A New Look And Feel For aha Shakaland

A New Look And Feel For aha Shakaland

Soon travellers to Eshowe in KwaZulu-Natal can enjoy a refurbished stay at aha Shakaland.

The soft refurbishment involved the remodelling of the bathrooms by replacing the baths with walk-in showers, in line with trends and aligned with aha’s strategy of water conservation and sustainability. An invigorating touch was added to the rooms, which were re-painted, along with the addition of new linen and introducing the nguni hide mats.

The outdoor area is spruced up with newly revamped pool and outdoor furniture that reflects the striking rustic scenery. The buffet area in the Shisa Nyama restaurant, which offers an exquisite mixture of traditional Zulu food with touches of modern cuisine, will also receive an upgrade.

The Siyafunda Centre, which comprises traditional dormitory huts accommodating school or university groups visiting aha Shakaland on cultural excursions, has also been spruced up through the inclusion of new bunk beds and new floor tiling adding to the overall African milieu of the establishment. The refurbishment also extended to the conference centre, which sports a modest upgrade.

aha Hotels and Lodges CEO Neil Bald says: “This renovation embodies our dedication to ensuring our guests continue to enjoy a gracious ubuntu African experience.”

Rooms are painted with new linen and nguni hide mats
Walk-in showers replace baths

Source and images: aha Hotels and Lodges