The festive spirit is in the air at Taj Cape Town buoyed by the steady return of business travel, increasing local tourism and the re-opening of international travel.
“TAJ Cape Town has emerged with improved vigour from the effects of the global pandemic as the team’s agility and adaptability to changing hospitality trends have been key driving factors enabling us to tide over the unprecedented business scenario of the recent past,” says Mark Wernich, Cluster General Manager Taj Cape Town and Taj Pamodzi, Lusaka.
He says the outlook for 2022 is positive more so with the removal of South Africa off the United Kingdom’s red list and Europe and the USA lifting travel restrictions and increase of international flights to Africa.
A commitment restrengthened
“We are open to the world and look forward to affording both our local and international guests with our authentic Indian luxury hospitality for which we are renowned globally. Tajness – A Commitment Restrengthened is our mark of assurance. The safety of our guests is paramount and our team continues to respect all COVID-19 protocols,” says Wernich.
All staff at Taj Cape Town have been vaccinated and recently the facility was among the first hotels and resorts in the world to achieve health security verification from Sharecare and Forbes Travel Guide. The comprehensive verification helps ensure that guests and travel planners can book with confidence at properties that have appropriate health & safety procedures in place.
The food offering is back with more culinary delights headlined by Bombay Brasserie, the hotel’s Indian fine dining and international cuisine restaurant . Mint offers a great alternative with its all day dining menu delivering a cosmopolitan home style dining experience. The hotel has 13 conference venues which can be booked for meetings, banquets, weddings and conferences of up to 200 people observing COVID-19 social distancing protocol.
About Taj Cape Town
Located in the centre of the old city, Taj Cape Town boasts a strong sense of place and is within walking distance to some of South Africa’s foremost landmarks and attractions and an eclectic array of shops, galleries and restaurants..
The hotel caters for business and leisure guests and offers conference facilities and luxury accommodation. Guests can also rejuvenate and relax at the Award Winning Jiva Spa which offers luxurious treatments inspired by ancient Indian royalty tradition.
Spread across two heritage buildings, all 176 individually decorated rooms reflect unrivalled opulence. All rooms boast panoramic vistas of the city and Table Mountain, with lavish furnishings and contemporary finishes immersing guests in world-class luxury.