The multi-award winning Saxon Hotel, Villas and Spa, Johannesburg, has combined its three properties to form The Saxon Collection in an effort to provide a seamless guest experience.
Since opening in 1992, The Saxon’s private and residential feel has made it the choice of international visitors and locals alike, and two additions to The Saxon portfolio, both located on the grounds of the Shambala Private Game Reserve, offer a different experience than that of the flagship property altogether.
Saxon Collection managing director George Cohen explained: “Each of the three properties in this remarkable collection offer something totally different, from history to food, to conservation and wellness, yet all have a true sense of place and commitment to African luxury.
“The Saxon Collection looks forward to expanding its portfolio of hotels, taking guests on a true African journey with unforgettable experiences and unparalleled luxury.”
The Saxon Collection gives guests the opportunity to experience the beauty of African bushveld in luxurious surrounds of Zulu Camp, an idyllic bush retreat.
The most recent addition to The Saxon Collection is The Nelson Mandela Centre for Reconciliation, otherwise referred to as The Mandela House, built especially for the former president as his personal retreat.
Until now, the property had been closed as a mark of respect since Mandela’s passing in 2013 but is, for the first time, available to the public to book in its entirety – whether for small groups of families.
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