InterContinental Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport

Address: 68.7 metres from International Arrivals Hall, Kempton Park, Gauteng, 1627, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 68.7 metres from International Arrivals Hall, Kempton Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport Kempton Park

      Reviewed by junket_junkie

      Collect and Compose

      Reviewed Jun 11, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Ft. Lauderdale, FL , United States Flag of United States

      I arrived in Johannesburg after two 9-hour over-night flights and was close to death by exhaustion... So when my mom told me that we were staying at this hotel, right next to the airport, I wasn't too excited. All I wanted to do was sleep and recover from the flights, and I was pleasantly surprised upon arriving at the Intercontinental Hotel. It was very quiet in my room - I barely realized the close proximity to the airport because I did not hear a single plane fly over. The room was delightful and the bedding was soft and cozy. Food wise, it isn't very vegan-friendly. I ordered the only vegan dish on the menu, which was a vegetable stew, and they put cheese on the dish... after I asked if they could please ensure the absence of any dairy. But, the bread was good! So, in all, this hotel was perfect to collect and compose myself.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport Kempton Park

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Kempton Park

      The Miracle of Lazic Surgery

      A travel blog entry by normflach on Sep 22, 2011


      ... three and four, and substitute right for left. The whole operation probably lasted about 30 minutes from my entering the theater to leaving the theater. My friend Kim probably went in just before 8:00 and by 8:30 Karla was driving us home.

      We had our house manager Rose at our place to look after us so Kim and I convalesced together. We had to keep our eyes closed for four hours after the operation. I tried to sleep and I guess I did drift off for a bit, but that was the ...

      Soweto By Bike

      A travel blog entry by matt_werner on Aug 12, 2010

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      ... living conditions that were pretty sad. The tap where everyone got their water from was surrounded by an informal rubbish dump, and there was sewerage running down the hill through the rubbish dump and along the dirt street. The local kids were running around everywhere through it. They weren’t attending the local pre-school around the corner because it cost more than any of the locals there could afford, instead the kids going there were from richer areas. It ...


      A travel blog entry by libber on Jun 10, 2010

      ... 49 checkout lanes. It was crazy. Sadly everything here closes as 6 (no one wants to be out when it is dark) so we didn't truly get to experience it. Eventually we grab some food and headed back to the hotel. I decided to stay in while Mike headed to the bar. He managed to make some friends, find us a ride to the game on Friday, offered a ride on Saturday, and **** off some Aussie fans. When I wondered down to find Mike at 330am to make sure he ...

      PORTRAIT 1: Sibongile, the spark of Soweto

      A travel blog entry by flolafol on Apr 25, 2009

      3 photos

      ... going around using local transport and meeting the local community.
      When I am not working, I make sure my shack looks at its best, I cook very often, do laundry, play very loud music and dance !

      What do you like the most in Soweto?
      The people. We all come from different horizons but there is a spirit of togetherness, we get along and look out for each other.

      I live in a shack but everyone is welcome.

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