A lavish theatrical space, the Fine Living Ballroom can be transformed to fit any occasion whether for corporate meetings, conferences, cocktail or banqueting functions. This room can accommodate 40 to 80 people seated (it can accommodate more for a cocktail function), with the adjacent open-air courtyard (“the Courtyard”) creating a natural break-away area which can seat 16. The Ballroom is the perfect space for every occasion.
Inspired by fashion icon Vivienne Westwood (look out for her gorgeous wallpaper), the Westwood has the look of a high-end Manhattan apartment. Situated in the front section of Fine Living, it serves as a cutting-edge yet inviting breakaway area. This space includes a café bar with comfortable seating where guests can chill out over a cappuccino. It is ideal for high-teas and intimate birthday celebrations.
An elegant north facing room that can accommodate 90 pax seated and up to 120 pax for a cocktail event. The space is flexible and can be set up as a theatre, fine dining, conference, wedding celebrations or cocktail events. The Madiba is a perfect breakaway to a Ballroom function and can be transformed into a versatile lounge with existing soft furnishings. The Westwood and Lincoln Lounge and Bar compliment as service bars to this space.
A secluded and sophisticated space that creates an atmosphere of fun and sultry intrigue. This space includes a gorgeous leather-clad bar, HD smart TV and the finest art and décor pieces. Accommodating up to 45 people, this bar is perfect for intimate birthday celebrations, sumptuous after-work drinks and it acts as a wonderful accompaniment to the Ballroom for large dinner parties.
The popular Fine Living Courtyard is a stylish open-air retreat, sheltered by walls and a pergola. A relaxed seating area allows guests to make the most of the fresh air and sunshine – or better still, moonlit Highveld evenings. The Courtyard is a natural extension of the Ballroom, creating a wonderful venue for intimate celebrations, festive gatherings and launches, or perhaps listening to a roving saxophonist.