The Solomon is located in Kimberley's historic suburbs, 2 km from the city centre. Beautifully furnished self-catering accommodation with quality appointments.
Nestled between the historic suburbs of Beaconsfield, Herlear, Klisserville and Belgravia, halfway between Kimberley's historic "Big Hole" and "Du Toitspan" mines, "The Solomon" is a stone's throw from the boundary stone used by Cecil John Rhodes to mount his horse after a refreshing pint at "The Half", and the McGregor Museum which was his home during the Anglo-Boer War.
"The Solomon" is well situated for visitors to the Convention Centre, Big Hole, Diamondveld Battlefields Route, game farms, art gallery, museums, rock art centre, flamingo colony, casino and golf courses. If you don't feel like cooking, Kimberley offers some great local restaurants; Annabells, Lemon Tree, Marios; as well as famous chain outlets; Ocean Basket, John Dory, Spur, McDonalds, Steers and KFC.