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Sky Dining Takes Off at Fairway Hotel

Fancy vertigo with your veggies, served with an entrée of adrenalin?

Sky-dining-1Sky Events will be taking 22 diners up 40m in the sky at a time,  for the next few months at the award-winning Fairway Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort. With a wonderful 360 degree view of the Randpark Golf Course greenery, guests will enjoy either breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks, prepared by the Executive Chef and his excellent team.

Sky Events and award-winning Chef Jean-Piere Siegenthaler’s menus for  the airborne guests are mouth- watering and include taste bud treats such as baby potato and goats cheese terrine,  duck leg confit, topped with forest mushrooms and  Cappuccino cheese cake.

Sky-dining-3Wine orders are taken prior to ‘take-off’ and all guests are securely strapped in. “Safety is our major priority,” says Hilary Elmira owner of Sky Events. “German TÜV certification norms have been adhered to – the toughest safety certification in the world. Everything, from the seat belts to the crane, was conceived with an obsessive attention to detail as far as safety is concerned.”

Breakfast is available at R320pp, lunch at R395pp and dinner at R590pp.  For those who have limited time on hands, a 30 minute sky lift with a snack menu is available at R220pp.

To add to the sensory extravaganza, discounted winter accommodation and spa packages are available from Anusha on [email protected]. Corporations and their executive teams are encouraged to use this opportunity to reward staff after a conference or even as a year end function, closer to the end of the year.

Booking for the Sky Dining experience can be made on the Computicket website and Hilary is available on [email protected] for further information. Booking is absolutely essential due to the limited numbers available. Detailed packages and prices are available on the Specials page of

 To win a Sky Dining experience, visit the  Guvon Hotels Facebook page and share the competition post. Competition closes 1 May 2014.


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