Name Change For Protea Hotel Waterfront Centurion

 

The Protea Hotel Waterfront Centurion, conveniently located between Johannesburg and Pretoria in SA’s economic powerhouse of Gauteng, has changed its name to the Protea Hotel Centurion.  The GDS codes remain as follows:

 

Sabre: 45082;

Galileo: 97472;

Amadeus: PRYWAT and

Worldspan: PWATE.

 

This elegant 4–Star Hotel is within walking distance of the Centurion Gautrain Station, the Centurion shopping mall as well as Supersport park cricket stadium. . The hotel has 131 standard and deluxe African themed bedrooms, 44 modern contemporary semi-self-catering suite apartments and a studio room. The hotel also boasts a VIP presidential suite with a balcony, which can be used for private cocktail functions. This brings the total number of rooms to 177.

Protea Hotel Centurion has a fully equipped day–conference centre offering personalised venue set ups and a variety of package options to create memorable events. There is also complimentary secure parking available 24hours on site. Located at the hotel as well is the a la carte restaurant, Emanzini which boasts of a contemporary African atmosphere and tantalizing meals for a wide range of preferences.

 

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For more information contact

Samantha Bartlett

Senior Account Director Irvine Bartlett

 

(+27) 21 424-5594

 

083 3177 062

 

sam@irvinebartlett.co.za

 

About Protea Hotels

 

Protea Hotels is Africa’s largest and leading hotel group and has a footprint of more than 120 properties throughout South Africa and seven other African countries, including Zambia, Nigeria, Namibia and Kenya amongst others. Each hotel is uniquely different in character and the collection ranges from urban accommodation to country retreats, all in the 3 and 4-star markets. Protea Hotels is the winner of 2 World Travel Awards for Best Hotel Group in Africa, winner of 3 Sunday Times Markinor Top Hotel Brand Awards and the winner of 2 Coolest Hotel Group awards in the Sunday Times Generation Next surveys.

The hotel group became a wholly owned South African company again in April 2009 after a consortium comprising Protea Hotels management, its BEE shareholders and Investec Private Equity bought back the 74 percent stake the hotel group sold to Australian-based Stella Hospitality Group three years ago.

 

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For more information, please visit www.proteahotels.com.