aha Kopanong Hotel & Conference Centre Gets Upgraded

Gallivant Africa

Stylish Johannesburg property, aha Kopanong Hotel & Conference Centre’s conference facilities have just undergone a R1.6m upgrade. The renovations include a complete internal and external overhaul of the hotel’s conference centres, elevating the world-class Benoni venue to even more desirable heights as a premier conferencing destination.

Additional touches incorporate new wall décor, lighting, carpeting and custom-made furniture in the Business Centre and Conference Lobby areas. Touch-ups and new splashes of colour have been added to the inviting reception area, all public areas, guest restrooms and corridors.

Flexible places for informal meetings are a priority, which has resulted in the creation of more breakout spaces outside the meeting rooms where delegates can continue their discussions. In addition to this, we’ve enhanced the wireless connectivity with ample bandwidth in all areas, affording delegates and guests seamless and uninterrupted connectivity. The new lobby space can also be used for intimate cocktail receptions and informal business meetings.

aha Kopanong Hotel & Conference Centre is ideally central. It’s situated in Benoni, Ekurhuleni, very close to OR Tambo International Airport and not far from Johannesburg or Pretoria.

It’s universally recognised as a leading conference and event venue in Gauteng, offering flexible venue spaces, cinema-style seating for up to 420 guests, school room-style seating for 300 and a banquet-style setting for up to 260. Each area is equipped with the latest in cutting-edge conferencing technology and offers free unthrottled WiFi and interconnectivity throughout.

Miriro Matema
the authorMiriro Matema
Born in Zimbabwe and living in South Africa, Miriro is a seasoned publishing editor and writer, having worked with leading brands in investment, business leadership and entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa’s development, Miriro is also a dynamic marketing consultant with 10 years experience working with startups and large multinational corporations. With a heart for travel, Miriro spends her time discovering the nooks of crannies of Africa’s hidden gems, taking the roads less travelled, meeting the beautiful people that call Africa home while exploring their food and culture. Miriro is currently a writer with Byolife Travel and Gallivant Africa

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