Protea Hotels Grows Its Spread in Mpumalanga

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    Protea Hotels welcomes into its stable Malaga Hotel in Mpumalanga.

    Protea Hotel Malaga recently underwent a refurbished which resulted in the hotel receiving an updated look inside and out. The classic Spanish design is complemented by the lush tropical gardens in which the hotel resides, a perfect backdrop for massages under the trees, offered by the hotel’s spa staff.
    Mark Satterfield, Marriott International Business Leader in South Africa, said Protea Hotels was delighted to have a hotel with so much history join the group. Although the hotel was originally built as a stopover, it is, in fact, situated directly within a very famous tourism area and is the perfect stopover for travellers on their way to the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. Landmarks like the Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window and the Three Rondavels mountain range all within easy drives of the hotel.

    The conference facilities, which can accommodate groups as small as ten and as large as 200, are popular particularly because of their proximity to popular tourist attractions in the area.

    Satterfield said: “Protea Hotels is lucky to have such a wide range of hotels in its stable, from the hyper-modern urban Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! properties, to iconic hotels like Malaga. And what they all have in common is a warm and receptive STAFF and excellent service. That is why GUESTS return to hotels like Malaga year after year.”

    Protea Hotel Malaga is an excellent destination not only for sightseers to this beautiful part of the country, but also for keen outdoorsy types. The area offers a wide range of adventure sports, from rock climbing and abseiling, to mountain biking and trail running. For those with a more pastoral bent, birding and fishing are popular activities in the area.

    Daniel Fountain / 19.04.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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