Palace of the Lost City

From: $350 ppn sharing

The most grand and opulent of Sun City’s four hotels, the Palace of the Lost City offers truly unique luxury accommodation in the resort complex. The exterior, built to imitate the ruins of an ancient, mythical tribal city, is bound to make any guest here feel like a royal visitor.

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When not exploring the resort, enjoy lazy afternoons next to the huge Kings Pool swimming pool, sunbathing and taking advantage of the fantastic bar service.


Rooms at the Palace offer luxury and style equal to its regal architecture. Classic interiors include dark wood furniture, rich fabrics and warm colors in all room selections. Options include luxury twins, superior rooms, family rooms, suites and the majestic presidential suites.

Great extras abound in some room categories, from private Jacuzzis to expansive living areas and saunas. 24-hour room service is a luxury enjoyed in all rooms, and 5 star amenities can be expected throughout.

The Palace’s in-house restaurant, Plume, serves gourmet Afro-French cuisine, and Sun City has a wealth of other dining options for guests to explore. Don’t miss out on having a sun downer cocktail in the King Tower for unrivaled views of the Highveld landscape and vivid sunsets.


  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Laundry
  • WiFi


Enjoy poolside massages at the hotel, walk through the lush tropical gardens and spend an afternoon at the beach and wave pool. Sun City’s greatest perk is its incredible array of options; from adrenalin-pumping water sports, the well-known casino, theater, aviary, 2 golf courses and more.

Pilanesberg National Park is also right next door; take a self drive through this game-rich region, looking out for the Big 5 and many other exciting species. Giraffe, zebra, hippo, cheetah, hyena and tons of plains game await in Pilanesberg. Bush walks and hot air balloon safaris are unforgettable ways of viewing the landscape and its wildlife; if you have a chance to do these, don’t miss out.


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