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Where to stay in Cape Town
Where to stay in Cape Town
As a sought-after destination for both the local and international traveller, Cape Town has a wealth of accommodation options. We’ve handpicked some top hotels just for you, where you take centre stage, and your safety and comfort are paramount.
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The marina stay
The One&Only is a premier hotel tucked into the V&A Waterfront, your springboard to the many things to do in Cape Town and at the waterfront itself. A stylish urban retreat overlooking the
The heart-of-the-city stay
How about a boutique guest house all to yourself? Redcliffe House in the upmarket suburb of Gardens offers just that. A gorgeous heritage house combined with a boutique hotel within walking distance of Kloof Street – where everything happens.
The cultural stay
Five-star luxury plus the vibrant culture of the Bo-Kaap equals The Hyatt Regency Cape Town. You’ll be within walking distance of all that the Bo-Kaap offers, as well as the gastronomic adventures that await on Kloof and Bree streets.
The celebrity stay
The Hollywood Mansion & Spa (need we say more?) is in Camps Bay (where else?). Your villa-away-from-home with a maid and butler service, home cinema and business centre.
Frequently asked questions
Cape Town's weather can be a fickle beast, so it's best to pack layers. Bring lightweight and breathable clothing for warm days, as well as a sweater or jacket for cooler evenings. Don't forget to pack comfortable shoes for exploring the city.
Cape Town is a vibrant city with endless options for a fun and lively holiday. Start by exploring the bustling V&A Waterfront, where you can browse boutiques, dine at waterfront restaurants and enjoy live entertainment. For sun-drenched days and trendy beachfront bars, head to the beautiful beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. Of course, no trip to Cape Town is complete without a trip up Table Mountain in a cable car to soak in breath-taking views, wandering the colourful streets of Bo-Kaap and sampling Cape Malay cuisine. If you’re up for a scenic drive, look no further than Cape Peninsula, which starts from Cape Town and extends all the way to Cape Point. Be sure to stop in at Boulders Beach on your way through to visit the penguins.
In the summertime, baby! Between November and February Cape Town experiences warm and sunny weather, making it the ideal time for outdoor activities, beach visits and exploring the city. Hot tip, as its peak tourist season, it’s advisable to book accommodation and activities well in advance if you plan to visit during this time.
Get your daily steps up by hiking Table Mountain (or taking the cable car and saying you hiked), devouring your bodyweight in South African cuisine, take the ferry to Robben Island to see the sombre site Nelson Mandela served most of his 27-year sentence, enjoy a scenic drive along Cape Peninsula, dance the night away, wander the colourful streets of Bo-Kaap, go museum hopping, hang with penguins at Boulders Beach, the list goes on!