Amakoekoe Guest Lodge Honeydew
Amakoekoe Guest Lodge and Conference venue is located in Honeydew in the north-western suburbs of Johannesburg. The owners André and Sanet Koekemoer officially opened the guest house in August 2002, naming it "Amakoekoe" as an amusing play on their surname Koekemoer" interpreted as "ama" meaning "the" and "koekoe" as an abbreviation of "Koekemoer".
We have also received a Superior classification by the AA Quality Assured Programme, and we were finalists in the 2004 AA Accommodation Awards. The four star graded guest lodge is surrounded by carefully maintained, vibrant gardens.
In this tranquil paradise, indigenous birdlife is abundant, and the unrivalled hospitality makes every stay an unforgettable experience. Spacious ground and first floor units are available. These luxurious units are serviced daily. Each unit has been individually decorated and unique works of art adorn the walls.
Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the swimming pool. Amakoekoe offer the traveller on an extended stay or business trip a comfortable and relaxed stay.
DSTV - hotel bouquet
Coffee / tea making facilities in all units
Hairdryers in all units
Email and fax services are available
A laundry service is available on request
24 hour security and reception
Amakoekoe offers a convenient airport transfer and shuttle service (not included in the rates). To make your stay more pleasant, the staff at Amakoekoe will happily assist you in planning day tours and evening excursions to the many places of interest in and around Johannesburg.
Pumba - lapa thatched - 100m²
Timone - lapa thatched - 50m²
Rafike - boardroom - 12 people
Full day conference
Half day conference
24 Hour packages
Mouth-watering lunches and dinners, and small functions, can be arranged on request.
Inspiring Art and Craft workshops are presented at Amakoekoe, so book now and prepare to release your inner artist! Koekoe Art was established in August 2007, by Sanet Koekemoer, co-owner of Amakoekoe Guest Lodge. Being a full time musician, playing for the various symphony orchestras in Johannesburg, Gauteng, she uses her free time to create paintings and ceramics, seen throughout the lodge. All the units were decorated by herself.
She recently joined forces with three other artists, and together under the name Archaise Art, they offer unique works of art in various media. The group consists of Rika Herbst (glass and ceramics); Caroline Janse van Rensburg (water colours and ceramics); Toni Heili (ceramics and Africa beading) and Sanet Koekemoer (ceramics, oil paintings combined with ceramics etc.)
Places of interest:
The Cradle of Humankind, Sterkfontein and Wonder Caves, Rhino and Lion Park, Krugersdorp Game Reserve, The Crocodile Ramble Route.
Cresta, Sandton, Westgate, Northgate and Fourways malls.
Cabanga and Benvenuto Conference Centres, Cross Media Centre, Rhema Bible Church, Eagle Canyon Golf Estate, Wilgeheuwel Hospital, The Coca-Cola Dome.