Michaelangelo Hotel

by Jul 10, 20170 comments

Start your own ‘Legacy’ at the five-star Michelangelo Hotel on Nelson Mandela Square.

It’s guaranteed to bring sparkle and panache to what will be one of the most important days of your life.

Known worldwide for its sheer opulence, the magnificent L’Incontro Ballroom will impress with its capacity for 160 guests, while the Il Paviglione sets the benchmark for the perfect ceremony with its 100 guest seating capability. Offers The start of your journey together should be all you’ve ever dreamed of and more. The exceptionally dedicated team at The Michelangelo Hotel ensures that every last detail is taken care of. Venue hire prices differ depending on what day of the week you’ll be exchanging vows, but start from as little as R11,000. The Michelangelo offers a lavish Bridal Room so brides can get ready in unparalleled comfort.

From the walk down the aisle to the first dance and the cutting of the cake, everything is stylish and elegant. The Michelangelo Hotel even offers a special cake knife for you to cut your cake and to keep forever after! Spend your first night in the honeymoon suite and enjoy breakfast as newlyweds in The Michelangelo’s famous Piccolo Mondo Restaurant. The Michelangelo Hotel also has special family and friends rates that can be arranged for your wedding guests should they require accommodation. There is a fully equipped spa (with a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and indoor heated pool), where the couple or bridal party can enjoy sumptuous treatments at special rates. Menu Couples have the option of a trained bridal butler available to assist with any food and beverage, unpacking or special errands that are required on the day of your wedding (booked with your coordinator at least one month prior to your event). The hotel is famous for its excellent dining options and catering for your wedding is of prime importance. Perfect for Those who want a fairy tale wedding with all the trimmings in a luxurious setting.

Contact +27 11 282 7000 |

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