About Execu Lodge
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About Execu Lodge
Execu Lodge is a custom-built guest house, nestling in beautifully kept gardens with ample parking in the quiet suburb of Halfway Gardens in Midrand. It has a striking homely warmth and welcoming atmosphere from the reception and dining areas through to the pool and braai area, where guests can relax and prepare for the day ahead.
Each of the eight guest suites features its own entrance from a communal atrium and is tastefully decorated with period furniture, complemented by unusual wall decorations and Persian rugs. A fully furnished, self-catering unit is also available. The unit sleeps two to three people and is completely self-sufficient. It is ideal for longer term stays and offers complete privacy.
The property is secured with electric fencing and camera surveillance, linked to an armed response service, to ensure total peace of mind during your stay. Your hosts have also provided generator-backed power supply, wireless Internet access and cable television amongst the many extras you can expect.
Execu Lodge is situated close to most of the business parks in Midrand, Unisa SBL, Gallagher Estate and numerous upmarket shopping centres with a variety of restaurants where you can entertain or be entertained. Other attractions in the area include Fourways Mall, Montecasino, Kyalami Racetrack, the Lipizzaner horses, Lori Bird and Animal Park and Gecko, where semi-precious stones are processed. Execu Lodge is also a mere 20 minutes’ drive away from Sandton City and Nelson Mandela Square.
Centrally situated and easy to find, Execu Lodge is close to Grand Central Airport and within easy driving distance to OR Thambo International Airport. Transfers can be arranged on your behalf. These are just some of the reasons why the discerning executive traveller has chosen Execu Lodge since 1996.
- Airport Shuttle
- Laundry Facilities*
- Swimming Pool
- 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling