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Hotel:Located on its very own private island lies an exclusive, unparalleled Spa retreat. An oasis...
Hotel:Located on its very own private island lies an exclusive, unparalleled Spa retreat. An oasis of serenity surrounded by water and lush vegetation.
from R6,638
Sleeps 418 in 155 rooms

Hotel:Situated in the Central Business District
Hotel:Situated in the Central Business District
from R650

18 Reviews

Daddy Long Legs Boutique Hotel offers accommodation with a difference. Housed in a beautiful 4...
Daddy Long Legs Boutique Hotel offers accommodation with a difference. Housed in a beautiful 4 storey Victorian (1903) building, this will be the place to stay when in Cape Town. Every room is a work of art. Different Cape Town artists, musicians and poets have been commissioned to do the rooms, so every room is wonderful and unique. Breakfast at R45.00 per person. RATES: (Valid 10 June 2010 - 12
from R975

2 Reviews

Primi Royal

from R600
Hotel:Primi Royal Boutique Hotel is located within walking distance of the famous Camps Bay Beach.
Hotel:Primi Royal Boutique Hotel is located within walking distance of the famous Camps Bay Beach.
from R600

9 Reviews

Palm House

from R1,590
The Palm House was designed by a protege of renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker in the early...
The Palm House was designed by a protege of renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker in the early 1920's and has been fully restored to its former grandeur. The Palm House, A Luxurious Interlude. Majestic palms surround this exclusive retreat overlooking the magnificent Constantiaberg. The Palm House is conveniently situated in Kenilworth, minutes from both the Claremont's and Cape Town's CBD
from R1,590
Sleeps 44 in 16 rooms

2 Reviews

The One 8 Hotel

from R1,095
The high standard of accommodation and great location make The One 8 Hotel in the heart of Cape...
The high standard of accommodation and great location make The One 8 Hotel in the heart of Cape Town’s Three Anchor Bay the place to be.
from R1,095
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Romney Park Hotel

from R1,750
We are perfect for both the discerning pleasure-seeking tourist or holidaymaker and the business...
We are perfect for both the discerning pleasure-seeking tourist or holidaymaker and the business executive. Romney Park Luxury Suites and Wellness Centre boasts 18 5 Star quality one- or two-bedroom apartments, decorated in contemporary style with all the comforts of modern living.
from R1,750
Sleeps 74 in 27 rooms

6 Reviews

Portswood Hotel

from R2,039
Located only 25 km from the Cape Town International Airport and close to all of the action, this...
Located only 25 km from the Cape Town International Airport and close to all of the action, this hotel truly does have a great location, and for business travellers it offers so much more.
from R2,039
Sleeps 32 in 8 rooms

Once a 19th century prison, the hotel today provides comfortable, affordable accommodation in a...
Once a 19th century prison, the hotel today provides comfortable, affordable accommodation in a spectacular setting that overlooks the harbour and Table Mountain. Enjoy Cape Town's best at the V&A Waterfront's multitude of celebrated eateries and entertainment centres, including the Two Oceans Aquarium.
Sleeps 153 in 48 rooms

10 Reviews

Camps Bay Retreat

from R5,650
Hotel:We are perfectly suited for romantics.
Hotel:We are perfectly suited for romantics.
from R5,650
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Situated on the fringe of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the Protea Hotel Victoria Junction is...
Situated on the fringe of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the Protea Hotel Victoria Junction is designed for the cosmopolitan traveller with a taste for the cutting edge. One of its kind in Africa, this uniquely styled hotel offers a combination of standard rooms and double-storey loft apartments.
Sleeps 446 in 223 rooms

1 Review

Camps Bay Resort

from R950
Hotel:Ideally located within walking distance of food stores, a shopping centre and a beachfront...
Hotel:Ideally located within walking distance of food stores, a shopping centre and a beachfront lined with street cafés and restaurants
from R950
Sleeps 8 in 3 rooms

2 Reviews

Tudor Hotel

from R725
The Tudor Hotel is much more than just a place to stay - it's an experience. Situated right in the...
The Tudor Hotel is much more than just a place to stay - it's an experience. Situated right in the heart of the city on historic Greenmarket Square, it is the oldest hotel in Cape Town.
from R725

16 Reviews

Greenways Hotel

from R3,150
Greenways Hotel is located a mere 12 minutes’ drive from the busy heart of the city and is...
Greenways Hotel is located a mere 12 minutes’ drive from the busy heart of the city and is therefore the ideal location for business or leisure. The combination of local and overseas guests gives the hotel its lively cosmopolitan atmosphere.
from R3,150
Sleeps 61 in 20 rooms

Dolphin Beach Hotel

from R1,340
Hotel:Located on Blouberg beach, one of Cape Towns longest beaches and a famous kitesurfing...
Hotel:Located on Blouberg beach, one of Cape Towns longest beaches and a famous kitesurfing destination. It is also very popular and safe for swimming and walking. Cabanas have direct access onto the beach.
from R1,340

5 Reviews

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Cape Town Hotel Accommodation

Voted Favourite Foreign City by the UK Telegraph, Cape Town is one of the places you just have to visit before you die. It's an awesome city. All the vibe you want - great parties, great shopping and loads of galleries and other cultural attractions can't detract from the fact that what makes Cape Town special is the fact that it is set in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Even Sir Francis Drake, who'd pretty much seen it all, called Cape Point the 'fairest cape in all the circumference of the world'. It's a needle-sharp promontory, which - contrary to marketing hype - does not divide the Indian Ocean from the Atlantic. But Capetonians claim it does and you can often see a line of foam heading straight out from the point - possibly all the way to Antarctica - which certainly divides the False Bay Coastline on the east from the Atlantic Seaboard on the west.

And the Peninsula Mountain Chain forms a high-lying spine all the way from Cape Point to Table Mountain above the city. Most of this high lying ground is part of the Table Mountain National Park, which also includes Boulders Beach and its penguins, and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens that showcases South Africa's fabulous floral heritage as well as hosting some great concerts among the flowers. Table Mountain is the soul of Cape Town - its emotional heart and touchstone. Many Capetonians escape to the slopes of the mountain on weekends and after work as a regular - well, it's almost a pilgrimage. There are literally hundreds of walks on the mountain. Cape Town is the epicentre of the Cape Floral Region, which is a world heritage site. Another great thing about the Peninsula and its mountains is that Cape Town has virtually two different climates in one city. When the wind is blowing on one side, the beaches should be warm and sheltered on the other - and even when it's raining on one side, you may get bright sunshine on the other.

It's all a kind of yin yang thing - opposites balancing - the dark and light side of the mountain and all that esoteric stuff. And speaking of which - Cape Town is not just a beautiful city with fantastic beaches, a national park, an awesome mountain and beautiful flowers. No - it's also a great city. It's a place where residents and visitors alike work hard and play even harder.

Cape Town accommodation is plentiful and there’s something to suit every budget but it is highly advisable to book ahead, especially over the Christmas season (December to mid-February) and during the Argus Cycle Tour (usually mid-March). The greatest density of Cape Town hotels, boutique hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, guest houses and self catering apartments and holiday villas are situated in the City Bowl area and immediate South Atlantic Seaboard belt, all within a 10 minute drive from Cape Town City Centre and the V&A Waterfront. Highly desirable suburbs like Tamboerskloof and Oranjezicht spill down the slopes of Table Mountain towards Gardens, Cape Town City Centre, De Waterkant and the exclusive Waterfront. From the Waterfront the dazzling Atlantic coastline curves south, fringed by the seaside suburbs of Green Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay the ultra glamorous suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay.

Unless you tie on a blindfold and lock yourself in your hotel room, there is absolutely no way you can get bored in Cape Town. There are so many things to do. If you're into shopping, the V&A Waterfront is just one of many shopoholic's dream venues but it stands out as it has so much more - boat trips, the embarkation point for the Robben Island ferry, the Two Oceans Aquarium, loads of interesting historical buildings and some of the city's best hotels with possibly the best views in the world. Cape town offers a whole range of exciting adventure activities, great birding, awesome whale watching, historical buildings, and dozens of museums outlining the city's fascinating history and its many cultures.

An easy day trip from Cape Town, the Winelands offer great scenery, white-washed gabled farmhouses nestling in bright green vineyards, lovely little restaurants, great coffee shops and - of course - wine tasting sales and cellar tours. When the sun goes down you can choose between hundreds of great restaurants and a huge range of funky pubs, vibey clubs and a wide selection of movies, theatre and live music. Cape Town is also home to one of the most outrageous parties in the world. The Mother City Queer Project is a themed costume party in December that is fast becoming one of the most popular gatherings - certainly in South Africa - and possibly the world. And shortly thereafter, the traditional Kaapse Klopse minstrel dancers take over parts of the city streets in a tradition that stretches back hundreds of years to the era when slavery was legal in Cape Town. Don't forget to pack your dancing shoes.

Other areas close to Cape Town you may like to explore include the dramatic West Coast, which offers great birding along the shores of Langebaan Lagoon, Namaqualand, which has even more spectacular spring flowers, and the Overberg, famous for land-based whale watching. It also features lovely flowers in spring. Cape Town is not the best game viewing destination in South Africa, but there is some small game at Cape Point and there are a few game farms a short distance from the city, but they're not really up to the standard of the game reserves further north and east.

Voted Favourite Foreign City by the UK Telegraph, Cape Town is one of the places you just have to visit before you die. It's an awesome city. All the vibe you want - great parties, great shopping and loads of galleries and other cultural...

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