Hotel brands expand South African portfolios

Radisson is opening a hotel in Cape Town in late 2010, offering extensive conference and meetings facilities as well as a range of outdoor activities.

Hotel brands expand South African portfolios
Hotel brands expand South African portfolios
The Radisson Blu Hotel Cape Town, Blaauwberg, located 25 km from the city’s central business district and 30 minutes from the airport, boasts a variety of bays and 48km of sandy beaches for surfing, swimming, windsurfing and sunbathing. Sporting facilities include golf, water sports, tennis, blow and squash.
 
The hotel will feature 144 rooms, a lobby and lounge bar, a cocktail bar, all-day restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and a fitness area. There are six modern meeting rooms suitable for both small banquets and major international conferences.
 
Hampshire Hotels is also opening new properties in Midrand, Port Elizabeth and Umhlanga in late autumn, with facilities for meetings and events in line with those at its existing properties. Its venues and meeting rooms include state-of-the-art equipment and audio and video hookups.

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