We recently visited the brand new Capital On The Park Hotel located on swanky Katherine Street, in the heart of Sandton, The Capital Hotels has brought world class aesthetics to its’ very own park resort complex. Almost a year since they opened their doors, we couldn’t find this article more fitting.
Here’s everything you should know:
Prime location in Sandton
Capital On The Park is located at 101 Katherine Street and overlooks the glimmering Sandton CBD and attractions easily accessible from the resort include Sandton City and Benmore Shopping Malls, the Gautrain station, Johannesburg Stock Exchange and US Embassy. The hotel also has its own exclusive entrance and elevators away from the rest of the loud resort complex.
The Capital’s World Class elegance meets the playful Jozi
Blending in with the playful Katherine Street, but still remaining very Capital, the business centric hotel takes inspiration from its surroundings in its palette with multiple shades of grey, blacks and touches of gold to brighten the mood.
Only king-sized beds and one of a kind artwork in these rooms
The hotel’s 305 rooms and suites, also designed by the French architect Jacques Garcia, houses only king-sized beds and custom furnishings in each room. Original artwork can be generously found in each apartment, with crisp linen and a mixture of tiled and carpet floors, give the rooms a lavish yet residential feel.
Bar inspired by the classical theatres of France
Drink in the Gold & Grey velvet aesthetic of the Capital Bar that serves food all day and entertains with live music – most nights.
Plenty of configurable spaces for meetings and celebrations
The Capital on The Park is well-equipped to host any kind of event indoors or outdoors at the pool deck with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, turn-key event planning services and specially catered menus from the resident chef. Intimate private dining areas are available at either the main bar, Champagne bar or Pool and deck area.
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