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12 Apr

Family Fun Awaits at Premier Hotels & Resorts in April


With the month of April awash with public holidays, families across the country are taking the opportunity to get away and enjoy each other’s company. For those on the hunt for a bargain, Premier Hotels & Resorts is giving guests the chance to stay at any one of their 16 properties across the country for four nights and only pay for three.

Premier Hotels & Resorts Group Sales & Marketing Manager, Grant Sandham, says: “Vacations enable families to spend quality time together away from the distractions of daily life, which helps to strengthen bonds whilst creating lifelong memories. While the weaker rand may be making certain things more expensive for South Africans, precious family holidays needn’t be one of them.”

 He suggests some of his favourite family escapes:

 Those looking for a seaside stay can head to Premier Hotel The Richards in KwaZulu-Natal. This piece of paradise offers true African beauty with endless unspoilt beaches and coastal conservation areas nearby. After a full day of frolicking by the tepid waters of the Indian Ocean, guests can refuel at the hotel’s Mossel Restaurant. For some spoiling, the hotel’s Lezuri Spa offers packages that can be tailored to specific needs, including cocktails or nibbles from the spa set menu.


Premier Hotel The Richards

For a getaway that combines the wonders of nature with warm South African hospitality, pick Premier Hotel The Winkler. Located close to the world-famous Kruger National Park and other breath-taking ecological attractions like God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and Mac Mac Falls, it is the perfect base from which families can explore majestic Mpumalanga. In addition, adults can unwind with a drink and views of the valley in the hotel’s Xilobo Bar while younger members of the family can have a ball on the basketball and tennis courts.


Premier Hotel The Winkler

With city breaks becoming a fast-growing trend, Premier Hotel O.R. Tambo is the ideal accommodation option for families keen on seeing the City of Gold in all its glory. Johannesburg offers an array of activities ranging from shopping at Sandton City and learning about the country’s past at the Apartheid Museum to going on exhilarating rides at Gold Reef City. Best of all, it’s close to a Gautrain station to enable quick and easy access to all that Jozi and its neighbouring city, Pretoria, have to offer.

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Premier Hotel O.R Tambo

To take advantage of Premier Hotels & Resorts’ April offer, book via the website or call central reservations on 086 111 5555, using the PAYSTAY promo code.

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