Peermont upgrades Emperors Palace


Peermont’s Emperors Palace in Johannesburg is undergoing a series of improvements and upgrades.

The 5-star D’oreale Grande hotel is converting its fourth into a ‘suite floor’, which is expected to open 10 new suites in August.

Aurelia’s restaurant is being refurbished with new decor and will soon offer a ‘chill lounge’ for early check-ins.

The Queen of the Nile restaurant, which will be given a new name once refurbishment is completed, will be expanded and given a new interior design scheme.
Work has already started on the Emperors Palace Convention Centre entrance, which is receiving a grand makeover. This six-week renovation project will also include the cladding of exterior wall coverings, new carpeting and tiling, and other decorative features. Work is expected to be completed in June.

Other Peermont properties have also received upgrades and refurbishments.

Graceland in Secunda, Mpumalanga, has launched the new Madison’s Bistro restaurant, introduced a new spa and gym, and is refurbishing rooms on the third floor of the hotel, as well as all suites.

Mmabatho Palms in Mafikeng, North West province, has completed the refurbishment of the first 40 rooms and bathrooms in the hotel, is upgrading the Legotla bar, installing a new gym, and resurfacing the car park.

Frontier Inn, in Bethlehem, Free State, has introduced superior rooms and an outside bar terrace to its Coachman’s Saloon.

Khoroni in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, is expanding its hotel with another five rooms, has improved all public bathrooms, and has completed a new tarred car park for hotel and casino visitors.