Set in the stylish tree-lined suburb of Rosebank, 54 on Bath Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa is a sophisticated home away from home. Inside its imposing 10-story brick façade, Jazz Age glamour intersects with impeccable boutique-styled service to nurture easy, modern living at its luxurious best.
With just 75 rooms, 54 on Bath Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa infuses its boutique accommodations with an unmistakable Art Deco glamour. Subtle, muted interiors of black, white, grey, and mint are offset by the sounds of jazz and blues from the lobby’s white mini grand and pops of color from the specially commissioned artwork by local creative celebrities like William Kentridge, Gerhard Batha, and Ryan Hitchcock. All of the rooms at 54 on Bath reside between the 5th and 10th floors and are elegantly styled to optimize the views over the garden or green city skyline. Blackout curtains, feather top beds, Illy espresso machines, complimentary wireless Internet, and the hotel’s signature calming color palette all lend to the welcoming air of fine living. Three luxury suites occupy the corners of the uppermost floor, offering their exclusive guests spacious lounge and dining areas and balconies looking over the Jo’burg cityscape.
The excellence that comes from the clean and straightforward concept of 54 on Bath extends to every detail of this stylish luxury hotel in Johannesburg, all the way down to the cuisine. Within the popular Level 4 Restaurant, Executive Chef Phil de Villiers lets the ingredients speak for themselves, utilizing the bold flavors of the country’s produce and the hotel’s elevated silver plate service to create a dining experience nothing short of mesmerizing. The restaurant, alongside the super chic Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar and the hotel’s legendary High Tea in the lobby, attracts quite the stylish, international crowd.
Surrounding 54 on Bath are the private homes, offices, and shops of idyllic Rosebank, and an enclosed sky bridge connects the hotel to the Rosebank Mall right next door, providing the avid curio shopper a distinct advantage. From Nelson Mandela Square and the Montecasino Gaming Complex, to the Apartheid Museum and Gautrain rapid rail system, guests of 54 on Bath will find all of the attractions of Sandton at their fingertips. Meanwhile, the hotel’s 4th floor garden terrace and sparkling pool deck offers refuge to those who prefer to simply bask in the African sun with an alfresco cocktail.Request Information