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Tourism: Economic friend or environmental foe?

Whilst it boosts the economy, encourages growth and development, by nature, tourism takes its toll on the planet. On the doorstep of Cape Town International, Hotel Verde finds ways to turn the potential curse into a blessing. In 2017, Iceland received over two million tourists contributing over 8% of their GDP. But in a country with a population...

Palazzo presents perfect wine and dinner pairings

“Wine is the only artwork you can drink.” Luis Fernando Olaverri The pairing of food and wine takes centre stage at The Palazzo at Montecasino for one elegant, exclusive event each month as a selection of fine wines from a leading wine estate are paired with a multi-course menu, presented by Tsogo Sun’s group sommelier, Miguel Chan, and The...

Taking a gamble?

Having your next meeting or event take place in and around casinos might be a risky bet that brings with it enormous rewards. Meetings surveys the hotspots. Lights flashing, chips stacking and slot machines ringing – there’s no place quite like a casino. For high-rollers and risk-takers, this is the ideal playground and it may well be the next...

7 reasons why exhibitions are still relevant

Exhibiting is not just a way to keep an eye on the competition and get out of the office; more than anything, it is a fantastic way to attract potential customers and provide increased exposure for your products and services. BUILD BRAND AWARENESS Exhibitions provide unique opportunities to raise awareness of your business among the people who...

Conference down memory lane

Historic venues are often set in spectacular surroundings, creating a superb backdrop for your event. They make an interesting choice, particularly if you can combine a tour or presentation on the history of the venue at some point during your conference. Additionally, gala dinners hosted in grand rooms with a plethora of original features are...

Level Four’s exciting new chef’s table and winter menu

54 on Bath’s fine-dining and elegant Level Four restaurant is on point as ever with a fresh new Winter menu and a new dining experience at the ‘Chef’s Table’. “We’re inspired by the seasons with every new menu we create. This menu offers meals that suit the winter weather and focus on deliciousness and comfort that excite the palate and warm the...

The Secret is out – at Beverly Hills hotel

The Beverly Hills, an iconic, landmark hotel in uMhlanga, has launched ‘The Secret Garden’ – an exciting new venue space in the neighbouring property, which is owned by Tsogo Sun, by transforming it into a beautiful venue for events and special occasions. The secluded and picturesque grounds with uninterrupted sea views present a blank canvas for...

For the love of food, visit The Table Bay this Easter

Easter is about family, togetherness, food and chocolate treats. Inspired by tradition, Easter Sunday lunch at The Table Bay’s Camissa Brasserie promises a mouthwatering meander of West Coast styled dishes and Easter-themed fare, all with a discerning Table Bay twist. The Harvest Table will be adorned with a choice of beautifully prepared salads...

Make your events accessible

With as much as 15% of the world’s population and 7.5% of South Africa’s population having disabilities, why wouldn’t you make your events fully accessible? Lynn McLeod remembers going to the movies in the 80s with her wheelchair-bound mother. “It was quite a performance,” she recalls. “The cinema could only be reached by stairs or escalator, so...