Palms Inn, Polokwane


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Palms Inn is situated a short drive from the main shopping centre in Polokwane and offers guests an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Guests have a choice of 27 en-suite rooms each comfortably furnished with a double or twin beds and a TV with M-Net. Tea and coffee facilities are provided and the rooms are cooled with ceiling fans and heated with a wall heater during winter. Breakfast as well as buffet dinners are available on request.

Guests can relax around the pool while enjoying a refreshing drink at the cocktail bar. The inn has two conference facilities and caters for all your wedding needs, with or without the assistance of a planner.

For guests looking to explore Polokwane, there are various attractions to be found. The Bakone Malapa Museum is regarded as a living museum and here guests can watch the tribesmen practising long-standing traditions to enlighten visitors about Africa’s people. Game viewing can be done at the Polokwane Game Reserve or the Wolkberg Wilderness Area, or visit the Modjadji Cycad Reserve which is home to some of the oldest and largest cycad species on earth.



We offer affordable, luxury accommodation in a relaxed atmosphere. Air conditioned conference room for up to 100 people. Our rooms are comfortable (TV with MNet & coffee/tea facilities). Lapa/Braai. Meals available. Party Venue for weddings, birthdays, anniversarys, etc. Delicious catering available. Swimming pool.


1 Baby crib, Bed linen, 1 Double bed, 1 Twin/Single bed

Wireless Broadband Internet, Lounge seating, TV, TV (Cable)

Shower, Soap & Shampoo, Toilet, Towel-set, Tub, Tub/Shower, Washbasin

Unheated Outdoor swimming pool

Laundry service optional

Heating/Air Conditioning:
Ceiling fans, Electric heating

BBQ charcoal grill, Deck chairs, Shared Garden


Activities & Attractions:

The Photographic Museum

The municipal game reserve and bird sanctuary which has 250 species of birds.

 A visit to the North Sotho Kraal is a must where you can see tribesmen practising age-old skills.