Gorgeous George Hotel Set to Open in CapeTown

Gorgeous George Hotel Set to Open in CapeTown

South Africa’s real estate firm is yet to officially open one of the country’s top-notch hotel at the outskirts of its city, Cape Town.

Gorgeous George Hotel will be opened formally in March 2019. It is created from two buildings with restored heritage and will be the first hotel in the city to join the Design Hotels group.

The hotel was initially built by the United Buildings Society which gave it an Art Deco as its entrance with a conjoined building with traits of the New Edwardian style of the 1940s. The current design of the hotel brings together the architectural plans of all the buildings while allowing for various moods based on the perspective of a viewer. Some windows, for instance, have frames of steel while others are made from oaks, while structures made of concrete and steel incorporated throughout the hotel.

Tristan DuPlessis who was behind the designs of the hotel’s interior said that they wanted to use the conjoined building as an impressive representation of the rich heritage of Cape Town, for the creation of a modern hotel while involving designers from South Africa in the same.

The top chef and mixologist

The executive chef of this luxurious hotel will be Guy Bennett, who recently helmed Grand Provence in Franschhoek. The hotel will feature Jody Rahme who started his mixology journey in Johannesburg.

Gorgeous George is located in a well-designated area where guests get access to and from the city, and therefore, its rich heritage is likely to attract both international and local tourists.

Joining the design hotels TM stable

The design hotels TM was established in Germany in 1993 and spans the world in more than50 countries. The member hotels boast of great designs and architecture, and it is through this membership that the Gorgeous George Hotel will bring a new experience to South Africa’s hospitality industry.

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