Afribode Summer Breeze
Cape Town City Centre
About Afribode Summer Breeze
Summer Breeze is a sophisticated Cape Town apartment with an abundance of space, with a wide wooden floorplan, high ceilings, tall windows and a loft bedroom with a huge dressing room. It's a dream holiday or business apartment, with free Wifi.
It’s so stylishly furnished and classically decorated in black and white tones that guests often react with a “wow” as they enter. White leather and grey upholstered couches frame the lounge which offers satellite TV, extra speakers and a DVD. The 6-seater dining table is topped with a candelabra. The loft bedroom has a queen size bed and a large walk-in dressing room with lots of built-in-cupboards.
The kitchen is equipped with masses of storage space and top quality fixtures like Nespresso coffee machine, DeLonghi kettle and toaster, a combination washer/dryer, oven, hob and fridge-freezer. The bathroom has a separate bath and shower.
A rooftop swimming pool, gym and dedicated parking bay is accessed by walking across a skywalk to the adjacent Adderley building.
The city is in full swing outside Mutual Heights and guests can walk to many places of interest in the city centre, including CBD businesses, tourist attractions, galleries, museums, street markets, restaurants and cafes.
Summary of Facilities:
- Free Wifi
- One bedroom with a queen-size bed
- Swimming pool and gym
- Fully equipped kitchen plus washer/dryer and Nespresso
- Bathroom with separate shower and bath
- Private parking bay
- Walking distance to restaurants, businesses and tourist attractions
- Located in the finest Art Deco building; Mutual Heights, Cape town
- Personal Meet & Green
- Towels and linen provided
- Safe, toiletries, hairdryer, etc
Neither the owners of the apartments nor their agents are responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury of any sort that might be incurred by guests on the premises.
Book between 24 Oct 2018 and 17 Dec 2018 and get 15% off!
Afribode Summer Breeze Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling