Spectrum Morningside Luxury All-Suite Hotel - a new aparthotel development in Morningside, Sandton, offering both business and tourist travellers luxurious accommodation and total convenience.

Spectrum is not just an aparthotel, but also a great hotel offering in its own right. Its outstanding Hotel Suites provide the astute buyer with a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase off-plan into a hotel and its income stream.

Conveniently situated on a prime view site on Rivonia Road in Morningside, Sandton, Spectrum enjoys exclusive direct secure pedestrian access to the redeveloped Wedge Shopping Centre, offering every amenity a guest would require.

The individual Suites are expertly designed and beautifully configured by well-known architects AMA and focus on providing every comfort and luxury, meeting the needs of all guests and their families.​

"Sandton, being the financial capital of Southern Africa, enjoys a growing demand for quality short-term accommodation. For this reason, the aparthotel industry within the area has shown particularly significant growth in recent years" Peet Strauss.​​

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Unit Type A

50 m²

6 m²

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Unit Type A1

63 m²

15 m²

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Unit Type B

24 m²

4 m²

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Unit Type B (Combined 1Bed + Studio)

75 m²

10 m²

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Aparthotel Market

According to PwC’s 6th edition of Hotels Outlook 2016-2020 (July 2016) (“PwC Report”), revenue derived from hotel room accommodation in South Africa rose some 8.1% in 2015 to R14.2 billion, an increase in stay unit nights and a concurrent 6.5% rise in average room rates.

The Global Serviced Apartment Industry Report (2016/17) (“Global Report”) notes a global increase of some 80% in Aparthotels since 2008.

With stay unit nights growing faster than room supply, the average occupancy rate is forecast to rise from 59.6% in 2015 to 62.6% in 2020. In Johannesburg, “stay unit nights rose 8% and room revenue increased more than 20% in 2015”.​

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