We have a chapel on-site which seats up to 170. We also have an outdoor area which can seat up to 200 guests.
We have a fully stocked bar available that can be arranged to best suit you.
The Indaba is an exquisitely charming hotel located just outside of the bustling city of Johannesburg. Arriving at this hotel you will feel as though you’ve been transported to another world entirely.
The luscious gardens, excellent service and romantic ambiance make it one of the most sought after wedding venues in Gauteng.
Set on 17 hectares of established gardens incorporating two gorgeous dams, wooden decks and avenues of trees to capture that perfect memory, and located within 15km of Sandton for easy convenience. The Indaba Hotel boasts numerous wedding reception venues ranging from small and intimate to our larger fairtytale banquet style halls, ensuring that each couple finds the perfect “fit” to celebrate their special day.
Outdoor wedding gazebos overlooking the beautiful dams or rose gardens are ideal for Garden Wedding ceremonies and a Chapel which is ideal for the more traditional couple - the perfect place to say “I DO”.
With a dedicated wedding co-ordinator and a team with years of experience, your wedding day will be stress free. An Indaba wedding will ensure that the wedding of your dreams, becomes reality.
Take a wander through the lush bushveld gardens and you’ll find the Mowana Spa - a wellness sanctuary which will revive your senses, rejuvenate your body and soothe your soul in preparation for your big day. Enjoy the luxurious accommodations and facilities on offer and have fun preparing for the big day while our team take care of everything. Say “I do” on our rolling lawns; enjoy an elegant reception with family and friends and end your special day by retiring to your complimentary honeymoon suite.
The JHB leg of the SA Weddings Networking function was held at The Indaba Hotel in Fourways. We loved meeting some new faces and catching up with old industry friends.
William Nicol Dr &, Pieter Wenning Rd, Fourways, Midrand, 2021