Southern Sun Brand Takes Root in Rosebank

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One of southern Africa’s most iconic local hotel brands – Southern Sun – is set to move into the trendy suburb of Rosebank as Tsogo Sun Hotels rebrands and refurbishes its Crowne Plaza The Rosebank property.

As part of the rebranding the Southern Sun Rosebank, as the hotel will be known from 1 February 2020 will undergo an extensive refurbishment. Some of the work that will be done includes

  • the reception and lobby areas,
  • the Circle Bar,
  • the Fresh Restaurant, and
  • the opening of The Grill Jichana, based on the highly acclaimed restaurant of the same name at Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani.

The first phase of the refurbishment will be completed in January 2020. The balance of the refurbishment of the hotel, including bedrooms, will take place over the course of 2020/21, with minimal disruption to hotel operations.

Southern Sun Rosebank_Restaurant

A Well-Earned Reputation  

Ravi Nadasen, Tsogo Sun Hotels’ COO, says, “The Southern Sun brand has enormous equity that has been built over five decades. This development will allow us to expand our footprint into the Rosebank node, where we already own and operate the luxurious 54 on Bath.”

Rosebank is booming. The opening of the Gautrain station in 2011 spurred growth into the precinct, making it a favoured destination of investors and residents with its vibrant mixed-use commercial, retail, entertainment and residential offerings.

The time is right for Southern Sun to add its name and well-earned reputation for excellence to the Rosebank landscape,” adds Nadasen.

Southern Sun Rosebank_Lounge

A Boon for Business Tourism

Nadasen notes that the Southern Sun brand operates in 24 locations across South Africa, Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, the Seychelles, and the UAE and is recognised for quality and consistency.

“This 318-room property provides us with the perfect opportunity to take this full-service brand into Rosebank, which has great potential for business tourism, taking the property and lifestyle profile of the area into account,” he concludes.

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