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Management

Welcome to HS&V Hospitality Management. Your complete solution for dynamic Hotel Management and Marketing.

Our Values

Our Values

We embrace a value based culture. At HS&V Hospitality Management our values underpin our guestrsquo;s experiences.

Meet the Team

Meet the Team

Our Africa team consists of more than 20 professionals to manage and market your Hotel with the reinforcement of over 200 professionals in 30 global offices.

Our Alliances

Our Alliances

By becoming part of HS&V Hospitality Management, you gain direct access to a valuable network - providing you with uncapped international opportunities.

Hotels

Hotels

We offer an exclusive collection of luxurious boutique hotels in exquisite locations.

Spas

Spas

Erinvale Spa invites you to enter a serene space where you can be nurtured, re-energised and revitalised to re-connect mind, body and inner self. We offer handmade wellness solutions and strive to introduce you to the art of relaxation.

Restaurants

Restaurants

We offer a selection of fine restaurants to tantalize your tastebuds.

Vineyards

Vineyards

The picturesque Sylvanvale Vineyards surround the historic Devon Valley Hotel.

Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch

The beautiful town of Stellenbosch, roughly an hour from Cape Town, lies surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains in the Jonkershoek River Valley in one of the most picturesque settings in the Cape. It has the oldest and most famous wine route in South Africa.

Somerset West

Somerset West

Somerset West lies in the Helderberg Basin, surrounded by an amphitheatre of mountains, between the Cape Winelands and False Bay. It has a host of historic and acclaimed estates and is the gateway to the Garden Route.

Accra

Accra

Situated in Ghana, West Africa. Accra is wonderland of natural and architectural beauty, Accra offers outdoor adventures along with fascinating historical buildings, modern shopping and Museums well worth a visit.

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NEWS ARTICLE

Cape Town welcomes seasonal rains and an end to day zero

Published in News on 29 Jun 2018

It is with great pleasure that we note the annual rains have started in Cape Town, rebuilding water supplies and tourism confidence. Now is the time for visitors to come to Cape Town!

The water situation in Cape Town in the past few weeks has significantly improved. As of June the 11th, the Cape Town dam water levels are at 31.8% % versus 20.9% a year ago. This is the first month that current dam levels have exceeded the prior year, and are early signs that the water situation in Cape Town is significantly improving for the year ahead.

With these good early May winter rains, water conservation by residents, farmers, businesses and government stakeholders, increased ground water usage via bore holes, desalination plants coming online, all point to a no-risk of water shortages for 2019.

Hotels have been very successful in reducing their daily water usage by 45% versus the prior year as a result of various smart water wise measures. Tourists have responded favourably and supportingly to the request to be water wise, making the impact on the hotel guest experience minimal.

With water conservation systems now in place in the Western Cape, good early winter rains received, and winter rains expected to be as good or exceed the prior year, Cape Town dam levels are expected to much improved for the 2019 year ahead.

Visitors from across South Africa and the world have watched to see when and how Cape Town will recover from this unprecedented water crisis that faces over 120 cities worldwide. Cape Town has come through the crisis wiser, smarter, more united and more committed to tourism than ever.

Micheal Tollman, CEO Cullinan Holdings