Hotels in Mpumalanga
Soak in the magnificent scenery of Mpumalanga and experience the raw beauty of Africa. The area is popular for several outdoor activities such as bird watching, hiking, horse riding, and fishing.
Whether you’re looking to break away for a holiday or if you are traveling for work, our hotels in Mpumalanga will accommodate all your needs. Book your stay at ANEW Hotel Highveld or ANEW Hotel Witbank today, and secure your base to explore Emalahleni and it’s surrounding areas.
ANEW Hotel Highveld
Located in Emalahleni (Witbank) in Mpumalanga, ANEW Hotel Highveld is known for having the largest guest bedrooms in the province. Situated near Government departments, casinos, golf courses, large shopping centres, and major business, ANEW Hotel Highveld is the perfect base for business travellers in Emalahleni.
ANEW Hotel Witbank
Situated in Emalahleni (Witbank) in Mpumalanga, ANEW Hotel Witbank is a pleasant surprise for guests in the area. Located near Government departments, major hospitals, golf courses, large shopping centers, and The Ridge Casino, ANEW Hotel Witbank is the perfect base for business travelers in the Emalahleni district of Mpumalanga.
The name Mpumalanga means “east”, or literally “the place where the sun rises” in the Swazi, Xhosa & Zulu languages. Mpumalanga has a rich archaeological heritage. Dotting the landscape are distinctive Bokoni stone-walled sites, built by a precolonial agropastoral society a few hundred years ago.
The diverse flora and fauna of the province enjoy protection in a range of nature and game reserves across the province, including the iconic Blyde River Canyon, which is one of the largest in the world.
What to do in Mpumalanga
Mpumalanga is one of South Africa’s top tourist destinations. From exploring the biggest and best National Park in South Africa, The Kruger National Park to seeing the third largest canyon in the world and the largest green canyon in the world, The Blyde River Canyon, there is no limit to the beauty to experience during your visit to this province.
Mpumalanga: Did you know?
The Crocodile River Mountains are formed by some of the earths oldest rocks (ancient greenstones & metamorphosed granites)