The Capital Menlyn Maine, the group’s newest apartment hotel, opens in Tshwane’s trendy new Menlyn Maine precinct on March 15, 2017 in a move that will revolutionise the accommodation industry in the city, bringing with it cutting-edge sophistication.
Situated on top of the Central Square shopping centre, the 200-room The Capital Menlyn Maine is Tshwane’s first high-end, extended-stay hotel.
An apartment hotel or extended-stay hotel is a serviced apartment complex that uses a hotel-style booking system. It is similar to renting an apartment, but with no fixed contracts and occupants can “check out” whenever they wish.
The Capital Menlyn Maine will allow tourists and visitors to Tshwane to customise their accommodation to suit their budget and their needs. Guests can choose from a standard, executive room or a one bedroom apartment, or a combination of rooms that makes up a two- or three-bedroom apartment. They can also share a standard room or stay alone – as standard rooms have king size beds that can be converted to twins as required.
Rooms – with fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities – are kitted to the highest standard, with each living space expertly designed with superb finishes and timeless design.
The range of options available also extends to dining, which means guests can self-cater or use the hotel’s restaurant or room-service.
A host of additional benefits include complimentary Wi-Fi, free laundry and parking.
The Capital Hotel Group founder and managing director, Marc Wachsberger, said tourists don’t want to pay for an expensive hotel room with expensive frills they barely use, but want affordability, convenience and flexibility.
“Visitors to Tshwane can experience for themselves the luxury, flexibility and convenience for which The Capital Hotel Group is known.
“The Capital Menlyn Maine is a first for Tshwane in many ways. It is the sexiest hotel to be built in the city for many years, the first high-end apartment hotel in the city and it brings with it the best and most advanced concepts in hospitality,” he said.