Among the most favoured destinations in South Africa is Cape Town, which offer a number of the best hotels in the African Continent.
Visitors can partake in dinner at a working harbour, dance into the early morning hours in the centre of the city, or lodge up on the slopes of one of the most acclaimed mountains in the world.
Irrespective your preferences, you’ll certainly find a hotel in Cape Town that suits your requirement.
The Commodore Hotel
Portswood Road, Portswood Square, V & A Waterfront
The four star Commodore Hotel is located at the illustrious Victoria & Albert Waterfront in Cape Town.
Given its location near the centre of the city, it’s ideal for guests who wish to take advantage of Cape Town’s fascinating sights and attractions.
Table Mountain is a mere three minute drive from the hotel, while the V&A Waterfront with its assortment of shops, eateries, and entertainment facilities is a couple of minutes’ walk.
The hotel provides views over to Table Mountain, Lions Head, Signal Hill, Table Bay, Granger Bay, and Robben Island.
Victoria & Alfred Hotel
Waterfront Pierhead, V&A Waterfront
Guests are afforded a popular central location at the heart of the exuberant V&A Waterfront at this four star hotel. Set on the water’s edge and offering wonderful views over the water and up to Table Mountain, the hotel is suited to those who arrive in the city for business or those who seek a healthy dose of leisure activities to occupy their time.
The waterfront area is an ideal place whereby visitors can explore the sights, which include the Clock Towner, Castle of Good Hope, Robben Island, Two Oceans Aquarium, the beaches at Clifton and Camps Bay, and of course Table Mountain.
- West Quay
- V&A Waterfront
With its location at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Cape Grace – an award-winning hotel – provides stylish accommodation and world class services and facilities to all its guests.
The hotel is situated on its own private quay at the harbor and enjoys a prime location at Cape Town’s most frequented shopping and tourist attraction.
Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront
Beach Road, Granger Bay
Situated at the water’s edge off Table Bay, the Radisson Blue Hotel Waterfront affords views across to Robben Island. The V&A Waterfront shopping center is a 15-minute walk from the hotel.
At the front of the hotel, the business class rooms provide sea views, while at the rear, standard rooms have views over to Cape Town Stadium.
The 5-star hotel comes with a fine dining establishment, a swimming pool, and a gym. It’s been recently renovated to reflect a more nautical feel, with a décor of white and blue and wooden flooring throughout.
The Capital Mirage
40 Chiappini Street & Cnr Waterkant Street
With the excellent back drop of Table Mountain, the Capital Mirage affords a particularly central location in the trendy De Waterkant area of the city.
The streets in this part of the city are decked out with boutiques, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, restaurants, and tapas bars, which have taken inspiration from the romance of the boulevards of Paris.
The property features 65 rooms and apartments, in addition to a swimming pool and bar on the rooftop, a gym, a spa, and several restaurants.