Address: The Core,
1st Floor South
Cnr Kikuyu and Leeukop Streets
Phone: 0861 115 314;
Situated in Sunninghill, just off Rivonia road, Focus Rooms is located 500 metres from the N1 highway (Rivonia off-ramp) in a convenient and easily accessible position in the heart of leafy Sunninghill. This conference centre in Sandton is affiliated to 5-star guest houses located in close proximity to the centre and they provide shuttle services for conference guests staying with them.
The catering service is of 5-star quality and all dietary requirements are accommodated. Parking is free and there is 24 hour security on the property.
Accommodation is not available on site but we have preferential rates with hotels in the area. Contact Lerato Mathize on 011 807 3294 or email email@example.com should you require information on accommodation in the area.
Should you require accommodation we suggest you check out the various options available on: www.sa-venues.com/accommodation/sunninghill.php
Note the cost of overnight accommodation or any travel is not included in your registration fee.
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