The Palace of the Lost City, Sun City

The Palace of the Lost City was opened in December 1992 as Sun City’s flagship hotel.  Inspired by the myth of a lost African Kingdom, the hotel is located on the highest ground at Sun City, insuring that its grand proportions and graceful towers are visible from across the resort. The hotel is opulent and lavish, with dramatic vistas of the Lost City Golf Course and the magnificent Valley of the Waves.10 km from Pilanesberg Airport.

The entrance hall of the Palace of the Lost City sets the precedent for this sophisticated hotel, with its high, intricately-painted ceilings, mosaic artworks, and golden zebra-hide upholstered furniture. Set within verdant gardens, each room is fitted with luxurious, hand-crafted furniture, befitting royalty.
The Palace of the Lost City attracts a distinguished market, both local and international, with its 5-star deluxe hotel and service. It is an alluring hub for foodies the world over. The elegant Lost City restaurants and bars are among the best at Sun City. There are dress-codes for many of the Palace of the Lost City restaurants, keeping up with the prestige and exclusivity of the opulent, 5-star hotel.

Nestled on the edge of the popular Pilanesberg Game Reserve and amid lush gardens, The Palace of the Lost City’s accommodations are fit for royalty and as such garners many a distinguished guest. The accommodation is made up of three presidential suites, six superior suites, 151 luxury rooms, 76 superior luxury rooms, 35 superior luxury pool-facing rooms, 55 family rooms and three paraplegic rooms. A key point on the Route of the African Sun, this luxurious hotel offers guests the best in fine dining, access to true, exclusive African safaris and a chance to partake in all of the activities and experiences the resort has to offer.

The Palace of the Lost City