An elegant Sandton spa in the heart of a cosmopolitan
“Our serene Sandton spa offers a deeply relaxing atmosphere. It reflects such a high order you may be considered a contender for the title of the archetypal Renaissance ‘person.”~ Michelangelo Spa
Located in prime Johannesburg, The Michelangelo brings visitors some of Africa’s finest shops, restaurants, cinemas and theatres. Incidentally it is also within easy access to the Gautrain Station (Joburg’s primary rail network connection).
In its elegant setting the Hotel is styled out of the romance that is the Renaissance era. Of course typifying the Hotel’s décor and design is its elegant Spa. Ultimately it features an array of leading treatments from its four treatment suites, two manicure stations and two pedicure stations. In addition pause areas are also available to guests where light meals are prepared by gastronomes and served between treatments.
Accordingly their clientele spans from guests of the hotel, to residents and business people from within the area.
Discernment has always been a way of life at The Michelangelo. All 242 rooms and suites that have been tastefully decorated to reflect the hotel’s Renaissance-style architecture. All suites and rooms feature a private bathroom with separate shower as well as individually controlled air-conditioning. This while the Presidential Suites offer an 18 hour butler service.
And, whether you’re travelling on business or pleasure, The Michelangelo’s Business Centre will put you in touch with the world. In fact unwinding has never been more of a pleasure! No doubt, due to the hotel’s health hydro, executive lifestyle fitness centre, sun-deck, sauna and steam. All of which makes it hardly surprising that The Michelangelo’s a proud member of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’.
The splendour of the Renaissance architecture at the heart of the rapidly growing Sandton CBD will leave a lasting impression.
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