While the Covid pandemic has turned the world and the tourism sector on its head, we’ve used the disruption to regroup, revisit, reinvest and reimagine the Teremok brand that is still going strong under our family vision after 19 years. So, we want to introduce an exciting new concept – the Teremok Private Residence Club.
This allows you to pre-purchase accommodation to use at your discretion. It is purchased in intervals of 10 nights per year for a five-year period. The key here is flexibility, so accommodation can be booked at any time of the year and in whatever increments suit you, whether it be a one-night stopover or a 10-night holiday. As it’s been pre-purchased, the accommodation has been discounted and is not subject to any of the hotel’s annual rates increases. This membership has a once-off purchase fee with no pesky annual fees or subscriptions payable thereafter.
As a valued guest, we’re inviting you to take advantage of our special launch offer that guarantees a saving of more than 50% on accommodation rates. We’re offering membership perks such as a preferential rate for additional nights booked and discounts at the Spa. Limited, exclusive memberships will be available so we wanted to give you first bite of the apple!
We also have a similar concept available for corporates whereby you can pre-purchase accommodation bundles.
We are bursting with pride as Teremok has been voted the 9th Top Small Hotel in Africa (not just South Africa)! This is through the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards for 2021. The reason this award means so much is because it is based purely on independent reviews from guests who have stayed at the properties in question.Thank you for the love!
Earlier this year we also received another award from the British-based LUXLife Magazine – Best Boutique Hotel in KwaZulu-Natal. Awardees must demonstrate expertise within their field, dedication to customer service and a commitment to promoting excellence, which emphasises that “victors are not determined by popularity of votes, but by their contributions to their industry”.