Cape Town is host to a wide range of excellent accommodation. You may choose the convenience of staying on the V&A Waterfront, providing easy access to shops and restaurants, or a more relaxing environment such as a hotel with extensive gardens or located close to the beach.
If you would like to extend your visit to the Cape Town region to incorporate a wildlife and rock art experience, we suggest you consider staying at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve or Kagga Kamma Private Game Reserve, both a scenic three hour car journey away in stunning mountainous surroundings.
Set amongst a wooded area, The Glen Apartments takes its name from the 35 acre Glen forest nature reserve that the apartments verge on in Camps Bay.
Here you will find Luxury serviced apartments with views of the ocean, Twelve Apostles mountain range or Lion’s Head!
Bushmans Kloof, an enjoyable 3 hour drive from Cape Town, offers the ultimate wilderness and wellness experience. The breathtaking surroundings of untamed beauty offers a sanctuary to endangered species of wildlife and flora and over 130 Bushman rock art sites.
Amidst the heart of the vibrant V&A Waterfront, this luxurious hotel creates an oasis of cosmopolitan style in the City. With views to the iconic Table Mountain and harbour and restaurants managed by world-renowned chefs, this new hotel will soon be the place to stay in the Cape.
Set against the iconic outline of Table Mountain, with panoramic views over the City and Ocean, the hotel provides an enclave of refinement in this beautiful metropolis. The Apartments prove an ideal choice for travellers seeking additional space.
No 15 Welgemeend Street is situated in the Gardens district, on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, just above the City Bowl. This beautifully restored Victorian Home, hosted by Liz and Trevor, dates back to when this area was a Farm supporting the passing sailing ships.