Chief Commercial Officer of Peermont, Mark Jakins says the kiosk will be a welcome point of contact for both regular visitors and new guests. "Our aim is to inform and update airport visitors from local and international destinations about 'What's On' at Emperors Palace. This includes information on our luxury hotels, the continents greatest conference facilities and a host of entertainment and dining options, as well as all current and upcoming shows and gaming promotions."
Jakins says guest relations staff can book hotel rooms and show tickets for visitor's right there and then. "When the kiosk is not staffed from 23h00 to 07h00, guests will be able to use the outward facing touch screens to book their own show tickets and hotel stays via Computicket and the Peermont Central Reservations websites. We also offer free shuttles every 20 minutes from the airport bus terminals directly to Emperors Palace."
Gerald Harvey, Executive Creative Director of Mortimer Harvey says the agency worked tirelessly to ensure that the kiosk was built and fully operational for both the opening of the Gautrain station and the kickoff of the 2010 World Cup. "The kiosk is strategically situated below the escalators of the OR Tambo Gautrain station and an ideal showcase to market and promote the Palace of Dreams."