Tsogo Sun’s new dual-brand 19-storey hotel in the Mother City’s flourishing and vibrant City Bowl celebrated its opening on 28 September with many dignitaries and celebrities in attendance.
The R700-million development incorporates two economy hotels, the select service SunSquare Cape Town City Bowl with 202 bedrooms and StayEasy Cape Town City Bowl with 302 bedrooms.
The new hotel represents Tsogo Sun’s continued commitment to the city of Cape Town, bringing the total number of rooms operated by the group in the city centre to over 2 000, spread across six hotels.
Tsogo Sun’s other hotels in the greater Cape Town area include Southern Sun The Cullinan, Southern Sun Waterfront, Southern Sun Cape Sun, Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard, SunSquare Cape Town Gardens, Southern Sun Newlands, StayEasy Century City, and three SUN1 properties.
In addition, the Tsogo Sun Group owns the Westin at the CTICC, Radisson Blu Waterfront and Protea Victoria Junction through its controlling investment in the Hospitality Property Fund.
The Cape Town City Bowl is an ideal location for easy access to innumerable attractions, as well as the now world-renowned Bree Street, which has overtaken other areas as Cape Town’s “coolest strip when it comes to eating opportunities.
The new dual-brand hotel is located on the corners of Bree, Strand and Buitengracht, offering convenient access to the beautiful surroundings, the vibrant restaurant district, Table Mountain Cable Way, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town Stadium, and Cape Town International Convention Centre.
The SunSquare hotel has 5 banqueting and conference venues, a fitness centre, a trendy Vigour & Verve casual dining offering, Rooftop Bar and pool, with spectacular panoramic views.
The StayEasy hotel has a dedicated breakfast restaurant and offers access to all the facilities on the complex. The project also includes undercover parking for 300 vehicles.
Tsogo Sun has over 100 hotels and 14 casino and entertainment destinations throughout South Africa, Africa, the Seychelles and Abu Dhabi. For further information, visit www.tsogosun.com.