Brought to you by the creative minds behind the rejuvenation of several Cape Town landmarks- such as the old Biscuit Mill- comes the newest addition to this family: the re-imagined River Club.
As a stylish conferencing venue for all occasions, the River Club has much to boast about; including eight beautifully appointed conference rooms of varying size and flexible layout, expansive views of Cape Town’s iconic mountains, dedicated entertainment zones, state-of-the-art AV technology, elegant décor, complimentary Wi-Fi and ample free and secure parking.
The River Club is centrally located with access to Cape Town’s airport, city centre and suburbs; and an easy walk to the newly refurbed Protea Hotel Mowbray, ideal for all accommodation requirements.
Attending to your every request, the onsite catering team has a range of menu options available that also cater for specific dietary requirements like Kosher, Halaal and vegetarian.
The River Club is also host to the Slug & Lettuce restaurant, offering generous portions of crowd-pleasing favourites.
In addition, the River Club boasts a popular driving range and nine-hole Mashie Golf course. The driving range offers sheltered practice bays, allowing for year-round play in comfort and floodlights for evening play.
A variety of different golfing options are available for conference guests, including the VIP golf lounge, where four guests have exclusive access to a private driving range with a free mini-bar and snacks, unlimited balls and usage of the flight scope monitors to track your balls.
If golf is not your thing, our team-building partners, Daddy Adventures, offer a variety of fun team-building exercises at the River Club.
So whether you are hosting a conference, boardroom meeting, trade show, exhibition, private banqueting function, golf day or team-building event, the exciting new River Club can meet your needs.
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