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Elegant Accommodation in Sandton
The Quatermain Faircity Hotel is a stately and sophisticated hotel that exudes old English-style charm. The plush couches, perfectly placed cushions and regal dark wood furnishings fit perfectly with the theme. Located in the suburb of Morningside in Sandton, the Sandton Gautrain station, Sandton Convention Centre, major highways, shopping centres and restaurants are nearby.
Introducing ‘THE QUATERMAIN’
The inspiration behind the name of the hotel was Allan Quatermain, the hero of Rider Haggard’s book, King Solomon’s Mines. Quatermain is a hunter and explorer of English birth, but with a deep love for Africa and its people.
The initial owners of the hotel had strong English connections and were also proud South Africans. They wanted to reflect both cultures in the design and interiors of the building. The architecture of The Quatermain Hotel is reminiscent of a grand English country home, while the indigenous gardens and the use of African prints and ceramics throughout the hotel incorporates an African feel.
Following on from the success of the The Falstaff Hotel which opened its doors in November 1996, and due to growing demand, The Quatermain Hotel opened in November 2000, with further expansion in 2007.
The Quatermain is a place where you can feel at home, where you can relax and enjoy a hearty meal at our contemporary bistro, whilst knowing that as our guest we consider you to be a part of the Faircity Family.
Welcome to Quatermain Faircity Hotel.
Quatermain – Beautifully Vegan Dinner
Join us the first 7 days of every month for a delectable 5 course vegan meal, developed and presented by our resident Chef, Tristan Latouf. Book your seat for this fine dining experience for only R225.00 per person.Read more
Quatermain – Tapas Treats
End your busy day off with some tasty tapas treats, freshly prepared by our Executive Chef Tristan Latouf. With a constantly evolving menu and prices that range from just R79.00 – R99.00, you’ll keep coming back for more!Read more