Sandton Convention Centre - Johannesburg
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Located in the heart of Sandton's hotel, business and entertainment district, Sandton Convention Centre offers easy access to over 5 000 hotel rooms, is adjacent to the country's top shopping and entertainment complexes and provides 10 600 secure parking bays.
There is over 22 000m² of convention, exhibition and special event space. The Pavilion can seat 4 500 patrons. The Ballroom can seat 2 000 banquet guests and the 13 other meeting rooms can accommodate up to 350 delegates. The two exhibition levels have a combined floor space of 11 000m².
Sandton Convention Centre is South Africa's most technologically advanced convention centre and is purpose built to cater to your every need.
The centre is managed by Southern Sun Hotel Interests and developed by Tsogo Sun, a dynamic partnership between Southern Sun hotels and Tsogo Sun Investments, a leading black empowerment group.
The Sandton Convention Centre is flanked by the InterContinental Sandton Sun and Towers, and the Garden Court Sandton City hotels. These two hotels alone provide 1000 guestrooms on the very doorstep of the Sandton Convention Centre. A further 15 hotels lie within a relaxed and comfortable walking distance, and as many again lie within a 15 km radius, providing a full range of modern hotel facilities and accommodation.
Sandton Central offers its visitors a unique shopping experience. The Sandton Convention Centre is linked by skywalk to Sandton City and adjacent to Nelson Mandela Square, two of the most prestigious and sophisticated shopping complexes in Africa. The spacious malls are ideal for walking, browsing, sitting over coffee, eating or shopping. They offer over 50 restaurants, ranging from the relaxed and casual to the elegantly formal. More than 200 shops are renowned for local and international fashion, specialist diamond and jewellery stores, and an abundance of African art, crafts and curios.