The Table Bay Hotel
This hotel offers an opulent, vintage decór and dazzling views across the V&A Waterfront, working harbour and Table Mountain from selected rooms. Enjoy the locally inspired gourmet meals at their on-site restaurant, Camissa Brasserie, while The Atlantic Grill offers delicious breakfasts and high-tea in the afternoons. Pamper yourself in the Camelot Spa, situated within the hotel, and take advantage of the complimentary shuttle service that will carter you to any landmark within a 5km radius of the hotel. Some of the main attractions to be found within arms reach of The Table Bay Hotel include The Nelson Mandela Gateway To Robben Island, Two Oceans Aquarium and the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.
Queen Victoria Hotel
Situated in a renovated dock building, backdropped immaculately by Table Mountain, the Queen Victoria Hotel offers world-class services and a team of friendly staff to cater to your every need. The gorgeous, modern interiors create an interesting (yet beautiful) contrast with the richly historic outer structure of the building. Guests can enjoy stunning views either across the V&A Waterfront or Table Mountain, depending on which rooms they book into. The Queen Victoria Hotel offers state-of-the-art facilities, ranging from a luxurious in-house spa, fitness centre and gym accompanied by a personal trainer. Additionally, the hotel offers child-care services for those nights where couples would like to spend a romantic night on the town, as well as secretarial services for business-types on-the-go. Indulge in the delectable breakfasts served outdoors and overlooking the tranquil waters of the harbour on Portswood Road before heading out on a day filled with adventures. Some of the main attractions found within the hotel’s vicinity are The Nelson Mandela Gateway To Robben Island, The Cape Wheel and the Cape Town Diamond Museum.
The Silo Hotel
Located just a 5-minute drive away from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, The Silo Hotel offers an industrial and modern design that stands out from the traditional structures that dot around it. Sporting a genuinely unique experience, guests will be met with breathtaking views across the V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain and the gorgeous Cape Town cityscape. The on-site restaurant serves superb English Breakfasts along with various American and International cuisines. Lounge away at the relaxing outdoor pool and soak up the warm South African sun on those lazy days and find pleasure in the fact that you are quite literally staying in what is considered to be a magnificent, architectural work of art. There are fantastic dining and shopping experiences surrounding The Silo Hotel, while some of the most iconic attractions (namely the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Cape Town Diamond Museum, The Nelson Mandela Gateway To Robben Island) can be found. When venturing further in-land, travellers will find the renowned Grand Parade and Signal Hill to explore and for those looking to spend their days on a warm, sandy beach? Head over to the massively popular Clifton Beach, Camps Bay Beach or Queens Beach where a multitude of fun outdoor activities awaits your arrival.