Riboville ready for conferences


Earlier this year, Riboville rebranded from Tintswalo at Waterfall after being acquired by entrepreneur and restauranteur, George Sinovich.

Riboville caters for executive breakaways, and brainstorming and training sessions, with fully-serviced, well-equipped meeting and conference facilities, and a boardroom.

The largest of the rooms can seat up to 55 delegates. There is also a new private meeting and dining room for up to eight people.

Other options include: three small conference rooms, seating four to 10 people, and one medium-sized conference room, seating 30 people.

In terms of accommodation, Riboville has 16 suites, and serves a buffet lunch prepared by head chef, Guy Kleynhans.

Riboville launched its new app earlier this month, which allows guests to create their own event experience by selecting the type of event, venue, preferred seating style, and choosing from a variety of catering options. Audio-visual equipment can also be selected for the event in the app, and overnight stays can be added at an additional cost.



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