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Southern Sun opens StayEasy Lusaka

30 Nov 2011 12:27
Southern Sun Hotels has announced the latest addition to its hotels in Africa, the StayEasy Lusaka. The new StayEasy Lusaka hotel caters for the business traveller who value expediency and convenience and is centrally located in the newly developed, Levy Business Park in Lusaka.
StayEasy Lusaka makes doing business easy with a meeting room, wireless internet hotspots and workstations. In addition, the hotel is conveniently located along Church Road, minutes from the CBD.

The new hotel offers accommodation and essential business services. Built in accordance with environmentally friendly principles, all 130 rooms are styled with contemporary décor - reflecting the new-look architectural aesthetic. Accommodation options include double or twin bed configurations and all rooms contain flat screen televisions with selected local and DSTV channels, air-conditioning.

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'It is with great pride that we celebrate the opening of the StayEasy Lusaka. We are focused on creating a sense of belonging within our hotel, where people are more than just a room number. We can now with the greatest confidence state that StayEasy Lusaka will be the choice for the business traveller who value practicality and accessibility, says Christopher Nsenje, general manager at StayEasy Lusaka.

For more, go to www.southernsun.com/stayeasy/lusaka
    
 
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