Streets of Gold Guest House

Gaborone, Botswana

Streets of Gold Guest House

Guesthouse, Double Room with Shared Bathroom

Double Room with Shared Bathroom

gps Plot 57963, Block 10 Block 10, Gaborone, Botswana

Streets of Gold Guest House offers accommodation within 1.2 miles of Sir Seretse Khama International Airport. This guest house offers free shuttle service and a 24-hour front desk. The rooms has air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a kettle, a bath, free toiletries and a desk. Free WiFi is accessible to all guests, while some rooms are fitted with a patio. All units are fitted with a seating area. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the property. Airport Junction Mall is 1.2 miles away from Streets of Gold, while Sebele Shopping Mall is 3 from the property.


The entire Guest House is IMMACULATE...You could EAT OFF THE FLOORS...!!!! It easily located from the Sir Seretse Kharma International Airport in a very affluent community of Garborone. It is near to The Airport Junction Mall and downtown Garborone. The breakfasts are VERY HEARTY, not continental. You can take Public or Private Transportation around Garobone. The owners Akanyang Sylviah Ketlaaeka, she is a Diamond to the community. The Guest House is so close to the Mokolodi Game Reserve that you can take daily African Safaris and see something different everyday....A MUST STAY in GARBORONE, BOTSWANA.

Staffs were friendly and accommodating. Good wifi. New, clean and comfortable. Very good location as it is very close to airport.


Gaborone is the capital city of Botswana. It’s known for the Gaborone Game Reserve, sheltering native animals like wildebeest and impala, plus resident and migratory birds. To the city’s southwest, rhinos and giraffes inhabit the Mokolodi Nature Reserve. Footpaths lead to city views at the summit of Kgale Hill. In the city center, the National Museum and Art Gallery displays art and cultural artifacts. Stalls offering local crafts and curios line the Main Mall, a pedestrianized thoroughfare leading to the sprawling Government Enclave, which houses the National Assembly. Facing the Assembly, the bronze Sir Seretse Khama statue honors Botswana's first president. Indigenous plants are on display at the National Botanical Garden. Local artists exhibit work at the Thapong Visual Arts Centre. Somarelang Tikologo Eco-park features an organic garden and a playground made from recycled materials. Northeast of the city center, Maitisong Theatre showcases traditional music and dance performances, plus other events.