Enjoy splendid Cape Town offers with Tsogo Sun Hotels

Dining out is one of life’s finest pleasures, and Tsogo Sun Hotels are renowned for its superb range of restaurants and bars, each boasting unique food and beverage offers to suite every palate.

In the spirit of celebrating all things feminine – this Women's Month, Tsogo Sun in Cape Town are giving all women the perfect opportunity to make warm, lasting memories with colleagues, close friends and loved ones with some of these incredible offers.

We've put together a list of Cape Town's hottest spots... to treat yourself and all the special people in your life this Women's Month.

Happy Hour with colleagues

Escape the hustle and bustle of life and retreat with close work friends for a couple of drinks. Wind down with spectacular rooftop sundowners at the end of the week.

Enjoy mouth-watering cocktails, wines and beers at the ever-popular, stylish 14 Stories Rooftop Bar at SunSquare, overlooking the picture-perfect Cape Town harbour and Lions Head. Make the most of the buy 1 get 1 free offer on selected drinks every Monday - Thursday from 5.00pm - 7.00pm.

Bookings essential for Happy Hour at 14 Stories Rooftop Bar. Call 021 492 9999 or visit the website here.

Bottomless margaritas with the girls

Thursday sundowners have never tasted this good... Whether you prefer a classic margarita or feel like being more adventurous, let the barmen suggest the perfect cocktail to celebrate Women's Month with the girls.

Grab the girls and, make your way to the Southern Sun Waterfront Pool Bar for a fiesta of margaritas – and, enjoy a complementary platter of tacos while the sun goes down. Bottomless margaritas are available at Southern Sun Waterfront Pool Bar every Thursday from 17:30pm - 19:30pm at R180 per person.

Booking is essential. Call 021 409 4000 to book your table, send an email or click here for more information.

Romantic date night in the city

Escape the daily grind and, treat yourself and your significant other to an exclusive experience designed to rekindle your romance, against the backdrop of the beautiful sunset in the heart of the city. Make it a date night to remember and, reawaken your love for each other over a romantic dinner, stay the night and indulge in spa treatments at the luxurious Southern Sun The Cullinan the following day.

The exclusive deal includes a romantic turn-down service, dinner for 2 adults in the hotel restaurant, including a bottle of house wine, breakfast for 2 adults the next morning, and up to 20% off specific treatments at the hotel spa.

From R2,075 per room per night for a weekend stay at the Southern Sun The Cullinan. Call 021 415 4000 or visit the website to make a booking.

Sunday lunch buffet with the whole family

Some of our fondest memories are made when we're spending time with the special people in our lives, and the places we go to play a big part in making those memories truly magical.

Why not treat your family to an extra special Sunday lunch buffet spread that includes all their favourites like roast beef, delicious signature dishes and a selection of decadent desserts. The Sunday lunch buffet is available every Sunday from 12:30pm until 25 August 2019 at Southern Sun Waterfront and Southern Sun The Cullinan for R195 per person and, half price for children under the age of 12.

Booking is essential for Sunday lunch buffet at selected Tsogo Sun hotels. Call 021 492 0404 or visit the website here.

Tsogo Sun Hotels has a portfolio of over 100 hotels throughout South Africa, Africa, and the Seychelles. For more details, visit Tsogo Sun, follow on Twitter @tsogosun or like on Facebook @tsogosun.


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