The Palace of the Lost City
The Palace of The Lost City is an extraordinary five star hotel located on the highest grounds of Sun City, affording spectacular views of the resort’s spectacular landscape.
The name derives from its incredible natural surroundings, with the Palace surrounded by wonderful jungles, streams and waterfalls. However just six minutes away sits the two championship courses at the Sun City Resort, designed by South African golfing legend, Gary Player.
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To maintain the hotel's exceptional external architecture, across the 338 luxurious, well appointed guest rooms and suites, you will find exquisite individually crafted furniture. The spacious suites offer luxury amenities and en-suite bathrooms to ensure ultimate comfort while the views from the room will simply take your breathe away. The surrounding jungle is something to behold, but the hotel actually sits adjacent to one of South Africa's greatest national parks, Pilanesberg, which boasts an abundance of flora and fauna.
Aside from the two championship courses that are easily accessible, the facilities are still very impressive. Two spas are available for guests, The Royal Salon which offers various treatments and the Gary Player Health Spa which includes a gym, spa, pool and even a steam room. However more impressive is the Valley of Waves, one of the world's most advanced water parks, perfect for those seeking an adrenaline rush.
The Palace of the Lost City boasts five restaurants which allow guests to enjoy fine dining while watching the sunset. The options range from an African-inspired menu at the Plume Restaurant, dinner at The Crystal Court or drinks and pizza at the Tusk Bar and Lounge.
Despite the resort exclusively offering guests so much, the enviable location means that there is so much to enjoy nearby. More golf courses await, as well as a range of further leisure facilities including tennis and squash courts and even a man-made beach.