Situated in the leafy Johannesburg suburb of Rosebank, 54 on Bath offers its guests a signature blend of luxury, style, and intuitive service – ensuring the highest levels of comfort for business and leisure travelers alike.
Attractions nearby our Rosebank hotel include Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton City, Melrose Arch, as well as the Gautrain rapid rail system and Sandton Convention Centre. Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport is also easily accessible from the hotel.
Hotel guests are offered a choice of luxury accommodation in one of Johannesburg’s most beautiful suburbs. Choose from 75 elegantly decorated rooms, comprising of 60 deluxe standard rooms, 12 executive rooms and 3 luxury suites. Each en-suite room provides a host of amenities, including 24-hour room service, DStv, direct-dial telephones, Espresso machine, mini-bar and complimentary WiFi.
Whether dining at Johannesburg’s very popular Level Four restaurant, enjoying a workout at the state-of-the-art fitness club (Planet Fitness Rosebank), or unwinding in our sparkling outdoor pool, our guests are assured of superior service and hospitality.
LEVEL FOUR RESTAURANT AT 54 ON BATH
Contemporary Fine Dining in Johannesburg
Level Four Restaurant at 54 on Bath in Rosebank, offers guests distinctive fine dining in Johannesburg. The menu combines classic cuisine with contemporary influences. Headed up by Executive Chef is Matthew Foxon, the menu features his bold signature style and distinctive flair, ensuring a memorable culinary experience.
Level Four recommends a delectable Afternoon Tea served daily from 14h30 to 17h00, with a choice of English tea sandwiches, freshly baked scones, pastries and premium tea leaves.
Lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at the elegant restaurant, or on the adjacent sunny outdoor terrace. Whether a business lunch, a relaxed dinner, or a celebratory event, our aim is to make every meal an occasion. It is no wonder our restaurant is regarded as one of the best fine dining destinations in Johannesburg.
The refreshing Perrier-Jouët bar offers a uniquely styled signature champagne range. Overlooking the terrace garden, the champagne bar is the perfect meeting spot for pre-dinner drinks and evening sundowners.
Level Four is a participating auction wines restaurant.
Conferences and events in Rosebank
Centrally located and well equipped the 54 on Bath offers six well-appointed and flexible conference venues in Rosebank near Sandton. Our conference and function venues can accommodate up to 120 guests, as well as a boardroom for 20 located on the second floor.
Our hotel’s dedicated conference team will provide knowledgeable assistance in customising any event to your specific requirements – from business meetings to conferences, from cocktail parties to breakfast presentations. We can also assist with audio-visual and stationery supplies.
Our skilled Executive Chef provides special menus and catering options to ensure that your event is also a culinary success.
Conference Venues In Rosebank Near Sandton
Our selection of meeting rooms includes Kentridge, Batha, Hitchcock, De Jongh, and our boardroom – each of which is designed to provide a flexible space for events.
Contact 54 on Bath today to find out more about our bespoke venues and conference facilities in Sandton, Johannesburg.
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