THE PREMIER EXPERIENCE
While their location worked wonderfully for Premier Hotel Cape Manor for a good few years, between Beach & Main Roads of Sea Point, owners decide to take a bold leap in order to establish themselves as the ‘Home away from Home’ for Cape Town visitors, enabling comfortability for both short and long staying guests.
In the last 2 years, after purchasing the neighbouring building, the entire asset got an R11 million renovation. Earthy colour tones, luxurious soft finishes and well picked lighting features make you want to move in permanently.
The exciting building that contains standard rooms, family rooms and executive suites were refurbished and further bathroom upgrades are still on the cards and the building’s position offers either sea or mountain landscape views.
In the newly purchased building, Premier owners and designers took a creative approach in order to maximize the potential of a former apartment building. Units were divided in a way that created clusters of standalone rooms but can be also offered as a family retreat in the heart of the city, latterly a series of family lodges with all the service and benefits of a fully serviced hotel.
To compliment the needs of the corporate and private business guests, the library styled business center offers free use with all necessary office equipment. On the other hand, to keep the homely hospitality, in addition to the generous buffet breakfast, the restaurant serves a daily, A La Carte, changing menu for Lunch & Dinner and a choice between an indoor or courtyard setting.
The restaurant deck on the second floor, overlooking Cape Town’s beachfront, is still due for an overall upgrade with a special intention to provide wind sheltered, year-round sitting.On top of being located within walking distance from the Sea Point Promenade, beaches and restaurants, the hotel offers to its guests a free shuttle to the V&A Waterfront, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) and city center.
Premier Hotels & Resorts holds a portfolio of 16 assets across South Africa, including a private game reserve in the Eastern Cape, urban hotels and family vacation destinations.
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