About Oranjehof Studios
Oranjehof studios (C7 and C8) is situated in the centre of Cape Town with restaurants, bars, museums, parks and top Hotels on your door step - all in one km radius from the studios! We have two studios next to each other - ideal for two couples/friends traveling together. We recently renovated the studios - modern finishing with a touch of Africa. It offers spectacular views of Table Mountain, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi (uncapped), SMART TV, free secure parking and lots more...
Family friendly: Each Studio has a sleeper couch (when extended it becomes a double bed), which is perfect for a child or third person to sleep on. The Studios have a safety gate which make it perfectly safe for your child. NB - We do not cater for infants (cot etc).
Romantic: Romantic: Dim your lights in the studio - even the bed lamps! Sit on the balcony with a drink and watch spectacular Table Mountain! What can be more romantic!
Oranjehof Studios Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Gardens
(1 km from Gardens)
Home to some of the most beautiful collections, The South African National Gallery features art of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish origin. Collections are regularly rotated so that there is always a full programme of...
(0.6 km from Gardens)
There is no better or more intense way to experience a country than to bike, hike or kayak through its varied landscapes. And with our choice of route options, you get to decide whether you want to explore at a leisurely pace, or exert yourself some...
(1 km from Gardens)
Slap bang in the middle of the city is a green oasis and what some locals only think of as a cool spot for a picnic. Well, if you stroll down the garden path you’ll find a lot more than sprawling lawns, lush plantings and luxuriant blooms.A walk...
(0.2 km from Gardens)
The Labia Theatre is the oldest independent art-repertory cinema in South Africa. The Labia Theatre, originally an Italian Embassy ballroom, was opened by Princess Labia in May 1949 as a theatre for the staging of live performances. For the past...