Minor Hotel Group has announced the formation of a new strategic partnership with Sun International to own and operate a collection of eight properties in five African countries. MHG has invested a total of US$ 63.9 million to own a 50 per cent stake in two properties in Zambia and between 37.5 per cent to 80 per cent stakes in six further properties – one each in Botswana and Namibia, along with two properties in Lesotho and Swaziland.
Fiona Malan talks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2012
Livingstone Hotel has topped the polls to be voted Zambia’s Leading Hotel in the 2012 World Travel Awards Africa & Asia Gala Ceremony. This is the eighth time the hotel has won this award.
Sun International – recognised as Africa’s Leading Hotel brand by the prestigious World Travel Awards - has announced it has entered into a 20-year lease agreement with the Cavaleros Group for the lease of the Grayston Hotel, a landmark Sandton property in Johannesburg’s Square Mile. The two companies will contribute equally to the £20 million refurbishment of the property.
Grant McDonald has joined Southern Africa’s leading hotel and resort brand, Sun International, as Business Marketing Manager, UK and Ireland.
Ian Anderson - Marketing Director - Sun International - interviewed at ITB 2010
Brett Hoppe, Project Marketing Manager, Sun International, interviewed by BTN at ATM 2009.
Sun International’s first resort outside Southern Africa - The Sun International Resort at Port Ghalib, Red Sea, Egypt - is due to open in November, 2007 and is set to be one of the most exciting new destination developments this winter.
Sun International is to open a property on Egypt’s Red Sea coast that will challenge its flagship Palace Hotel in Sun City, South Africa. The destination is Port Ghalib, a five-star tourist town that has been described as “St Tropez on the Red Sea.”