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posted on 11 June 2013
Club Mykonos, the luxurious Mediterranean-style resort on the shores of Langebaan, has been awarded a Four Star Self Catering grading by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA). The grading comes after a recent focus on developing the facilities and services that the resort offers.
The grading system is an independent quality assessment that helps travelers know what facilities they can expect at their chosen accommodation or conference venues.
The TGCSA’s assessment noted in particular the “excellent standards of multiple bedroom units”, “pristinely maintained grounds and gardens”, and the “outstanding variety of well maintained facilities”.
“We’re delighted at our new 4 star grading,” explained Michelle Goldschmidt, Marketing Manager at Club Mykonos. “Over the past few years we’ve invested heavily in upgrading and adding new facilities, as well as refurbishing our units, so it’s a welcome recognition of our hard work.”
Club Mykonos is known for its breathtaking views and Greek style setting with fully self-catering kalivas. Over the last 25 years Club Mykonos has blossomed into one of the most well known family resorts in South Africa, catering to local and international guests alike.
The resort is the destination of choice when visiting the West Coast, particularly after a recent unit refurbishment programme and upgraded Casino and Health & Leisure area. A number of new additions have also been added, including a new wellness centre, The Little Venice Restaurant, the Leisure Café and an Information Centre offering free informational services to the guests and visitors.
4 star grading