In 25 years when The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City turns 50, a time capsule that is to be buried in the grounds of The Palace of the Lost City, will be opened.
The receptacle will be buried on The Palace’s 25th birthday on November 11 and will contain artefacts and documents from 1992 when the hotel opened to now.
A letter from current CEO, Anthony Leeming, will be included in the capsule to be opened on The Palace’s 50th anniversary. In it, he will detail the current state of affairs at Sun International’s flagship resort, Sun City, and his predictions for the next 25 years.
He said: “We cannot know what the world will be like in the next two and a half decades. Who would have foreseen the technological and digital changes that have occurred in our lifetime? The world is a very different place now than it was in 1992 and it will, I imagine, be different in 2042.”
Legends rely on the passing of time to grow into myth. And so it has been with The Palace, a legendary destination designed by dreamers for luxury-seekers. Since inception in 1992, the luxury five-star hotel, The Palace of the Lost City, has enthralled visitors from all over the globe.