Head coach Fabio Capello has confirmed the England team will be based at Phokeng near Rustenberg during this summer's World Cup in South Africa.
Concerns were raised about the training pitches and bedroom suites at the Royal Bafokeng Campus, with work on the newly built complex still not finished.
But Capello, having inspected the site, said: "I'm really happy. We visited four places and this was the best.
"It's the third time I've stayed here and the facilities are fantastic."
And the Italian said he had also received assurances the camp would be completely finished in time for England's arrival ahead of the tournament, which starts on 11 June.
"We checked everything and it has improved a lot from the last time we stayed here," added Capello. "The pitches are good and will be better for June. The pitches and the centre we choose will be very important for us.
"The hotel is really, really nice and the medical centre will be ready in two months."
Rustenberg was tipped as the England base by BBC Sport's
The pitches are good and will be better for June. The hotel is really, really nice and the medical centre will be ready in two months
Capello was joined on the inspection by Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke, South Africa 2010 chief executive Danny Jordaan, South African Football Association president Kirsten Nematandani and African Football Confederation president Issa Hayatou.
Based on what he had seen, Valcke was confident that the facility will be ready in time for England's arrival and suitable for their needs during the tournament.
"At the time of the World Cup, the FA need the 68 rooms, the medical centre and pitches," commented Valcke. "There are two which are being worked on by an Irish company who are experts in grass.
"The rooms are there - there is a welcome desk where you can pay, a breakfast area where you can eat. There was a television and internet in the room.
"We have been told the medical centre will be built on time."
Such confidence was echoed by Jordaan, who said: "I went with Jerome Valcke and we had dinner and lunch there. It is fully operational and I have asked to go back there so we can see the reality. The hotel is complete."
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