Bryanston Drive, Johannesburg, is near South Western Townships, Carlton Centre, Everard Read Gallery, and Goodman Gallery.
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  • Swimming pool


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Free parking


  • Suites


  • Shuttle bus service
  • Continental Breakfast

TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Gate Guest House Johannesburg

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Johannesburg

Finally in Africa!!!

A travel blog entry by ohheyafrica on May 20, 2014

27 photos

... hotel bar to try out some of the local beers. My favorite beer was 'Black Label' but most other people like the 'Castle Lite'. At 7pm, we had our welcome dinner at the hotel. It was a buffet of a variety of foods. The South African culture has been influenced by many different cultures, so you will find a variety of different kinds of food in most restaurants. The chicken curry was my favorite item on the menu, I am always a huge fan of curries.
After ...

Day 2 Finally Arrived

A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 13, 2014


... me bitters with my ginger ale. The whole dinner only cost $13. Lunch in the hotel had cost us $26 for burgers and fries (for two.) I think my burger which had a yummy orange sauce infused in it was what was bothering my stomach. While we were sitting outside finishing our dinner a thunderstorm was brewing. We were glad to be so close to the hotel. We tried to go to Woolworth’s but they closed at 6pm. We are NOT in NY ...

Up and away

A travel blog entry by margyot on Sep 21, 2013

After Ricc's wise advice on passport roulette, leaving went smoothly. The plane was full and I found that the passenger next to me allowed her bony elbow to poke me all the way to Dubai. Eight hours later we gratefully said goodbye to the airline wondering what an upgrade would cost from Sardine to comfy Ok where is my ...

The Birthplace of Satyagraha

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Mar 15, 2013

3 comments, 25 photos

... But contrary to what many expect, it is not all shantytown. It is a city like any other, with it share of luxurious mansions and manicured lawns, streets occupied by mostly middle class professionals and poorer areas covered with tin shanties and piles of garbage on the streets.

Video : SOWETO-1

M had visited Soweto in 1994 and the striking difference between then and now is the vastly improved infrastructure and roads ...

My Last Day in Africa

A travel blog entry by eddim on Dec 07, 2012

5 comments, 7 photos

... about, the years of race classification, the 150 acts of apartheid, detentions, and the oppression of the nationalist regime. The final section was all about the rise of the black consciousness, the armed struggle and the freeing of Nelson Mandela after 27 years in prison which in term lead to the final negotiations of peace and the end of apartheid.

I’m so glad I went to the museum as I had been bothered about what ...