The Saxon Hotel Named World’s Leading Boutique Hotel For the Sixth Year in a Row

THE WORLD TRAVEL AWARDS NAMES THE SAXON HOTEL WORLD’S LEADING BOUTIQUE HOTEL FOR THE SIXTH YEAR IN A ROW

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (09/21/06) – Achieving top honors for the sixth consecutive year, the Saxon Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa, was presented the World’s Leading Boutique Hotel Award on Wednesday, September 20 at the World Travel Awards gala ceremony in the Turks & Caicos, Caribbean. Over two million votes were cast worldwide for these awards from 167,000 travel agencies and professionals in 200 countries.

A worthy recipient of numerous highly acclaimed international awards, the Saxon has achieved world renown for outstanding and unparalleled South African hospitality. The Saxon is also delighted to have become an official member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World this year as well.

The Saxon brand is currently undergoing an exciting transformation and repositioning itself as the ultimate in luxurious African elegance, with the 24 magnificently appointed suites designed to meet the most discerning tastes. The restaurant is tastefully decorated with understated elegance and guests are invited to savor superb delicacies prepared to perfection by world-class chefs. The Saxon is an ideal venue for hosting romantic weddings and celebrating anniversaries

in spectacular style, as well as throwing cocktail parties and hosting formal banquets with a distinctive flourish and flair. And the pièce de resistance: the exquisite new Saxon Spa and Studio, designed with the most up-to-date equipment and beauty, health and wellness treatments, from a bouquet of hydrotherapies to the Signature Sound Therapy and innovative Rasul Chamber.

Rates at the Saxon are as follows: Egoli Suite rates range from $620, Presidential Suites range from $1,200, and rates for Platinum Suites range from $2,320. All rates per suite per night and include breakfast and tax.

For more information on the Saxon please e-mail karenvs@co.za or visit the website at www.thesaxon.com.

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