Area Attractions

Discover the many wonders of Johannesburg from our Rosebank hotel. As the largest city in South Africa, “Jo’burg” is an extraordinary metropolis. Established as a gold rush town just over 120 years ago, it always has been a city of commerce and opportunity. The city has grown and become the largest and most populous city in South Africa, and the largest city in the world not built on or near a major water source. It is home to Africa’s tallest building, a large Central Business District (CBD) and many smaller urban centres. The Sandton CBD is only 5kms away from our Johannesburg Rosebank hotel.[FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO] [FPO] A description goes here. [FPO]





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Hyatt Regency Johannesburg

191 Oxford Road, Rosebank
Johannesburg, South Africa, 2132



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Arts and Culture

Johannesburg Art Gallery

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Joburg Theatre

The Joburg Theatre in Braamfontein is where you’ll find a variety of popular shows and their annual pantomime crowd-puller.

Parks and Gardens

Kruger National Park

The main reason to visit the Kruger is to see the wildlife. The Big Five (lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and buffalo) are all here, and in total there are well over 100 species of large mammals including zebra, cheetah, giraffe and wildebeest.

Johannesburg Botanic Gardens

Creative landscaping, traditional gardening methods, splashes of summer colour and subdued carpets of leaves in autumn constitute this botanic masterpiece. If you're an ambler, these splendid gardens must surely be first on your list of intended visits.

Johannesburg Zoo

Enjoy a relaxing day with the entire family wandering through the 54 acres of lush gardens. The wide variety of wildlife will enthrall and entertain you. Tours are available to enrich your zoological experience and the highly acclaimed night tours allow you to discover the mysterious world of nocturnal creatures.

Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden

Against the backdrop of the magnificent Witpoortjie Waterfall, this Garden covers almost 300ha of landscape and natural veld areas, consisting of mosaic of grassland and savanna, with dense bush in kloofs and along streams. The variety of habitats accommodates over 600 naturally occurring plant species.


Bruma Market

This extensive market is based near the Eastgate Shopping Mall, offering everything from clothes to crafts. Live entertainment can be enjoyed as you shop. There is also a Kids' World where youngsters are kept entertained whilst you roam around.

Michael Mount Organic Village Market

All products in this Market are handmade and produced organically, making a trip to this market in Joburg’s north a unique experience. Enjoy cakes, pastries, cheeses and crafts. Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 09:00 to 15:00.

Rooftop Market

The Rooftop Market is regarded by many as South Africa’s best flea market, and is well patronized by locals as well as tourists. More than 500 stalls offer quality clothing, beautiful ceramics, art and craft objects, antiques and collectibles. Open only on Sundays.

Neighborgoods Market

This award-winning market features over 100 specialty traders every Saturday, creating a weekly platform for local farmers, fine-food purveyors, organic merchants, bakers and distributors, grocers, mongers, butchers, artisan producers, celebrated local chefs, and micro enterprises.

Top Attractions

The Apartheid Museum

The Apartheid Museum is a fascinating cultural attraction in Johannesburg. Through interesting exhibits and personal stories, discover what life was like under apartheid and get a deeper understanding of the troublesome history of the country.

The Lion Park

Located in Lanseria on the outskirts of Johannesburg, the Lion Park is one of the most famous attractions in Johannesburg. Popular with visiting celebrities, it is a place where you can enjoy getting up close to lions and you may even be able to play with the cubs.

The Cradle of Humankind

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located a short drive from Johannesburg and consists of a large area about 180 square miles in size. It is the place where many of the oldest hominid fossils in the world have been discovered. Visit the Maropeng Visitor Centre to find out all about the history of the amazing discoveries.

Constitution Hill

Constitution Hill is made up of a collection of historic buildings including a fort that later became a prison. It has a long history, but it is most well known for the political activists who were held here during apartheid, including Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.

Guided Tours

SAB World of Beer

SAB World of Beer is a fun-filled showcase of brewing. From ancient Mesopotamia, through Africa and Europe, the tour unveils beer heritage all the way to a honky-tonk pub of Johannesburg, mining camp days and a traditional Soweto shebeen.

The Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary provides a safe-haven for our elephants and offers a platform for guest education and interaction. The focus is on education through interaction, so you will not only learn a lot about elephants, but also get to touch, feel, feed, walk trunk-in-hand and even ride these magnificent animals.