54 On Bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

The 54 On Bath hotel in Johannesburg, which recently turned one, was where I was happily invited to stay when visiting Johannesburg, South Africa just a few months ago. The hotel was fresh and new but not an overwhelming new feeling which was nice. The staff was helpful and welcoming from opening our car doors each time we arrived to giving us welcome drinks each time we entered the lobby. I also quite enjoyed the turn down service each evening that always left a tasty dessert in my room for my return.

Comfy bed in a suite at 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa A comfy bed in a suite at the 54 On Bath Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Sitting area in a suite - 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

The room was spacious and had a sitting area and work desk along with being neatly decorated.

Tasty treats in a suite at 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

Treats in the room for you to snack on.

Orchids in a suite at 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

Orchids in the bathroom and bedroom gave a nice pop of color to the space.

Soap products in a suite at 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

The bath products were nice and it was nice to see that they were in refillable bottles creating less waste to the environment with packaging.

Bath in a suite at 54 on bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

A nice tub to soak in after a day of touring the city.

Gourmet Yogurt at 54 On Bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

At breakfast they served the best yogurt of my life,

Breakfast at 54 On Bath Hotel Johannesburg, South Africa

along with lots of tasty, colorful fruit.

Veuve Clicquot Champagne bar at 54 On Bath Hotel Johannesburg, South AfricaThey also featured a fancy Veuve Clicquot Champagne bar.

The hotel was located in a great location attached to the Mall of Rosebank and close to many great restaurants. I definitely recommend staying at the 54 On Bath Hotel to anyone visiting Johannesburg, South Africa.

My trip to South Africa was sponsored by Tourism South Africa however as always all opinions and views expressed are my own.