Nestled on the northern slopes of the Magaliesberg mountain range, this stunningly beautiful boutique hotel is hidden away from the ‘hustle and bustle’ of Gauteng. At Casta Diva, people come together to have fun and relax…
Casta Diva Boutique Hotel’s 29 luxurious rooms are all air-conditioned. With its beautiful garden, frequent on-site entertainment, and access to hiking trails on the mountain, Casta Diva truly offers an escape from the hectic cities. Little treasures and many hidden nooks can be found spread across the property (which is almost two hectares); among breathtaking views and serene surroundings. Perfect for a ‘retreat’ on any day of the week. With spring now here, the Jacaranda trees are quickly turning the property purple. Take that special someone, enjoy a weekend away at Pretoria’s best-kept secret, and experience the elegance and rejuvenation of Casta Diva Boutique Hotel.
Casta Diva’s Charisma Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from à la carte menus. Charisma delivers exactly what its name suggests – charm, personality, appeal, magnetism and allure. The restaurant is open to the public but booking for this delightful restaurant is essential.
On Stage at Casta Diva’s Vissi d’Arte Theatre in October:
Baritone Duo presents Pick a Song on Sunday 7 October at 15:00
Spring is most definitely here and the celebrations are still underway. Baritone Duo, Dikgang Mantoro and Thabang Senekal, will pick up where they left off with their concert at Casta Diva in September. This time, they will be letting the audience ‘pick a song’. To encourage audience members to join in the celebration and feel part of the performance, the Baritone Duo will have a top hat available that the audience can randomly pick songs from for them to sing. This promises to be an exciting concert – not even the performers know what is planned!
A Night In Paris on Saturday 27 October at 19:30
This powerful show, starring poised and powerful performer Tonya Koenderman, encapsulates the love of drama and romance as only the French can. It features songs from the ever passionate Édith Piaf: ‘La Vie En Rose’, ‘Mon Dieu’, ‘Non, je ne regrette rien’, ‘Autumn Leaves’ and ‘La Foule’. Not to be forgotten are classics from Jacques Brel such as ‘Ne me quitte pas’ or Charles Aznavour’s ‘Quiet Love’. On a lighter note, Koenderman will portray the fun and folly of Paris with classics such as ‘C’est si bon’, ‘Habanera’, and the ever-sassy ‘Le Jazz Hot’. The show is half English and half French, so those without a flair for the French language can still understand and be transported by this poised and powerful performer. A Night in Paris is sheer entertainment and is bound to pull at your heartstrings.
To book, call 012 542 4449, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp: 081 542 4449.