Four Seasons opens The Westcliff hotel in Johannesburg

Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg opened yesterday (1 December), following a £36m redevelopment.

Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg

The original Westcliff hotel was a South African icon and Four Seasons has spent 18 months refurbishing the property – which offers spectacular views over Johannesburg – including all 117 guest rooms and public spaces.

Event space at the hotel comprises nearly 1,500sqm of naturally lit, state-of-the-art facilities, crowned by the 640sqm Arcadia Ballroom, which offers panoramic views, and pre-function area and its own terrace. A further 13 meeting rooms are available individually or as part of a conference suite.

Four Seasons has added several new signature restaurants, including signature eateries Flames and View, and intimate, wine-focused dining venue Cellar Door.

A spa complex, with nine treatment rooms, 25m lap pool and Après-Spa lounge and eaterie is due to open in January 2015.

Four Seasons operates 96 hotels and residences in major cities and resort destinations across 38 countries, including the Wescliff's sister property Four Seasons Safari Lodge The Serengeti, ideal for safari groups.

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