Friday 2019-03-22




By Nonduduzo Kunene | 2019-03-15


FINALLY Hilton Garden Inn hotel is opening for business from May 1, 2019.

Minister of Public Service Christian Ntshangase announced yesterday at the Hilton Garden Inn briefing held at the Public Service Pensions Fund building in Mbabane. Present at the press briefing were Principal Secretary Evart Madlopha, PSPF Chief Executive Officer Langalakhe Dlamini, General Manager of Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Christine Ndlovu, members of the media houses and many more. The minister thanked Hilton hotel for choosing to partner with PSPF on the project. He assured Eswatini would be indeed the destination of choice given the establishment of such a state of the art project. 

 The minister said he had no doubt that guests would have an experience of a life time at the hotel. He said having such world class hotels in the country would attract more tourists through increased usage of hospitality facilities. Moreover, the scenic hotel is in line with the call by His Majesty King Mswati III in his Speech from The throne at the opening of Parliament last month where he emphasised on the need to attract more tourists to the country through increased usage of hospitality facilities. That is why it is so befitting that PSPF has partnered with the Hilton Hotel for this reputable international brand with a successful presence in about 113 countries to run the hotel on behalf of PSPF. “Tourism has also been identified as one of the four priority growth sectors in the economy by His Majesty and as government we take that seriously,” he said.

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