Conference Venue: Misty Hills
Nestled in the foothills of the Swartkop mountains on the threshold of the beautiful Kromdraai Valley in Muldersdrift, Misty Hills is one of the most popular hotel and conference venues in Gauteng.
This charming stone-built hotel, embodies the ethos of Africa. Set in more than 60 acres of lush botanical gardens, Misty Hills is the ideal venue for functions, conferences, exhibitions, product launches, team building, getaways and events.
Misty Hills is the perfect retreat for conference delegates seeking tranquility, comfortable accommodation and friendly, personal service. Whether you plan to hold a business seminar, corporate conference, team building event, company launch, training workshop or executive planning session, make Misty Hills your conference destination of choice!
Facilities to meet your every requirement, Misty Hills offers 23 versatile conference and events venues; the largest being the Pelindaba, which can accommodate up to 800 delegates in cinema-style seating.
The hotel has 24-hour security, full generator back-up and reliable wi-fi coverage
Muldersdrift Estate 69 Drift Boulevard (R114), Muldersdrift, Gauteng, South Africa
Tel No: +27 (11) 950 6000
Special Accommodation Rates have been arranged for delegates. See the accommodation page.
MuldersdriftMuldersdrift, in the Gauteng Province of South Africa, is a picturesque rural area situated 27 km north-west of the CBD between Johannesburg and the Magaliesberg mountain range. It is a popular escape from fast-paced Johannesburg and Pretoria. Situated only half an hour drive away from the noise and stress of city life, Muldersdrift is a countryside oasis forming part of the Crocodile Ramble, a scenic tourist route running alongside the Crocodile River.
Located in the Kromdraai Valley and on the Crocodile River, Muldersdrift forms part of the Crocodile Ramble, a scenic tourist route generally regarded as the most popular of all the craft routes around South Africa. Muldersdrift is the gateway to the West Rand, and forms part of Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.
JohannesburgWhat began as a 19th-century gold-mining settlement a little more than 100 years ago, Johannesburg is today South Africa’s most diverse, exciting and largest city, and the second-largest on the African continent.
Just a short distance from the city centre is the sprawling Soweto Township which was once home to Nobel Peace Prize laureates, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu, and where Mandela’s former residence is now the Mandela House Museum. In and around the city are the Apartheid Museum and Constitution Hill, a former prison complex.
The Johannesburg inner city is undergoing a regeneration featuring the Newtown Cultural Precinct which has completely transformed the Market Theatre and surrounds.
The sprawl of the leafy northern suburbs - there are over six million trees in Johannesburg – inevitably draws the visitor to trendy suburbs like Parktown, Rosebank and Greenside, with their restaurant-lined avenues and the sprawling malls of Sandton.
Though not touted as an outdoor city for the outdoors type, there are a number of nearby parks and nature reserves like Emmarentia Dam and the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden which are worth a visit. The beautiful Magaliesberg is on the city’s doorstep, and you’re extremely well placed for adventures a little further afield, like the Kruger National Park and the game parks of the Lowveld.
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