Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff
Johannesburg, South Africa
At a Glance
117 stunning suites and rooms all with either a terrace or balcony to enjoy the views
Spa at Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff offers a wide range of treatments, from massages to facials
The View is known for its avant-garde cuisine, resembling a gallery for culinary art
South Africa's most luxurious city hotel
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Four Seasons Hotel Westcliff Johannesburg reopened in June 2014 following a full refurbishment after the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel group took over the property. The lush gardens stretch down the hillside and the hotel’s facilities include two outdoor heated swimming pools, an all-weather tennis court, the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel and a 24-hour gym with sauna and steam room.
Thanks to its hillside location, the Four Seasons Hotel Westcliff offers stunning panoramic views across the city, as well as the nearby Johannesburg Zoo, while remaining close to the city's highlights. The 117 rooms and suites take full advantage of the surrounding views, with the majority providing a balcony or garden terrace perfect for sitting back and admiring the scenery. Taking influence from modern Africa, each of the rooms has a contemporary décor with plush furnishings and large windows, keeping the space bright and airy.
The hotel offers a choice of restaurants, from The Westcliff Deli for casual all-day light-dining to Flames, the showpiece restaurant, offering spectacular views from its terrace alongside its menu comprised of the freshest local ingredients.
The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg is a haven within the city, offering nine treatment rooms surrounding the infinity lap pool. Enjoy one of the many therapies from the treatment menu before relaxing outside with a light meal or a drink in the Après Spa lounge.
All rooms and suites at The Four Seasons Westcliff have been fully renovated and transformed. The 117 extra-spacious guest rooms and suites of Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg, feature cool, contemporary décor inspired by modern Africa. All of the rooms open onto a garden terrace or balcony, where you can relax and soak up the view.
The Four Seasons Hotel Westcliff accepts children of all ages and are able to offer babysitting, children's menus for the little ones and activities include story telling and face painting. Children aged between 5 and 12 are able to take part in the complimentary Kids For All Seasons program, which is designed to help children take advantage of the hotel’s atmosphere and lush grounds. The supervised program creates memorable and educational experiences in a casual, fun environment. There is also a heated outdoor family pool.
The hotel has a 24-hour multilingual concierge team to assist you and suggest activities to enhance your stay.
The 24 hour gym enjoys spectacular views over the city. The gym is equipped with a whirlpool, sauna, steam room, weights and offers classes. There are also two outdoor heated pools, one lap pool and one which is geared towards families.
There is also a 24 hour business center, with computers available for guests.
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff is the perfect place for an overnight stop or to use as a base to explore the city, from the Apartheid Museum, Soweto tours and shopping in the local luxury malls.
Location & Directions
Johannesburg, South Africa
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff is located in one of Johannesburg’s most pleasant and affluent suburbs, Westcliff.
When to go
Johannesburg has a relatively mild climate, with warm, dry summers and moderate winters. Generally dry heat which makes it relatively comfortable.
The rainy season in Johannesburg begins in October and continues through April, with intermittent mild showers occurring throughout that season. Winters are very dry, generally mild with cold clear evenings and bright, sunny days with mild to warm temperatures. Snow and rain in the winter time are almost unheard of.
Travelers interested in spending time in the area during the local events and festivals which characterize the culture there will probably find that autumn is the season to head to Johannesburg.