We spent one night at this place after booking a luxury rondavel.
The location is lovely and the reception area and veranday is lovely. however, there is an expectation that luxury means that. the rondavel was basic but comfortable, it wasn'rt spotless clean as there were bit under chairs that werw dusty.
There was a lovely walk in shower and it was nice to have a tea and coffee making facilities and toiletries.
It was also good to have free WiFi. the satellite channels were good once you got the right remote contol. we were given the wrong one and fiddled for an hour until the maintenabce guy came and told us that it was the wrong remote.
The evening meal was really tasty and good portion.
The breakfast was just okay.
The staff were friendly and helpful.
Would we stay here gain. Probably not. the choice is limited in this area and I think it was expensive as it really wasn't "luXury" as stated.
It would have been nice to have a hairdrier.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Maguga Lodge sits in the heart of the Hhohho Region in Swaziland on the edge of the spectacular Maguga Dam. With stunning accommodation, breathtaking views and warm welcoming staff, Maguga is the perfect place for a time out to experience Swaziland's Highveld Magic!At Maguga Lodge we offer excellent facilities as well as delightful on-site activities. Renowned for the fabulous fishing and breathtaking mountains, the area has much to offer for exploration. The famous and fascinating Ngwenya Glass, Nsangwini Bushman Paintings, Tintsaba Craft and Pigg’s Peak Casino are all within close proximity. Superb 4x4 trails for off road bikes and vehicles. Local providers can supply adrenaline junkies with an assortment of thrills from caving and whitewater rafting to quad biking and horse riding!Our beautiful conference and entertainment facilities (with WIFI of course) are perfect for either business or personal entertaining.Just a short drive from Kruger Park, Mpumalanga and Mozambique, Maguga Lodge is an ideal stop on an itinerary for those wishing to explore the region. ... more less