Garden Court Hatfield - Hatfield






The Garden Court Hatfield's light and modern décor extends to each of the hotel rooms. Each en-suite bedroom sports a separate bath and shower, direct-dial telephone with voice mail and wakeup call facilities, computer modem point, wireless internet connectivity, television with enhanced DSTV channels, individually controlled air conditioning, hairdryer, bathroom amenities and tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a room for physically challenged guests.  Business travellers will feel at home and will always be in touch with wireless internet in public areas, and you will be able to conduct business as usual with our self service workstations and copy/fax facilities. If you need to have a meeting, Garden Court Hatfield has ameeting room that can accommodate up to 20 people boardroom style. Make yourself at home at any one of our fantastic Pretoria Hotels trendy and upmarket suburb of Hatfield, in Pretoria, is home to the Garden Court Hatfield Hotel where business and leisure guests are perfectly positioned to explore the quaint and interesting area as well as nearby historical landmarks and attractions including the Union Buildings. The hotel's location also provides easy access to all major highways.

Environmental Practices


  • Timers have been placed on the pool pumps to run from 8am to 8pm.
  • Lights in back offices are switched off between 8 am and 7pm summer and 9am and 6pm in winter
  • Motion detector light switches have been installed in back office areas, housekeeping and the gym.
  • Porte Cochere lights have been placed on a day/night switch
  • The chillers are switched off between 10pm and 7am.
  • Heat pumps have been installed for hot water generation
  • Motion detectors have been installed in the gym, in housekeeping and in the administration offices.
  • Efficient air-conditioning system that keeps building temperature
  • Restaurant and breakfast room lights are no longer left on during the day as the building design in this area consist mainly of glass from the floor to the roof, allowing ample natural light into these areas.


  • Borehole water is used for all irrigation requirements and is monitored on continually.
  • The irrigation system has been upgraded and full automation is the next stage of development,
  • Rain sensors installed on the Irrigation system.
  • All rooms have dual flush toilets and low flow showerheads
  • Public bathrooms have sensors on the urinals.
  • Water wise gardens have been implemented
  • On-going monitoring (independent) of borehole water and awaiting license from municipality


  • The Compactor is decommissioned and waste separation and recycling programmes are implemented, currently recycling up to 52% of waste.
  • Organic waste from kitchens are added to the gardens.
  • Tube crushers are used to dispose of fluorescent tube waste.


  • Gardens do not contain invasive species. Indigenous content are increased when possible.


  • Storm water drain inlets are covered with wire mesh to prevent litter from entering the storm water system, which prevents pollution of the country’s river system.

Communications, Training and awareness

  • Staff awareness has been improved with 80% of permanent staff that received awareness with at least two of the following criteria : energy, water, waste.
  • In room environmental communication includes a water wise card, towel exchange card, and welcome letter.
  • Back of house posters  are displayed in numerous areas to increase awareness and importance of environmental matters and efficient management of resources.

Cleaning / Chemicals

  • Biological or enzyme ranges are used for certain cleaning practices.
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