The Lodge offers bush game drives in Kruger National Park and organized game trails for independent travellers and families. For young and old alike, facilities include a unique Tree House sleepout, and a variety of sporting facilities. Leisure and sporting activities at the Protea Hotel Kruger Gate include miniature golf, tennis court, volleyball, table tennis and children's playground, or just relaxing around the refreshing swimming pool. Conference facilities are also available. An ideal place to stay if you're looking to be close to Kruger Park and enjoying the creature comforts of a top 4* hotel. Thes eare really very nice 4* rooms, all are are en-suite and tastefully decorated and feature African artwork on the walls. Rooms have television, mini-bar fridge, personal tea and coffee making facilities and a spacious working area for the conference delegate or business traveller. Rooms also have a small terrace or balcony. A buffet-style breakfast is served in the restaurant, as is lunch and dinner. The Protea Hotels Kruger Gate's new pool deck bar overlooks the Sabie River, perfect for game viewing - guests can sit back and relax and absorb the amazing sounds of nature while sipping on a refreshing cocktail. As the dinner drum sounds, one of the most memorable moments of your visit will be dining under the stars. The lapa offers just this experience, along with true African cuisine including game and bubbling potjies of fragrant delicacies. A huge lobby with a very nice African theme that makes the guest feel immediately welcome. Guests walk past the curio shop on to a wood decking lobby with the reception desk to the right, next to a travel and tours shop. These is seating on the deck for guests and the decking area leads off to the lodge accommodation and restaurant.
25 thatched Rondavels house rooms with Rattan furnishings, Bath, Electric light & Shaver plug, Phone available (charge), 8 Suites. 24-hour Room service, enclosed & open-air Dining rooms. Conference room capacity: 40 persons. Opened 1964, Renovations 1996
The lodge comprises the following: a private lounge and bar, 2 swimming pools, wooden viewing decks, a secluded bird hide, private hammocks, conference room, health spa, curio shop & both an indoor and open-air (Boma) dining area. There are 18 luxurious thatched bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, outdoor & inside shower & wooden viewing deck. The bedroom area is air-conditioned with an overhead fan. All rooms have mini-bar & telephone access. The rooms are linked to all areas by raised wooden walkways. Bush breakfast : Guests are driven to either the river hide or one of the open plains were breakfast is served. A full table is set and the guests are invited to join the animals, which can often be seen from the breakfast venue. Bush dinner: Guests are driven to either the dry riverbed venue, the river hide or under the African sky on an open plain. Lit by paraffin lamps and a big open campfire make one of the most spectacular experiences whilst at Lion Sands. It's modern yet its fabric is distinctly ethnic. The lounge chairs are inviting yet the handsome bar is enticing