Situated on the historic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the award-winning 5-star Table Bay Hotel was opened in 1997 by the former South African President, Nelson Mandela, and is perfectly positioned against the stunning backdrop of Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, providing easy access to all the top places to visit in Cape Town.
Widely considered to be the best property in Cape Town, this 5-star luxury hotel boasts 329 fully air-conditioned guest rooms that range from luxury rooms to superior luxury rooms and suites. All of the exquisite Table Bay Hotel rooms are fitted with walk-in cupboards, marble finishes and writing desks. In-room dining is available 24/7 and a turndown service is issued twice a day.
Each of the stylishly appointed Table Bay Hotel guest rooms overlook either the bay across to Robben Island or offer views of the harbour, city and the iconic and majestic Table Mountain. The hotel also offers direct access to Cape Town's renowned shopping destination, the V&A Waterfront. This hotel makes great use of its close proximity to Table Mountain with a complimentary hop-on, hop-off shuttle service to and from the famous tourist destination being available to visitors, so you can wander around this glorious national park, right by the ocean. If the purpose of your visit to Cape Town is to celebrate a special occasion, the hotel is equipped with an excellent conference room, ideal for weddings and other special events.
If the purpose of your visit to Cape Town is to celebrate a special occasion, the hotel is equipped with an excellent conference room, ideal for weddings and other special events.
Amenities available to guests staying at the hotel include a gym, spa, heated outdoor pool, free wireless internet and several bars and restaurants. Everything you could need on your South African trip is right on your doorstep, which makes this luxury hotel ideal for a city break in the heart of Cape Town.
Although Cape Town is an excellent holiday destination year-round, the best time of year to visit will vary depending on the purpose of your stay. The city's dry, summer months of late January to late April are best suited for a city break, whereas temperatures peak between December and February so taking in the glorious sun on one of Cape Town's beaches is advised.
One of The Waterfront’s first, and still amongst the best, hotels. It benefits from being sited in the quiet part of the harbour, and the service is always first class, on a first-name term basis. The beautiful colonial bar is one of the city’s most atmospheric and the buffet breakfast is unrivalled – try the freshly baked ham.
The Table Bay Hotel restaurants offer an incredible selection of food and beverage options with three exceptional restaurants and two fully-stocked bars. Indulge in a Table Bay Hotel high tea, or dive into a scrumptious meal prepared by top class chefs paired with a specially selected wine.
The stylish Cape Town hotel boasts 329 fully air-conditioned guestrooms that range from luxury rooms to superior luxury rooms and suites. All of the luxurious Table Bay Hotel rooms are fitted with walk-in cupboards, marble finishes and writing desks. In-room dining is available 24/7 and a turn down service is issued twice a day.Each of the stylishly appointed Table Bay Hotel guestrooms overlook either across the bay to Robben Island or across the harbour and city to the iconic and majestic Table Mountain. A long driveway sweeps from the main gates to the hotel entrance. At the towering Porte Cochère, cars are valet parked as guests make their way into the lobby by way of an intricate glass walkway which pierces the stone breakwater wall inaugurated by Queen Victoria’s son Prince Alfred in 1869.
Beaches, golf courses, and all of the attractions of Cape Town are on your doorstep.
The Family Rooms and Suites are perfect for families, and the location is ideal - there is an entrance to the V&A Waterfront within the hotel, allowing easy access to a multitude of restaurants, cafes and shops for everyone to enjoy.
For a city safari head down to the marina by the Clock Tower, the kids will love trying to spot one of the resident seals basking in the sun.
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
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