De Waterkant Piazza sits in a quiet corner right at the heart of De Waterkant, one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Cape Town. Leafy old...
De Waterkant Piazza sits in a quiet corner right at the heart of De Waterkant, one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Cape Town. Leafy old trees shade cobbled streets lined by decorative houses that have all been recently rejuvenated. Despite its position in one of the most exclusive and expensive areas in Cape Town, the Piazza remains happily relaxed- plush gardens surround airy unpretentious units and a pool allows visitors to enjoy a splash around after a busy day shopping or browsing the many wonders that the area has to offer. Although close to the central business district, and bordering on Green Point, De Waterkant remains largely tranquil and The Piazza is lucky enough to be situated on a cul-de-sac.
The Piazza is within easy walking distance of everything a city-lover expects to be entertained, plus a few added bonuses from one of the most beautiful cities in the world; the popular Victoria Alfred Waterfront is only a few blocks away, while well-known Long Street and its cosmopolitan mix of tourists and inhabitants is an easy few minutes’ walk away. A five minute drive will take you to the base of Table Mountain, while the beautiful beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton are only 10 minutes away. Continue in this direction and this incredible coastal drive will take you all the way to the exclusive beach neighbourhood of Llandudno, or further to the quaint fishing area of Hout Bay.
If you are here for business, the Cape Town International Conference Centre is also within easy walking distance, along with all the main businesses and hotels of South Africa. The Piazza is also in close proximity to all major roads- making it an easy-to-reach destination from the airport. With the picturesque backdrop of Table Mountain, the relaxing calmness of the Cape surrounding winelands and the constant buzz of the city centre, Cape Town is the top destination for a holiday, no matter what you are looking for.
For a more cultural experience, visit the South African national museum, Rhodes Memorial or simply take a walk through The Company Gardens, and for the more energetic crowd, enjoy hundreds of top restaurants, bars and night clubs in the Cape Town city bowl. Or just ask us to organise your trip for you as we offer many different packages.