The Paragon 317
About The Paragon 317
For holiday goers seeking out the excitement of Cape Town city, 317 Paragon is a stylish option that provides more privacy than a traditional hotel stay. Observatory’s luxury Paragon block of apartments places guests a convenient distance from a range of attractions and is only a short distance from the city beautiful Mother City.
Comprising two bedrooms, two bathrooms and contemporary open-plan living areas, guests will be able to come-and-go comfortably throughout their stay. A compact but full kitchen is equipped with all the necessary appliances for a self-catering stay, and guests can relax and enjoy breakfasts or coffee at the cosy breakfast nook, separating the open-pan lounge from the kitchen.
A small balcony overlooks the hustle and bustle of Observatory’s city streets below, while communal areas at The Paragon make entertaining a breeze – a rooftop splash pool and undercover deck showcase stunning views of the city and Signal Hill. These communal areas are complete with BBQ facilities and dining rustic areas, there to be utilized by guests during their holiday stay. There is also a communal gym and spacious club house located within the Paragon building, adding to the guest experience.
The famous V&A Waterfront is located only nine kilometers away from this trendy apartment, while Cape Town International Airport is just a 15 km drive away. The nearest shopping centre, St Peters Square, is a brisk walk from The Paragon building and the vibrant Observatory suburb is one of eclectic nightlife and excitement.
• Rates are quoted per day.
• R2000 refundable damage deposit hold.
• Advertised rates and minimum stays are seasonal.
• Bookings of 8 nights and longer will include a compulsory mid stay clean with fresh linen, this will be an additional charge payable to the property manager.
Stay between 01 Oct 2019 and 31 Oct 2019 and get 10% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 01 Oct 2019 and 31 Oct 2019)
The Paragon 317 Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling