Avani Windhoek Hotel & Casino has redefined the dining and social scene in Namibia’s capital, through its signature rooftop restaurant, bar and ballroom atop the hotel on the 15th floor, with great views overlooking Windhoek. Stratos is the ideal place to enjoy amazing food and drinks, all accompanied by a magnificent view overlooking the city of Windhoek.

Complete with a fully functioning kitchen, two bars, a pool and pool deck, the entertaining space sets itself apart because of its positioning and the views it offers.

Gaborone’s social hub

In its aim to provide residents of Gaborone with a social hub, Avani Gaborone Resort & Casino is offering guests more variety with its dining outlets. The resort has launched a new menu at its signature restaurant, Mahogany’s, and has collaborated with Motswana artist, Kagiso Maphorisa, to showcase his contemporary abstract paintings at the restaurant. The new menu is locally sourced and inspired by regional flavours and served by knowledgeable staff, while the collaboration with Maphorisa aims to support local artists and create awareness of Botswana’s diverse arts and culture. A new pizza oven, pool cabanas, volleyball court and kids’ play area will ensure that the whole family are entertained when visiting Avani Gaborone Resort & Casino.

Roof of Africa takes to Lesotho Highlands

The world’s toughest off-road endurance race, the annual Roof of Africa, Mother of Hard Enduro, will take place in The Kingdom in the Sky from December 5-7. The bucket-list event attracts 400 competitors from around the world, challenging contestants to ride hundreds of kilometres through Lesotho’s highlands, attracting the world’s best extreme Enduro competitors. The event is a key activity for Lesotho’s tourism industry.  Avani Lesotho Hotel & Casino is one of the main sponsors of the event and is offering guests special rates on accommodation over the event.

Friday Nights at Avani Pemba Beach Hotel

Avani Pemba Beach Hotel hosts Friday-night parties at Clube Naval on the resorts’ beach front. Entrainment is provided by Mozambique’s local DJs and guests can enjoy a Friday night listening to good music and enjoying international cuisine from the restaurant’s kitchen.

“Avani hotels are designed for the way people travel now, and we think it’s all about balance. Buzzy social spaces that flow with the mood of the day and honest, fresh and locally inspired food. At each of our seven Avani properties in Southern Africa, guests will find a hotel that gets the balance just right!” says Mark Havercroft, Minor Hotels Regional Director, Africa.

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