Century City Conference Centre (CCCC) has announced a R15 million investment which will be used to increase its capacity with the addition of a new venue, and to enhance its Business Lounge experience with refurbishments.
Gary Koetser, CEO of the Century City Conference Centre and Hotels, says, “This significant expansion directly reflects the success of the Centre and the growing demand we have experienced. The investment is testament to our commitment to maintaining our position as Cape Town’s premier conference venue”.
“This significant expansion directly reflects the success of the Centre and the growing demand we have experienced.”
In terms of the upgrades to the Business Lounge, Bernard Abrahams, the Conference Centre Operations Manager, says, “Within the Business Lounge, attendees can look forward to an exceptional level of comfort and functionality. The lounge will now boast innovative meeting pods and sound-proof concentration pods, creating an ideal setting for productive discussions and brainstorming sessions.”
“The lounge will now boast innovative meeting pods and sound-proof concentration pods, creating an ideal setting for productive discussions and brainstorming sessions.”
He adds, “The introduction of comfortable seating arrangements aims to promote relaxation and collaboration, ensuring that every moment spent in this space is both productive and enjoyable. Additionally, the lounge will showcase designer finishes throughout, elevating the aesthetic experience.”
Gary adds, “We believe that every detail contributes to the success of our clients’ events, and the redesigned Business Lounge embodies this commitment.’’
An increased capacity
The brand-new venue that will be built at the CCCC will expand the centre’s existing space by 500 m², bringing its total eventing floor space to 3 000m².
The CCCC promises its new offering will elevate guest experiences, while continuing to offer world-class amenities and an exceptional level of service.
The refurbishment and new venue is set to launch in early January 2024.
Cover image: As seen at the new venue which is under construction (L-R), CEO Gary Koetser, Operations Manager Bernard Abrahams, and Executive Chef Abbas Abrahams.