WINK, a self-catering aparthotel located in the heart of the Mother City in Cape Town, has opened up 30 fully furnished, sanitised studio apartments for immediate occupation, for short- and long-stay rentals at discounted rates, for those affected by Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown restrictions.
Preference will be given to people who qualify to be quarantined, for example healthcare professionals, repatriated citizens returning from high-risk countries and domestic travellers restricted by travel bans. WINK’s location on the Foreshore is within walking distance of Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital for guests who require medical treatment and is minutes away from various retail outlets such as V&A Waterfront for guests to stock up on essentials.
The entire hotel has been ULV-fogged in line with National Health and Safety requirements and the stay includes a weekly cleaning service overseen and conducted by an assigned COVID-19 Health and Safety Officer.
Each spacious apartment comes fully furnished and is equipped with a compact kitchenette – they are fitted as self-catering units, but there is, however, the freedom and flexibility of opting for 3 x packaged meals per day, prepared and delivered by an accredited COVID-19 service provider; or guests can order in.
Zane de Decker, MD of Flyt Property Investment, who own and manage WINK Aparthotel, says, “Corporate South Africa and her people need to be doing what they can, however, they can, to support those in need during this time of crisis – we are happy to be able to provide a safe place to stay for those seeking quarantine premises.”
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