Cape town’s diversity is second to none: From the city’s oldest and most respected landmark hotels to new smaller guest houses. There is someone for everyone.
Cape Town is a cosmopolitan metropolis that is now regarded as one of the most fashionable cities on earth and has to be one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Sandwiched between the iconic Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, this enclave of European elegance combines a lot of history with a real sense of fun, offering a diverse range of attractions, sights and activities.
Must dos include the mountain itself of course, the fab beaches and bars of wealthy Camps Bay and Clifton, and the revitalised and fashionable Victoria and Alfred waterfront. The lively centre, around Long and Kloof Streets, is easily explored on foot to really take in the ambience, as well as the colourful African crafts, eclectic restaurants, fascinating museums and world class hotels.
A world in one country
One of the world's most exclusive retreats
Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain
The city’s original boutique bolt-hole
Light and spacious, a beach house with a difference
Mount Nelson Hotel
Colonial ambience enhanced by traditional service
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Prime position on the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront