BON Hotels adds four new properties

Posted on 1 July 2020

After months of lockdown regulations, the South African hospitality industry is ready to slowly open up its doors to business travellers around the country. BON Hotels is proud to announce the reopening of five of its properties in KwaZulu-Natal, Free State and Mpumalanga and the opening of four South African hotels new to the BON Hotels brand.

BON Hotels is ready to reopen.

With the addition of four new hotels to the BON Hotels stable in South Africa set to open within the next few weeks, and the reopening of five existing properties in a phased manner throughout June, we see green shoots of positivity starting to spring up at BON Hotels. In compliance with the regulations of South Africa’s Level 3 lockdown, BON Hotels officially opened BON Hotel Waterfront Richards Bay, Die Kliphuis Standerton by BON Hotels and Buckler’s Africa Lodge by BON Hotels earlier this month to accommodate business travellers.

As the demand for business travel increases, from July 1, BON Hotel Bloemfontein Central and BON Hotel Empangeni will reopen, serving a large number of travellers from all over the country. Shishangeni by BON Hotels, situated within the Kruger National Park, is scheduled to reopen towards September 1, 2020.

‘We are grateful to be welcoming new and returning guests to BON Hotels properties across the country. We have taken every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff, while still maintaining our promise of great service’, says Guy Stehlik, CEO of BON Hotels.

‘At BON Hotel Waterfront Richards Bay and Buckler’s Africa Lodge by BON Hotels, we have already welcomed our first guest, with every member of staff wearing their Personal Protective Equipment to ensure that we abide by every guideline set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Tourism and relevant tourism bodies.’

For peace of mind and added safety, some of the measures now in place include special attention to luggage- and cash-handling; symptom screening of all staff, guests and visitors; hands-free sanitising stations in all public areas; clear screens at reservation and restaurant counters; and ongoing training on housekeeping and hygiene procedures. Staff, guests and visitors are also required to wear masks at all times.

To welcome back their loyal guests, the hotels that are reopening are running property-specific discounts on rates, with discounts of up to 40%. Visit to view the specials and book your future stay.

Image credit: Facebook/BON Hotels

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