We’ve all been dreaming about far off places where crystal-blue skies meet carefree fun-filled days. Good times, tan lines, crashing waves and forgotten hard lockdown days await - it’s time for a long-awaited family vacay with Tsogo Sun Hotels.
The SunBreaks Summer sale opens at 06h00 on Wednesday 28 October and closes at 20h00 on Friday 30 October 2020. With rates from as little as R1,150 per room, per night including breakfast – South African’s can enjoy affordable family fun over the December / January holidays.
There are only 3 days to take advantage of the hottest sale yet, so don’t miss out on some incredible discounts, available at a wide variety of hotels across South Africa, with 2 kids under 18 staying and eating breakfast free when sharing with 2 adults. T’s & C’s apply.
Comments Priya Naidoo, Marketing GM Tsogo Sun Hotels, “South African’s have been confined to their homes for too long now, and there’s indeed a desire and want to break out of the norm and treat yourself or your family to a holiday experience. While a lot may have changed, some things stay the same, and guests can rest assured that their safety remains our absolute priority. Extensive COVID-19 protocols have been implemented for the safety of both guests and staff alike.”
A heritage of over 50 years of excellence in providing a home away from home has earned the trust of Tsogo Sun Hotel guests, who discover variety, quality, warmth and trusted service with flair. Create #SunBreaksVacay memories in the warmth of Durban’s beaches at Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani or the Beverly Hills, immerse yourself in the beauty of Cape Town at Southern Sun The Cullinan or Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard or simply enjoying a Gauteng city experience at Southern Sun Hyde Park or the luxurious Palazzo Hotel. We have just the hotel to cater to your needs.
Tsogo Sun Hotels embraces the guidelines and hygiene policies of the World Health Organisation (WHO), the South African National Department of Health (NDoH), and the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD).