This hotel is located in Sea Point, Cape Town, with spectacular views of the ocean and mountains. The hotel is within walking distance of Atlantic Promenade. At Sea Point, which is within walking distance of the hotel, there is a selection of cosy restaurants and cafes to choose from.
Premier Hotel Cape Town is close to the world-famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and many other tourist attractions.
The hotel is 5 minutes from the International Convention Centre and 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport. The hotel offers 24 hour Internet access with up to 250 megabyte of free data per guest, per day.
Package based on accomodation in a standard Room.
|Deluxe room, 4 nights||Per person from: £125|
|Suite (min. 2 persons), 4 nights||Per person from: £283|
A couple of hundred metres from all the restaurants and shops on Long St. and Cape Town’s green oasis, The Company’s Garden – originally established as a large kitchen garden in the 17th century – is where the four-star hotel Protea Hotel Fire & Ice is to be found.
The hotel is hip and trendy, and decorated with a good use of both colour and materials, making for a cosy and vibrant atmosphere.
There are 200 rooms, all with air conditioning, tea/coffee-making facilities, flat-screen TV, fridge and free Wi-Fi.
The hotel has an outdoor pool, a bar, where there is often live music at the weekend, and a restaurant. There is also access to a day spa if you are in need of a massage.
|4 nights||Per person from: £45|
If you’re looking for something really special, you should upgrade to One & Only Cape Town. It is without doubt one of the city’s very best hotels, and perhaps resort would be a better name for the One & Only. Occasionally, you’ll find yourself wondering whether you are actually still in the middle of South Africa’s bustling metropolis Cape Town, or whether you’ve been transported to some luxurious tropical resort.
The resort is a stone’s throw from Cape Town’s popular Waterfront, where you will find everything from restaurants and bars to shops and a variety of activities – that’s if you feel like leaving your resort at all.
The spa and pool are located on their own island in the harbour and are all but surrounded by a tropical garden – in the heart of the city. In the lounge, you can enjoy a cocktail overlooking Table Mountain while waiting for your table at Africa’s only Nobu restaurant – it’s popular, so be sure to make a reservation well in advance.
If you have your children or teenagers with you, there are plenty of activities for them. Younger children become members of the resort’s “kids club”, while older children can go on excursions and try out climbing walls, bowling or skating rinks.
The rooms at the hotel are some of the largest in the city and all of them have their own balcony, Nespresso machine, flat screen TV, bathtub and views of the vibrant harbour.
|Marina Harbour Room||Per person from: £1676|
The 4-star Victoria & Alfred Hotel at the heart of Cape Town’s famous Waterfront is one of the most legendary hotels in the city.
Housed in a converted warehouse from 1904, the hotel is named after Queen Victoria and her son, Alfred, who played a crucial role in the entire construction of Cape Town’s harbour environment and the Waterfront area.
The 94 rooms are spread over 3 floors and overlook the harbour, Table Mountain or the square in front of the hotel. Common to all of them, of course, is the fact that the Waterfront with all its shops, restaurants, bars, etc. is right on the doorstep. You couldn’t ask for a better location.
The rooms are all modernly appointed with a flat screen TV, a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning, ironing facilities, bathrobes, etc. – everything you would expect of a nice 4* hotel.
The hotel itself has two restaurants as well as access to a pool, spa and gym.
|Loft Room||Per person from: £622|
|Piazza Room||Per person from: £697|
|Mountain Room||Per person from: £979|
From the pool area of the cosy 4-star boutique hotel, The Cape Milner, you have the most scenic views of the top of Table Mountain. So you know you’re in Cape Town!
The hotel enjoys a central location, with good restaurants within walking distance – but is built in such a way that it is a whole little oasis in itself. In the middle of the hotel, there is a courtyard with a pool, patio, sun loungers and a café – not to mention the beautiful view of the mountain, which is the city’s landmark.
The rooms are modernly decorated in an attractive mix of Art Deco and classic Victorian style. All of them are spacious and offer an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and a hair dryer.
The hotel’s restaurant serves delicious food, and you can look forward to trying out the drinks menu in the lounge.
There is a free shuttle bus service to V&A, departing several times a day.
|4 nights||Per person from: £361|