The African sun bakes down on this land, it scorches the earth, is brings fruit after the rain, and it promises riches buried deep within its soil, and here at the Gaborone Sun Hotel and Casino, it is no different as this is an oasis in the parched land where fruit is plentiful and the promise of wealth lies within each person’s hands.
This casino is the biggest casino in Botswana and here you will find slot and table games that would satisfy even the most discerning player.
The 10 tables here offer you table games such as roulette (minimum P5 pula) and Blackjack (minimum P20 Pula) and these tables are open from 13h00 daily until close.
Slots there are plenty to choose from. Her denominations start from 2t (Thebe) and go up to P5 (Pula). Here you will find the slot games that you are used to and enjoy plus video poker games such as Jokers Wild Poker, Double Nutty, Break the Bank, Hunters Gold, and Triple Crowns. Here your minimum bet will be 10t (thebe) and maximum bet P5 (Pula). This section of the casino is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Salon Privé is also offered here for the gamer who prefers more exclusivity and higher stake and both smoking and non-smoking areas are available in all sections of this casino. Progressive jackpots are linked and can be found in all casino areas. Credit cards and travellers Cheques are accepted here, but no personal cheque and definitely no credit will ever be given.
There is a kiddies playground that is manned by the Kamp Kwena Team during holidays and weekends. There are special programmes for children and babysitting facilities available.
The Gaborone Sun offers 196 room of which 1 is a palatial Presidential Suite, 3 are luxusry suites, 38 luxury rooms and 154 executive rooms. All rooms are decorated depicting the opulence of Africa and each room has its own private bathroom. Rates are per person per night and include breakfast.
Business people often use the restaurants to conduct business meetings while enjoying a meal at the Mahogny’s Restaurant, The Savuti Grill or in the Conservatory and Pool Terrace. The Slots Cocktail Lounge, Pool Bar, Casino bar and Casino Walkup Bar are also used, but if there are bigger numbers to entertain then the well equipped conference centre can be used.
From the airport, take the R24. Continue with the interchange where it joins the N3 – Follow the Pretoria signs. Keep straight on this highway – DO NOT turn right onto the N1 to Pretoria. From the N1 South Roodepoort “Concrete Highway” or Western Bypass heading South, take the M8 off-ramp signposted “14th Avenue” and then follow M47/N14 signs.
At Tarlton, where the N14 intersects with the R24 at a 4-way stop, turn right taking the R24 signposted “Rustenburg,” which goes to Magaliesburg. On the way out of Magaliesburg, fork left and take the R509 signposted “Derby/Koster” and follow the R509 all the way to Swartruggens. (Please note that it is necessary to turn right in Koster: the signpost “R509 Swartruggens” is on the right hand side of the road in the middle of Koster). At the T-junction just before Swartruggens, turn left onto the N4 signposted “Swartruggens” and then “Zeerust”. In Zeerust, turn right at the third stop street into President street, following the signpost “R47 Gaborone/Madikwe Game Reserve”. (The First National Bank is on the corner where the signpost is). Follow the R49 (this used to be the R505 north towards Gaborone)
Private Bag 0016
Telephone: +267 361 6000
Facsimile: +267 390 2555
GPS Co-ordinates: E 25° 55′ 45.12″ S 24° 39′ 8.64″