Wednesday, 13 March 2019 06:58

Luxury rental suites launch in Sea Point

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Short-term rental company Totalstay has partnered with Elemental Property Developers to launch Elements Luxury Suites, a development in upper Sea Point, Cape Town, offering a variety of luxury accommodation for short-term stays.

The development boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean, offering contemporary two-bedroom apartments, spread out over two separate buildings – Elements on Main and Elements on Battery.

Accommodation ranges from Luxury to Deluxe Suites in Elements on Main to Luxury and Penthouse Suites in Elements on Battery, with daily housekeeping services, 24-hour concierge support, airport transfers and various other benefits. All suites feature designer décor, state-of-the-art amenities and various sustainable living features.

Totalstay offers a turn-key vacation rental solution that allows property owners to enjoy a fully managed approach to short term rentals.

Totalstay partnered with Cape Town property developers Berman Bros at The Verge Aparthotel in 2015, where they took over management of the top three floors of the building and conceptualised Sea Point's first aparthotel. Three years later, Totalstay runs the hotel operation on a management contract model.

Rael Phillips, Totalstay MD, says: “We are targeting the serviced apartment sector heavily over the next 12 to 18 months, with over 250 units in the pipeline. Our aim is to be the go-to operator in the sector by 2020, offering an unparalleled hospitality solution for owners, developers, funds and, of course, our guests. We manage the full supply chain from marketing and reservations, all the way through to housekeeping and maintenance.”

Totalstay markets the accommodation on various online travel websites along with a network of local and international travel and rental agents, corporate clients and film companies. 

Source: TU

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