Win a Mother’s Day Experience at the Taj Hotel in Cape Town for You and Mom Worth R2 470

You could win an indulgent afternoon at the Taj Cape Town in celebration of Mother’s Day this month worth R2 470.

The Taj Cape Town’s central location means it’s perfectly positioned for travellers to experience all the Mother City has to offer. The Company’s Garden is in walking distance of the hotel while the Castle of Good Hope, Fugard Theatre and District Six Museum are all a short Uber ride away.

Win an afternoon tea experience with the Taj Cape Town Hotel

Looking for an afternoon indoors? Then take advantage of the Taj Cape Town’s hospitality and enjoy an MCC Afternoon Tea in the The Lobby Lounge at R285pp from 2pm to 6pm daily. Sample traditional afternoon tea savoury items and a variety of sweet items with a glass of Méthode Cap Classique and your choice of coffee or Ronnefeldt tea.

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Make a date with the hotel’s JIVA Spa for some rest and relaxation. Taking its influences from Indian royalty and Eastern wellness philosophies, the JIVA Spa has formulated a spa menu that’s sure to help you forget the stresses of daily life and leave you feeling rejuvenated. The Autumn Bliss 90-minute treatment can be booked at R950pp until the end of June and includes a back, neck and shoulder massage, energising facial and express manicure.

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Win a relaxing treatment at the Taj Cape Town this Mothers Day

What you could win

The Taj Cape Town has given us a Mother’s Day package to give away to one lucky reader that includes an MCC Afternoon Tea and Autumn Bliss spa treatment for two.

How to enter

Fill in your details below to stand a chance to be a winner.

Unfortunately this competition is now closed. Keep an eye on website for more giveaways coming soon.

Terms and conditions

This competition closes on 31 May 2019 at midnight. 

Please note that the prize is valid for six weeks from the day the winner is notified.

Leigh Hermon

A journalist by trade, features writer on occasion and now the digital editor of SA Country Life. The first chance she gets, Leigh will tell you about a podcast she was recently listening to and how you simply have to make the move from radio. In a previous life, she once taught English on Jeju which left her with an insatiable craving for kimchi.

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