The 4-star Shangri-La Country Hotel & Spa is celebrating its 25th birthday on Mother’s Day, 10 May 2015. Since opening its doors on this annual celebration, Shangri-La has become the top destination in the Waterberg, offering a selection of facilities ranging from weddings, conferencing, spa treatments and much more.
Says Director Stef Venter, “Shangri-La’s focus for its 25th birthday is family, and because all of our achievements were possible because of our entire family of friends, employees and loved ones, we’re transforming Shangri-La in to a perfect for family getaway destination.”
Recent additions to Shangri-La that will be officially opened on Mother’s Day, is the brand new Putt Putt mini-golf course, an open air chess board, as well as the new outdoor venue “The Pavilion” that is ideal for outdoor weddings and functions. Manager Pieter Erasmus says that he is delighted that Shangri-La is “expanding”, improving not only its offering, but also giving families that visit Shangri-La an experience that is catering to their needs.
Shangri-La’s birthday celebrations will kick off with Family Breakfast Picnic Baskets that guests can book in advance. Baskets are for 2 adults and 2 children and cost R195. Guests will also receive a complimentary round of putt putt with their picnic baskets. This breakfast offering is served from 7am to 10am.
Canapes will be offered to guests who attend the opening of The Pavilion and its surrounding rose gardens, followed by the Mother’s Day 4-course buffet luncheon served from 12pm. Bookings are essential. To book, call 014 718 1600.
Shangri-La also offers an overnight weekend package at only R995 per adult sharing per night. The package includes:
• 1 night’s shared accommodation inclusive of breakfast daily in our standard hotel rooms.
• Dinner for two.
• Neck, back and shoulder massager per person.
• Wine on arrival and a bouquet of flowers, with a special Mother’s Day gift.
The package is subject to availability and is valid for the entire month of May (1 – 31 May 2015). Bookings are essential.