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The Maboneng Precinct is a connected Urban neighbourhood in downtown Johannesburg. Maboneng is fast becoming Jo'burg's most unique and innovative area, offering live / work and entertainment opportunities within a fully integrated urban environment...more
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A mosaic of African cultures in one precinct. Sunday afternoons are the busiest with the greatest vibe! An array of excellent restaurants, sitting outside is a must. Maboneng caters for art lovers, curio buyers and browsers. Locals entertain patrons with African vibes with not so...More
Maboneng is an interesting neighborhood with many art galleries and cool shops. On Sunday mornings, there is a food market at Arts on Main with food stalls offering a wide variety of dishes. We had bbq, a vegetarian platter and a local craft lager. Everything...More
Don't let people scare you away from Maboneng and Joburg CBD. They're perfectly safe if you're walking during the day and keep your wits about you. If you're white you may feel out of place because everyone around you is black. But that experience shouldn't...More
We spent a day walking through the Maboneng Precinct, with its many shops filled with fabulous works of art and artistry. We bought fabulous beaded necklaces and found an excellent book shop! The atmosphere is warm and inviting, the people very friendly! We had an...More
Response from CuriocityHostels | Property representative |
It is one and the same neighborhood :)
We have 24-hour on-street security in the precinct.
You are more than welcome to also enquire with us about our sister hotel, The 12 decades Art Hotel.
Response from elouise36 | Reviewed this property |
No, you can explore the area freely - it is just a district within the city of Johannesburg. Obviously payment required when visiting restaurants etc - but there are some amazing great value street cafes selling the most... More
No, you can explore the area freely - it is just a district within the city of Johannesburg. Obviously payment required when visiting restaurants etc - but there are some amazing great value street cafes selling the most delicious nutella crepes...... !