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Rosebank, Johannesburg Guesthouse

Q on First Guesthouse is ideally situated 1.1 km from Rosebank Mall Central just off  Jan Smuts Street in the  Parktown North, the “parks area” of Johannesburg that boasts some of the country’s top restaurants like Marble  and many more in Parkhurst, 4th Avenue is ideal for some night live with many pavement bars and eateries.

For some of the finest shopping in South Africa, visit Hyde Park or Rosebank Mall, two large shopping centres situated nearby. Whether you’re looking for chic, designer African fashion, the latest music and books, or you just want to catch the latest blockbuster or art film, you are sure to find them at either of these up-market centres.

If you are looking for something casual, The Parktown quarter boasts a host of trendy coffee shops, while The African Flea Market, situated in the Rosebank Mall, is the perfect place to pick up crafts from all over Africa. On Sundays the Rosebank Mall hosts a Rooftop Market - a vast, well-organised flea-market that offers everything from vintage earrings to local artworks.

The Johannesburg Zoo was established in 1904 and is one of South Africa’s largest zoos. With 365 different species in 54 hectares to explore, our Zoo offers the opportunity to discover some of our country’s and the world’s wondrous wildlife.

The cradle Of humankind (Maropeng), is 45 km from Q on First Guesthouse, an hour’s drive, the Sterkfontein Caves are world famous for their fossil finds and a well-known visitor destination. After an extensive face-lift in 2005, the Sterkfontein Caves site is home to a top restaurant, easy access to the caves themselves, modern walkways and a boardwalk past the excavation site where world-acclaimed fossils have been discovered.

The South African War Museum is situated in Erlswold Way in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Saxonwold adjacent to the Johannesburg Zoo and close to the recreational area of Zoo Lake. It is easily reached by road and bus routes down Oxford Road and Jan Smuts Avenue pass by our entrance. The latter option leaves a short walk to the Museum. There is ample parking for the motorist.

Inspired by the heydays of the 50’s and the trend setting styles of Miami’s, South Beach. This is where flamingos flock to be surrounded by camp chic and touch of madness. Beefcakes’ legacy of nightly performances, beefy table hosts, luscious libations and mouth-watering burgers prevails in a place that welcomes everyone and anyone to experience drag dining at its finest – perfectly positioned in Joburg’s upmarket hotspot, Illovo. Gay guide for Johannesburg

As one of the most sought after plastic surgeons in the country, Dr. van der Poel is dedicated to building warm, open relationships with his patients. Q on First Guesthouse offer long recovery stay option for patients after surgery.

CIRCA, although relatively small in size, is lofty and ambitious in its intentions. The StudioMAS designed structure was carefully constructed to create an urban environment that is confident about the importance of public space in our city, the importance of architecture to support public space, and the need for people to be able to socialise and gather in places in which they feel comfortable, safe and inspired. The gallery is born out of a love for Johannesburg.

Q on First is a mere 1.5 km from the pick-up,  ticket office where you can hop on hop off and see and experience the best of Johannesburg. Click here for the experience.

Quick access to Sandton and O.R.Tambo International airport, Q on First is 1.3 km away from the Rosebank Station. Click here to see route information. Please note to our international travelers, be aware of your personal belongings while traveling on any public transport system.

Q on First Guesthouse - Travel Tips


Set in the Gauteng, the biggest man made forest in Africa area, the streets of Parktown North are lined with Canadian maple trees. It has been said that Johannesburg has the best climate on the highlands of South Africa. Summer has warm to hot sunny days with possible thunder showers in the afternoon.

While winter has cold nights and chilly mornings and warmer midday temperatures. Winters are generally dry (Cape Town is wet) and if you are planning a safari to Kruger National Park or the upmarket lodges around the Kruger best game viewing time as the grasses die back and the game is easier to spot. This is also the lowest risk time for malaria which is present in the Kruger National Park Game Reserve.