Nestled in the town of Hazyview Mpumalanga a haven of indulgence has proudly scooped the title of Best Unique Experience Spa in Southern Africa, at the World Luxury Spa Awards.

The World Luxury Spa Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury spa industry, offering international recognition as voted for by guests, travellers and industry players.

Over 250 000 international travellers vote each year during a four-week period to select the winners and Heather’s Spa, located at Tsogo Sun Hotels’ Sabi River Sun, came out tops in the region.

An Intimate Experience

This no doubt stems from the fact that Heather’s offers an intimate experience, allowing guests to unwind in a tranquil atmosphere, with a range of exclusive rejuvenating treatments.

Commenting on the achievement Heather says, it is a huge honour to have been presented with this award.

“It is the experience of a lifetime for my little spa in our small town to receive such a prestigious global award. My grateful thanks to my dedicated staff and loyal clients who supported and voted for us.”

Sabi River Sun Resort

No stranger to awards, Sabi River Sun Resort is the proud recipient of numerous TripAdvisor Awards, including Certificate of Excellence and Traveller’s Choice Awards for Best Family Resort since 2015.

Sabi River Sun is located in close proximity to the Kruger National Park and offers comfortable and homely accommodation enhanced by spectacular views, a rich natural heritage and abundant wildlife in the heart of the Mpumalanga province.

In addition to its natural splendour and safari opportunities, the resort offers guests appetizing dining, an 18-hole golf course, recreational facilities and conferencing, year-round children’s entertainment programme, and its award-winning spa.

Adam Fuller, Operations Director of Resorts for Tsogo Sun Hotels says, “Creating great experiences like those delivered by Heather’s Spa are core to the DNA of Tsogo Sun Hotels and we are so proud of Heather’s achievement. Congratulations to the dynamic team at Sabi River Sun.”