About Cape Cadogan Hotel
More Cape Cadogan offers a rare combination of historic exteriors with classic modern bohemian interiors. This stately double-story Georgian which dates back to the early 19th century, was 'Victorianised in 1912 and declared a National Monument in 1984. It is this charm and character, matched with its desirable location amongst the popular restaurants, street cafe's and stylish boutique shops of Kloof Street, which makes this hotel a flagship in Cape Town. For those seeking comfort and luxury, More Cape Cadogan is the perfect choice. Bohemian chic is our hallmark and all twelve en-suite bedrooms are luxuriously decorated with an eclectic mix of contemporary and antique furniture. In addition, the hotel is privately owned and managed ensuring guests can look forward to personalised service from staff who share in their local knowledge, enabling guests to enjoy local insights and an extraordinary holiday experience. For guests seeking a private getaway, More Cape Cadogan has as its presidential suite the Owners Villa. Decorated in a similar style to the Hotel and with fabrics and textures forming a rich woven carpet, the classic old world style of Cape Town meets the new beautiful cafe society.As the sister property of Lion Sands Private Game Reserve and More Quarters, More Cape Cadogan Hotel offers guests a stay in Cape Town which combines a tailored and personalised boutique luxury experience with an incredible location.
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