The President Hotel Invites All Tourists

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Beautifully designed for maximum light and a sense of space and tranquillity, the President Hotel in Cape Town offers an enticing selection of restaurants, bars, lounges and gardens.

“Few hotels have so expertly combined the often contrasting requirements of business and tourism,” says Jeremy Clayton, general manager. “Conference, event and banqueting facilities lend themselves to an almost inexhaustible range of adaptations to suit varying requisites, and the in-house events team is on hand to smooth organisation and preparation. Business people can also benefit from the in-house hair and nail bar, spa and curio shop, because we know that time is of the essence, and seeking a suitable service in the city is not often an option – not to mention the hotel will be rolling out one of the fastest Wi-Fi infrastructures of any hotel in Southern Africa within the next few months.”

And all of this convenience and sophistication is situated in a spectacular setting. Guests enjoy breathtaking views of endless ocean horizons set against the backdrop of the infamous Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. They can slip down to the Sea Point promenade within minutes to stroll along the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.

The most recent delight the President Hotel is now providing is the newly renovated deli. The Botany Café is a burst of freshness and innovation in the deli scene, and is becoming increasingly popular not only with guests, but with growing numbers of Capetonians. The focus is on all things fresh out the garden and farm: organic, artisanal, seasonal and bursting with flavour. The menu is a pleasure to experiment with, brimming with enticing options that range from light and healthy to hearty and filling.

The President Hotel has partnered with Ilios Travel, who will be managing their popular tours and transfers desk at the Hotel. These tours will include daily wine-tasting trips to various wine farms within the Western Cape region.

Compiled by: Melissa Jane Cook. Source: Butterknife.



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