Ngwenya is open for BUSINESS Stays

The Ngwenya Lodge Team is excited to welcome weary business travellers during the eased lockdown level three regulations. We understand your need for rest and relaxation when travelling for business and look forward to your arrival, where you can expect the very best in customer service from our dedicated personnel. While intra-provincial leisure travel is currently allowed, so too is intra- and inter-provincial business travel. This means that you can still enjoy that feel-good-holiday-feeling, while taking care of business. We look forward to welcoming you for a lovely business-related stay!

What you will need:

Each individual checking-in at Ngwenya for intra-provincial business purposes must present the following documentation at Reception, upon arrival;

  • Employer letter outlining the purpose of the business travel (Declaration on company letterhead)
  • Copy of business-travellers ID

Each individual checking-in at Ngwenya for inter-provincial business purposes must present the following documentation at Reception, upon arrival;

  • Employer letter outlining the purpose of the business travel (Declaration on company letterhead)
  • Permit as per Form 2 of the Regulations
  • Copy of business-travellers ID

Please remember that each person must present this documentation; no ‘accompanying travellers’ will be permitted to stay at the Lodge without the relevant documentation.

Complying with government regulations:

Please read through the below limitations for travel to Ngwenya Lodge, as outlined and enforced by government. No exceptions will be made.

  • Family (wife, husband, children or other relatives or friends) will not be permitted on the Resort
  • Maximum two persons sharing
  • The Kiosk will be open to sell select snacks and cold drinks
  • Please contact the Lodge directly for information pertaining to the Restaurant
  • Guests must adhere to Lodge Rules and Regulations while staying at Ngwenya

Additional Health and Safety travel measurements:

  • Completed documentation needs to be made available to the Lodge, including; full name, identity number or passport number, nationality, residential address and cell phone contact
  • All persons must wear a mask upon entering the Resort premises and in public areas at all times
  • All persons must undergo temperature screening upon arrival
  • All persons must complete a screening questionnaire

Ngwenya Lodge remains committed to providing you with a most comfortable stay, while upholding stringent health and safety protocols. For your health and safety, as well as that of other guests and our own Team, kindly take note that certain common areas will remain closed, decorative pieces have been removed and sanitation procedures implemented. These, and other protocols, have been implemented at Ngwenya with our guests’ health in mind.

Please be in touch with our Reservations Team directly for further clarification, to make a reservation or request documentation to be completed prior to your arrival: reservations@ngwenya.co.za

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