Protea Midrand New Eco Spa


The Mmathibedi Eco Spa has just opened at the 4-star Protea Hotel Midrand
half way between the bustling cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria.

The Mmathibedi Eco Spa is a truly African spa that provides inner peace,
quietude and tranquillity. Mmathibedi Eco Spa believes in creating a place
where the mind, body and soul can be in a state of total peace and wellness
and the philosophy is that a spa experience is a way of life rather than a luxury.
The spa offers a range of treatments that include facials, massage, tinting, manicures and pedicures.

The Protea Hotel Midrand is situated in a beautifully landscaped garden.
As befits a 4–Star Protea Hotel, plush elegance is evident from the moment
you enter the spacious foyer with its sophisticated combination of Italian granite, cherry wood finishes and lofty glass–and–wood–rafted ceiling. This level of quality extends to the Hotel’s spacious 177 rooms.

All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, executive work desks and chair, wireless internet access,
European & UK adapters, air conditioning, electronic safes that can accommodate
laptops and all bedrooms are soundproofed.

Suitable for meetings, seminars and gala dinners, the Protea Hotel Midrand
can accommodate up to 150 delegates in impressive style. This 4–Star Hotel
is also an upmarket wedding venue promising all the elegance and style
needed for that special occasion.

For more information contact

Samantha Bartlett
Senior Account Director Irvine Partners
(+27) 21 424-5594
083 3177 062

About Protea Hotels

Protea Hotels is Africa’s largest and leading hotel group and has a footprint of more than
120 properties throughout South Africa and seven other African countries, including Zambia,
Nigeria, Namibia and Kenya amongst others. Each hotel is uniquely different in character and
the collection ranges from urban accommodation to country retreats, all in the 3 and 4-star
markets. Protea Hotels is the winner of 2 World Travel Awards for Best Hotel Group in Africa,
winner of 3 Sunday Times Markinor Top Hotel Brand Awards and the winner of 2 Coolest Hotel Group
in the Sunday Times Generation Next awards.

The hotel group became a wholly owned South African company again in April 2009 after a
consortium comprising Protea Hotels management, its BEE shareholders and Investec Private
Equity bought back the 74 percent stake the hotel group sold to Australian-based Stella
Hospitality Group three years ago.

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