Rivonia Premier Lodge Blog

    • TRENDY HANGOUTS IN AND AROUND RIVONIA

      San Deck, Bar & Restaurant; Jozi Gin Eatery; Tiger's Milk; The Landmark Cocktail Bar; Lima Tapas Bar; Social On Main; Rockets

    • LOOKING FOR GROUP ACCOMMODATION?

      With 50 upmarket rooms Rivonia B&B is well equipped to cater for: Corporate and leisure groups, Trainee & study groups, Tour & safari groups, Family reunions, Wedding groups and School & parent groups

    • WHAT SETS RIVONIA B&B APART FROM…

      Rivonia B&B is..a hidden oasis situated on 2.5 acres of parklike surrounds, located in the heart of Sandton, yet rustic and tranquil and it offers 50 rooms, each leading out onto lush, landscaped gardens.

    • OR TAMBO – NEW AIRPORT BAGGAGE…

      Check out these new baggage rules. Check in with ease. The criteria are: Why the change? If your baggage does not comply, what to do:

    • UBER RIDES – HOW TO KEEP…

      Using Uber is a great way to get around – but there are precautions you should take when using their services.

    • Business and IT Training Schools –…

      12 Business and IT Training Centres near Rivonia B&B Garden Estate Rivonia B&B Garden Estate can accommodate individual students or groups of students. Our rooms are geared for private study and our Conference Facility/Business Centre is ideal for group study. Torque IT 7min (1km) Torque[...]

    • 10 ways to care for employees…

      “Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.’ Richard Branson.

    • Visiting Johannesburg with children?

      Fresh mountain air, hikes, adventure and more - just an hour or two out of the city.

    • Food, glorious Food!

      Mondays thru’ Thursdays – dinner at our place! Rivonia Bed & Breakfast now offers a new ả la Carte menu. You our guests, your friends & your family are in for a treat! (Yes, you may invite your friends & family to join you for breakfast or[...]

    • The Book Club of ONE

      I once knew a doctor who was the only member of his very own, registered book club. I often welcomed the arrival of some trivial ailment as this gave me entrée into his inner sanctuary, where we made short shrift of the diagnosis and the[...]