The Zithabiseni Resort and Conference Centre is now gearing for the festive season buzz and will open its doors to the public from 1 December 2020.
The facility was closed during the nationwide lockdown as it was used as a quarantine site for COVID-19 related cases in Mpumalanga.
The resort came under severe media scrutiny regarding the state of its infrastructure when it was used as a quarantine site. A total of forty-nine (49) chalets have been refurbished by Glencore Operations South Africa (Pty) and the facility is ready to open its doors to leisure travelers as we get ready for the upcoming festive season.
“We are pleased that the refurbishment process that was conducted by Glencore Operations South Africa (Pty) Ltd is now complete and our accommodation facilities have been improved to enhance visitor experience. The resort will be operating in full swing from 1 December 2020. Our team is getting ready to welcome visitors to enjoy their stay at our resort”, said Ms Lindi Mtsweni, Operations Manager at Zithabiseni Resort and Conference Centre.
“As we get ready for the influx of visitors, we will prepare thoroughly for the expected arrivals of guests to our resort. We will operate under strict health and safety conditions in compliance with the COVID-19 regulations in order to safeguard both our staff and guests”, added Mtsweni.
It is important to note that we are still on Lockdown, Alert Level 1. As such, we are still required to comply fully with the set regulations, which states that guests will be required to wear their face masks at all times, maintain social distance and sanitize their hands regularly. Those intending to visit our resort are encouraged to make prior bookings on +27 13 963 8300 or email@example.com .
“We look forward to welcoming you back to our resort so that you can enjoy what is on offer and witness the newly refurbished chalets. We appeal to our guests to always be safe and comply with the health and safety protocols that have been put in place.
“All our day visitors must note that we will be following the regulations on the numbers for admitting our patrons and the numbers will be controlled from time to time. The safety of our guests and staff is important to us”, concluded Mtsweni.