The Maslow Hotel, Sun International’s new business hotel, opens on January 7, 2013 following a USD 28 million refurbishment of the hotel formally known as The Grayston. Situated in the heart of Sandton’s business district – home to top investment banks, financial institutions, the Gautrain station, and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange – The Maslow Hotel offers some of the best corporate facilities in Sandton, including complimentary high speed internet access throughout the hotel, 13 meeting rooms, conference centre with a multi divisible ballroom and auditorium, techno gym and the unique Wayfarer Lounge.
According to Lorenzo Giani, Sun International’s Sales and Marketing representative in the United States, “This new property has been especially tailored to answer the needs of business travelers, and we believe visitors will appreciate the efforts we have put into providing perfect service.”
The contemporary design and urban vibe of the public areas, guest rooms and services at The Maslow Hotel are inspired by Sandton’s business culture. The Lacuna Bistro and Bar is an urban bistro serving international cuisine. The bistro menu features Tapas, Sandwiches, Tarts, Salads and Pasta dishes, as well as a lengthy whiskey menu and beer on tap.
In the lobby is the Wayfarer Lounge, a business class type lounge, which has been designed to enable guests to be productive while waiting to check in or before departure to the airport. The same menu served in the Lacuna restaurant is also available in the Wayfarer Lounge.
The Maslow Hotel is one of the first properties within Sun International to feature the Africology Spa. Africology is an authentic skincare brand focused on creating results driven experiences for business travelers. “We will provide a special range of massage treatments, facials, skin adoration wraps and scrubs plus,” said Renchia Droganis, founder of Africology. “We will also offer new treatments particularly for busy business travelers that treat the endocrine system, supplement melatonin and relieve aches and pains associated with long haul flights.”