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BUSINESS OR LEISURE?

BUSINESS OR LEISURE?

Business or leisure, the new AC Hotels by Marriott brings a fresh approach to the hospitality in South Africa with high-design guest rooms and public spaces with sleek furnishings.

While routed in sophisticated and timeless European design, the rooms are stylish and efficient with a panoramic view of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and Signal Hill on one side and the harbour, Table Bay and Robben Island on the opposite.

The hotel houses the signature AC Lounge, a creative hotspot by day and social hub by night that serves local craft and expertly made signature beverages. Guests can savor the brand’s Spanish roots with delectable tapas from fresh and locally sourced ingredients at the AC Kitchen or have a quick bite at the AC Market, offering convenient grab and go. Long brewed cocktails neighbours crafted gins and award winning wines, creating a perfect set to conclude a day of business or to prolong one in a less formal atmosphere.

Other features include the AC Library, a quiet space lined with interesting and ever-evolving reading material and computer stations tucked away from the buzz as well as a fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment. Located within walking distance from the Cape Town International Convention Centre, it also features four flexible meeting rooms and a boardroom with a total of 250 sqm of event space, boasting natural light and stunning harbour views.

Adhering to international standards and trends, the hotel holds a green status. Some of its green initiatives include: a desalination plant; population sensor lighting to save power; heat pumps to supply hot water, eliminating the use of heat elements, as well as biodegradable straws and packaging.

The AC hotel is delivered by Amdec Group, known for developing and owning iconic South African real estate assets like Melrose Arch precinct in Johannesburg, Pearl Valley Golf Estate and Val De Vie Polo Estate, both in the Cape Winelands.

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