We just love the beautiful rooftop deck at the iconic Sandton Sun, and are delighted that the San Deck has re-launched just in time for summer cocktail sippers to enjoy the vibes and views of Sandton’s beautiful skyline as the sun sets.
San Deck is vibrant, stylish, and comfy and offers a number of pretty unique spaces, from the pool area, to the restaurant, to the comfy couches and lounge areas, and a new rooftop garden area which was created through the intricate use of metal lattice screens, foliage and trees, different levels, atmospheric lighting, eye-catching design elements and comfortable, relaxed seating.
Ravi Nadasen, COO of Tsogo Sun hotels, says, “The full refurbishment of the Sandton Sun’s San Deck, coupled with the introduction of menus designed for sharing and enjoying throughout the day and into the night, along with San Deck’s exceptional local artisanal beverage options will ensure memorable experiences for local and international guests, providing a beautiful space for intimate get togethers or for celebratory events with family, friends and colleagues.”
The food and drinks menu reflect the style and variety of its setting, and showcases fine, seasonal, and sustainable South African produce, and features a wide selection of snack and meal options. Social options include items such as sushi, oysters, homemade deck sliders, calamari and other South African favourites.
The drinks menu offers premium craft gin and rum, single grain, single malt, and blended whisky, brandy, vodka, agave, and liqueurs. The menu includes a range of local craft beers and ciders, and an exceptional wine list, including a variety of champagnes, sparkling wine and a selection of Tsogo Sun’s auction wines. Imported premium spirits and bespoke cocktails offer variety for every occasion.
San’s inviting and unique outdoor spaces offer a retreat for relaxation or energising, easing in or winding down.
The music complements the contemporary and energetic heart of South Africa’s business hub, and in the evenings, resident DJs deliver a pulsating Afrocentric beat.