Leriba Hotel

The five-star Leriba Hotel sits in 13 hectares of parkland filled with indigenous trees and interesting flora, with direct access to the banks of the Hennops river. 

One of South Africa’s greenest hotels, the Leriba Hotel is an environmentally conscious business and part of the gardens are used to grow vegetables and herbs used daily in the hotel’s two restaurants. More than 2 300 indigenous species were planted to replace exotics. The hotel is a short drive or an easy 10-minute walk from the Centurion Gautrain station and from there Pretoria, Johannesburg and OR Tambo International Airport are just a short train ride away.

A welcoming view over the hotel pool.

A welcoming view over the hotel pool. (Image: Leriba Hotel)

The hotel has 73 en-suite rooms, each decorated in a contemporary style, a gym, two swimming pools and 20 fully-equipped, air-conditioned conference venues, which, when combined, can host 1 500 delegates. The largest single venue has capacity for 800 delegates, cinema-style.

Dining and leisure options include the atmospheric Hemingway’s Restaurant and Wine Cellar, which is known for its excellent wine selection. There is also Chapters, an a la carte restaurant tucked away in the hotel’s indigenous gardens that boasts a wonderful garden terrace and a Sunday afternoon braai buffet.

The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle service to and from the Centurion Gautrain Station and Centurion Shopping Mall.

The Leriba Hotel is best known for its expanse of indigenous bush and open grass which lend themselves to product launches, team-building activities and similar outdoor events. The hotel is a multiple award-winning sustainable environmental management and fine dining establishment.