You’ve arrived, from the four corners of the globe to the four corners of the Square.
A towering sculpture of South Africa’s favourite son holds court over Nelson Mandela Square. One of the largest open public spaces in the country, the Square adjoins the renowned Sandton City complex. This European styled piazza commemorates heritage and celebrates international style with the warmth of African hospitality. It draws a cosmopolitan society to its sidewalk cafes, some of the finest restaurants in South Africa and over 88 exclusive stores. The 1,000sqm Square serves as a stage for a host of local and international prestigious events. There is always a song or a dance in the air at the Square.
When it comes to desirable designer labels and covetable objects, patrons at Nelson Mandela Square are spoilt for choice. An average of over one million local and international visitors per month delight in a heady blend of shopping that offers everything from curios to culture, art, books, jewellery and couture. You?ll revel in the sophisticated atmosphere as you wind your way through the delightful array of shops.
Some of the finest restaurants in South Africa attract diners from across the globe at Nelson Mandela Square. Whether you’re in the mood for the best French wine, the most generous Greek platters, real African cooking, or a leisurely cup of creamy Italian coffee, you can find it all and so much more. The cosmopolitan atmosphere comes alive under an African sky where business lunches, romantic dinners and travellers breakfasts are enjoyed around clusters of tables. At Nelson Mandela Square it is not simply a meal, it is an experience.