Cape Town

Recommended accommodations

The only Capital City with a picnic table at its center! Built around the famous landmark it is the perfect mix of cosmopolitan sophistication and nature. Known for its friendly hospitality, incredible cuisine, from Michelin star restaurants, tasting menus, incredible sushi, and African flavors, and delicious wines, it is a culinary hot spot.

There is plenty to do here from museums, markets and shopping to botanical gardens and nature trails. You can venture to the coastline to take a trip to the famous Robin Island, where Mandela was incarcerated, to swim or kayak with the seals in Hout Bay or visit the penguins in Boulders Beach.

There are endless hiking routes with the more famous ones on Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, and the 12 apostles. The city is incredibly active, with plenty of biking routes, surfing spots, abseiling routes, and even SUP yoga on the water!

12 Apostles

12 apostles is a gorgeous home run hotel in the heart of the Cape Town Mountains. The perfect base to which you can explore this expansive city.

Cape Grace

Situated on a private quay between Cape Town busy Waterfront and the gorgeous and calm marina Cape Grace is in a prime location where all guests can enjoy the beauty of the city.

21 Nettleton

21 Nettleton has a reputation for being one of the best located hotels in the area. With 360-degree ocean vistas and perched against the slope of Table Mountain, guests can enjoy views of the 12 apostles, Table Mountain and the famous Lion’s Head.

One & Only

Spectacular views of the iconic Table Mountain are the focal point of this luxurious hotel. Their various room types range from the standard suites to the ‘one above the penthouse’, a sweeping villa style penthouse with 360-degree views of Cape Town.

Hollow on the Square

Hollow on The Square is a family friendly and central hotel that boasts being just a few minutes walking from the V&A Waterfront and the city centre.

The Bay Hotel

Based in the heart of the trendy Camps Bay centred in the strip of tasty restaurants and cool cocktail bars. With an infinity pool overlooking the beach this is the perfect place to base yourself.

Ellerman House

At the base of Table Mountain just around from the famous Boulders Beach (where the penguins live) is the stunning Ellerman House, with views across the ocean.

Cape Cadogan

A quirky yet charming Boutique Hotel, in the heart of Cape Town sits Cape Cadogan. With just 15 rooms it offers guests a very personal and homely feel to every stay.