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Conveniently located next to the waterfront - a central transit area to Robben island, shopping food and activities- this hotel is perfect for those who would like to be in the heart of the city. Despite its location it is not too busy. There is a wonderful food market (food shop) that is also a ...
We loved our stay at the hotel. The location is one of the few safe areas in Cape Town. We could walk around at night. Ample restaurants in the area. We also were able to walk to the boat that took us to robins island. Breakfast was very good. Staff was great.
Located on Long Street it is close to the trendy Bar and Restaurant area. Close enough to the Waterfront to walk (in the daytime) or a cheap cab ride. The tour desk was helpful Abida and Donald were excellent. Having a small kitchen is nice.
Everything in the hotel was good. The only complaint would be about the housecleaning.... it was very minimal. The breakfast was great and the staff very pleasant. I would definitively recommend this hotel. It is walking distance to everywhere.
Very modern hotel, spacious and clean room, the breakfast and dinner buffet are very tasty and plenty of variety. The staff are very friendly specially Nandipha at the breakfast! Thank you
The Bay Hotel has a great location - pure white sand beach out front, views up Table Mountain and the Apostles behind. Rooms are spacious and bright, staff friendly, and the owner has an eclectic collection of beautifully restored and custom built motorcycles dotted around the hallways. Caamil's ...
The location is wonderful, and the room is comfortable and pleasant, but beyond that, it's rather impersonal. Once you're checked in, you seem to be on your own. Everything seems to be outsourced: food, gym, etc. Very hands-off. The worse is the fact that you cannot make a phone call from the room. ...
The Western Cape has a wide range of four-star hotels, so whether you’re coming for the dramatic scenery, the vibrant cities or a combination of both, luxury and comfort are readily available. Cape Town and the surrounding area has plenty of accommodation options – pick a private cottage with a pool or a spacious villa overlooking False Bay. To experience the natural beauty of the Western Cape, head out of the city and search for four-star hotels in coastal towns and inland villages. In Western Cape’s beautiful interior you’ll find four-star hotels close to vineyards, and luxury lodges in animal-filled game reserves.
No trip to the Western Cape is complete until you’ve explored Cape Town, the capital of the province and one of the most attractive cities in South Africa. Take the cable car to the top of Table Mountain for panoramic views of the city, which lies sandwiched between looming mountains and a golden coast.
For a pleasant city walk, head up Lion’s Head, which offers equally impressive views as well as the chance to paraglide off the side of the hill. Back in the city, spend hours shopping at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront, where you can pick up the latest fashions and gadgets.
In Western Cape’s warmer months it’s common to eat outdoors, so you can pair meaty South African cuisine with stunning views. Sip on a glass of local pinotage while watching the sun set over Plettenberg Bay, where you might catch sight of dolphins and whales as you dine. Sample seafood and braai-style barbecue in atmospheric locations, perhaps hidden away in the Cederberg Mountains or facing the plains of the Karoo. You can also dine superbly at the wineries in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, many of which have on-site restaurants.
Culture, cuisine and gorgeous countryside meet in the Western Cape. Spend your days exploring its varied attractions, your evenings indulging in gourmet cuisine and your nights resting in luxurious four-star accommodation.