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The Syrene Boutique Hotel

Overview
“A diamond in the dust of Johannesburg” Luxury Accommodation We welcome you to The Syrene Boutique Hotel where we offer an extraordinary experience. Our unique, serene aesthetics and attentive staff are combined with business class luxury and all the facilities needed for a comfortable and pleasurable stay. We host eight luxury suites (44m2) and a presidential suite (60m2). Daniella and chef husband, Paul Anthony Finney, will be your hosts throughout your stay and are always available to assist you. Boutique Restaurant Enjoy a peaceful and quiet gourmet breakfast or lunch in the Elm Tree restaurant, or on the patio under The Syrene`s beautiful old elm tree. Conference Venue Our spacious conference room seats up to 24 delegates around our executive boardroom table or up to 50 in cinema style. The conference room is fully equipped with a projector and screen, complimentary (up to 1GB) wireless and Internet access and blackout curtains ensuring total privacy. If you have any special requests we will endeavor to meet your needs. Central Location on Gautrain Bus Route We are ideally situated and easily accessible from O.R. Tambo International airport (via the GauBus 100m from our doorstep to the Gautrain at the Sandton Station), the N1 highway (motorway) and Sandton CBD. We are only a short distance away from Johannesburg’s major business centers; Sandton, Sunninghill, Woodmead, Fourways and Bryanston. We are also central to Johannesburg’s many tourist, cultural and entertainment attractions. Functioning Winery and Venue A highlight is The Syrene Boutique Hotel winery, the first in Johannesburg where you can visit the working cellar or be part of the wine making experience during the wine making season.

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