The above statement is straight from one of the guests who stayed at Casta Diva Boutique Hotel, nestled on the northern side of the Magaliesberg mountain range. At this beautiful place, guests are hardly ever disappointed.
Taking a look at their performance and ratings on TripAdvisor.com and Google profiles, which expose the Boutique Hotel for what it is – a hidden gem where guests feel welcome and taken care of. They have been awarded a number of well-deserved Certificates of Excellence. Casta Diva is the ideal location for… well, any kind of stay. If you need to be in Pretoria for work, why not stay at a place where you can combine the ‘office’ with a touch of leisure? With the excellent on-site Charisma Restaurant, you can conveniently take a culinary adventure without even leaving the premises. Serving a variety of dishes, the general consensus among guests is that the food is ‘excellent’. Not to mention the immaculate table settings, crystal glassware, and the attentive service provided by the hosts. For wine lovers, there is a selected range of delicious, international and South African wines to choose from.
On stage at Casta Diva’s own theatre, Vissi d’Arte, on 25 August:
Growing Old Disgracefully – a light-hearted, frank look at the funny side of ageing.
Join internationally celebrated cabaret artist, Tonya Koenderman, and sassy saxophonist/pianist, Connie Bentlage, in this hilarious comedy cabaret.
Do you put your car keys in the fridge? Do you walk into a room and forget why you went there in the first place? Are your arms starting to resemble bat wings? You are not alone! Come and enjoy a glass of wine, or six, with this decadent duo and delight in an evening of laughter and tears.
All of your favourite songs will be featured, with a wicked twist. The evergreen but, perhaps, dated ‘My Favorite Things’ has been rebooted to embrace more age-appropriate themes. ‘All About That Bass’ (or, rather, ‘base’) is now an ode to makeup and other anti-ageing tools, while the classic ‘Memories’, from the musical Cats, is now about… well, we can’t remember. All in all, you can look forward to a side-splitting night of entertainment and fun from these two accomplished artists. Sorry, in advance, for the new laugh lines. Growing Old Disgracefully will be on at Casta Diva on the 25th of August. Tickets are R150. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit their website at www.castadiva.co.za for more information, and keep an eye on their Facebook pages [Casta Diva the Place to | Casta Diva’s Charisma | Casta Diva’s Vissi d’Arte] to stay up-to-date with events and special offers.
So treat yourself to a getaway like no other. Visit Casta Diva – The place to… simply be.