Cape Town Hollow
About Cape Town Hollow
Nestled below Table Mountain, overlooking the Dutch East India Company Gardens, Cape Town Hollow is located in the heart of Cape Town's historical city centre where gracious 18th-century buildings, art galleries, and museums blend with open-air markets and musicians in quaint city squares.
Stylish accommodation is offered in 56 en-suite, air-conditioned rooms, with modern amenities and charming open-air balconies. Amici Restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine, accompanied by carefully selected Cape wines, and The Patio offers a Cape street café dining experience.
The wellness centre offers a sauna, gym and massage facilities, while conference facilities cater for up to 60 delegates, and includes wireless Internet connectivity.
Conference Venues: The central location of the hotel makes it the perfect venue for the business traveller. A fully equipped conference venue with two meeting rooms can accommodate from 6 to 60 delegates, with wireless connectivity facilities and a business lounge.
Cape Town Hollow Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Gardens
(0.5 km from Gardens)
Located in the prestigious Mount Nelson Hotel, the Planet Bar offers a cool, chic, and elegant venue for a perfect night out. The bar features a stylish celestial décor, quirky touches and comfortable couches, creating a relaxing ambience. The...
(0.6 km from Gardens)
The Little Theatre Complex is home to the University of Cape Town's drama and fine arts departments. The facility is actually three theatres with the Little Theatre ironically being the largest, providing seating for 240 people. The Intimate and...
(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...