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President Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Sea Point, Cape Town

Featuring an infinity pool, President Hotel has a terrace bar with panoramic views of Lion’s Head Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Lovely friendly staff, an amazing service from food to drinks. Our room was perfect.

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8.5
Very good
5,015 reviews
Price from
£56
per night

Happy Rhino Hotel

Hotel in City Bowl, Cape Town

Situated in the heart of Cape Town, Happy Rhino Hotel is just 100 meters from the bustling Long Street, which offers a variety of restaurants, bars and nightlife. The best hotel in the world! The stairs really smell like Happy Rhino. On the bed because of the leaking roof, it is great to lie, almost like in a bathroom. Staff multi-key opens all doors at any time of the day. Everyone is funny and positive. USB chargers do not work, there are only African sockets.

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5.2
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6,432 reviews
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£37
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Lagoon Beach Hotel & Spa 4 stars

Hotel in Milnerton, Cape Town

Overlooking Table Mountain and Robben Island, Lagoon Beach Hotel offers direct beach access in Cape Town’s Milnerton suburb. Good location, relaxed, and helpful staff

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7.9
Good
3,183 reviews
Price from
£54
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Victoria & Alfred Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Waterfront, Cape Town

Located right in the heart of the V&A Waterfront, this 4-star hotel offers a sun terrace with a bar. Free WiFi and parking are provided. Great staff, ambience, good breakfast options and easy walking around V&A Waterfront.

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8.9
Fabulous
2,737 reviews
Price from
£102
per night

Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town 5 stars

Hotel in Mouille Point, Cape Town

Overlooking Cape Town's famous Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean, the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront offers luxurious accommodation with free wireless internet access and a private marina. The rooms are a great size. Our room 419 had a great view of the marina, the V&A Waterfront area and Table Mountain. It had a small infinity pool right by the ocean and a nice restaurant with seating inside and out. The staff was wonderful. They were pleasant and couldn’t be more accommodating and nice. The breakfast buffet was very nice and offered lots of choices. They had a complimentary bus to the V&A.

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8.7
Fabulous
1,865 reviews
Price from
£140
per night

Cape Town Lodge Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in City Bowl, Cape Town

Situated in the city centre of Cape Town, Cape Town Lodge Hotel offers a deck with roof-top pool, bar and fitness centre. Table Mountain and the popular V&A Waterfront are both within 5 km. I like the hotel, the background, the atmosphere and the nature.

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8.4
Very good
3,116 reviews
Price from
£29
per night

The Table Bay Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Waterfront, Cape Town

The Table Bay Hotel is a 5-star luxury hotel situated at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. It boasts beautiful views of the working harbor, Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Priceless experience. Beautiful hotel and superb customer service. Rooms were very clean and the ambiance was great. Location is top notch

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8.8
Fabulous
1,899 reviews
Price from
£148
per night

Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence, Cape Town 4 stars

Hotel in City Bowl, Cape Town

Located in Cape Town's city centre, Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence offers accommodation within a 10-minute walk of the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Free high-speed WiFi is available. Location, staff are friendly and free shuttle to waterfront mall

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8.4
Very good
1,363 reviews
Price from
£68
per night

Radisson RED Hotel V&A Waterfront Cape Town

Hotel in Waterfront, Cape Town

Proposing a unique lifestyle experience within Silo district, the Radisson RED Hotel V&A Waterfront Cape Town is the first of its kind, focusing on art, fashion and music to connect people. The staff were so friendly and helpful in a refreshingly informal way. The breakfast was awesome and the room was lovely. The rooftop bar was great but probably not really for swimming, more of a party atmosphere!

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8.8
Fabulous
1,942 reviews
Price from
£80
per night

Premier Hotel Cape Town 4 stars

Hotel in Sea Point, Cape Town

Situated in Cape Town’s suburb of Sea Point, Premier Hotel Cape Town offers 130 modern rooms.The hotel is a stone's throw away from the Sea Point promenade and Atlantic Ocean and features an outdoor... From our point of arrival, until the end of our stay, the Staff here were so good to us, we couldnt ask for any better, they were great! The room was good, with a great view overlooking the ocean and the Hotel location was in a great spot, we felt very safe there too. We enjoyed breakfast at the Hotels restaurant which was delicious!

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8
Very good
1,158 reviews
Price from
£52
per night

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Between mountains and beaches, the 2nd largest city in South Africa mixes history, resilient modernity, and a typical laidback African character. From the top of Table Mountain to the colourful Bo Kaap quarter, and from the Victoria & Albert Waterfront to the modern business district, Cape Town blends multicultural influences and beautiful nature.

Known as Kaapstad in Afrikaans, its sunny weather and mild temperatures make it a perfect place to enjoy the large number of beaches that surround it. From Sunset Beach to Hout Bay, and from Simon’s Town to Gordon Bay, this city offers a variety that suits all tastes. Whale and dolphin watching is a popular activity in False Bay.

Located on the Cape of Good Hope, the city was founded in 1652 by a Dutch trading company as a way-station for ships travelling to the East Indies. With the settling process, all sorts of foreign plants were introduced, including the grapes in the famous Cape Winelands District, just outside Cape Town.

Cape Town’s history does have some darker periods, and some of its memorable places from this time deserve to be visited: Robben Island jail, the City Hall from which Nelson Mandela gave his first public speech, and the statues of the 4 South African Nobel Peace Prize winners on the V&A Waterfront.

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