x The average starting price for a place to stay in Johannesburg is £47 per night.
danny.spil Had a great time mixing with the locals around the campfire each night and wandering around the sights of Soweto.
No 14 Umgwezi road, Ext 1 EmmarentiaExcellent 91%
lendulka The best backpackers in Johannesburg. Have stayed there for few weeks and had a great time. Can just recommend it !
302 Fox Street Maboneng PrecinctExcellent 90%
22 Riboville Road Randjesfontein, MidrandExcellent 90%
24 Vrey Street Beyerspark BoksburgExcellent 90%
21 Granite Road FourwaysExcellent 90%
31 North Rand Road BeyersparkExcellent 90%
288 Trichardt Road Parkdene, BoksburgAwesome 85%
st.olaff We have had in the Mbizi Backpacker Lodge a very colorfull stay. We can recommend this for the first and last night after the fly, near by Airport Johannesburg and for visits in Johannesburg.
219 Jan Smuts Avenue RosebankGreat 84%
dannywalde It was in a good location, but rooms were over priced for what you got. I know it's world cup and it's cash in time but the beds had planks to cover up broken springs! Little or no hot water and dribbly showers. The staff were friendly and very helpful though. However, just seems to be another case of white south african profiteering that everyone who has travelled for the world cup will be well familiar with
15 Doris Street, KensingtonGreat 82%
Vera1 Ghandi Backpackers Lodge is a phantastic lodge with Heinz as manager. We feel secure and has lovely rooms with balcony. I recomend vera castelbranco
the.g.bn2 This is a brilliant hostel. I'm not sure that it could be improved. The manager and staff were very helpful and friendly. The location is a perfect way to ease youeself into South Africa.
85 Gladiator Street Rhodesfield, Kempton Park 1619Great 81%
36 Doris St Kensington, GautengGreat 81%
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