The Maslow Hotel Gym features the latest cardio equipment so you’ll be able to maintain your normal workout routine.
The outdoor pool is great for doing lengths. The pool is heated during the colder months to 28 degrees.
Africology Spa – Maslow Hotel Spa
The Africology Spa at The Maslow Hotel assists you to re-balance, re-group and function at optimum levels. Africology understands that outcome based treatments are beneficial in a therapeutic, prescriptive offering which is why Africology therapists are regarded as health care consultants as they are able to assess your health needs and treat relevant conditions.
Africology products are inspired by Mother Nature using naturally blended Marula oils and Ghana Shea infused with African potato, Aloe and Rooibos, creating inspiring aromas and products that work wonders. Africology use pure and natural ingredients, free of chemicals and combine these with the wisdom of traditional healers.
Hot and cold therapies are used to enable healing. The hydrotherapy zone includes an iced-walkway, sauna, Jacuzzi and Razul steam room.
Activities in Sandton
Walking around Sandton, it’s easy to feel that one is in the absolute centre of Johannesburg. The suburb buzzes with commercial energy. It’s a multisensory experience peppered with expensive real estate, international brands found in Sandton City, pavement cafes and skyscraper buildings that sit side by side with street vendors selling living art made from beads and wire.
Activities not to be missed include the Theatre on the Square, Shesha Tuk, Liliesleaf Farm, Mushroom Park and Amatuli in Kramerville.
Activities in Johannesburg
The magic of Johannesburg is something only found when you look beneath the surface. The main tourist attractions tend to be located within the inner city and areas like Soweto and Newtown but there is also much to see in the bohemian suburb of Parkhurst and surrounds.
Activities not to be missed include Constitution Hill, Rosebank Craft Market, Cradle of Humankind, Sophiatown Heritage and Cultural Centre, Museum Africa, Circa on Jellicoe, Neighbourgoods Market and Johannesburg Botanical Gardens.