Probably the most well-known city in South Africa, Cape Town is definitely worth a visit for its natural attractions, including the Table Mountain, Winelands, beaches and Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront, to name a few.
The Table Mountain is so named due to its mysterious flat-topped that resembles its namesake. Get up-close with Cape Town’s most prominent landmark by hiking, abseiling or taking the cableway. Cape Town’s Winelands are also well known as it is the primary region for the making of Western Cape wine. For wine connoisseurs, visits to the famous Stellenbosch, Paarl Valley and Franschhoek wineries and savouring their wines on wine tours under the Western Cape sun would definitely leave one relaxed and yet, sated.
As a coastal city, there are many beaches to pick from. If you can’t decide which one to visit, Cape Town has been blessed with a unique geography that allows for the exploration of several different beaches in the same day, each with a different setting and atmosphere. Bask in warm waters at False Bay before taking a colder dip on the Atlantic Coast.
With so many exciting and fun things to do and to try out in the South African city, it is important for your Cape Town accommodation to be comfortable (for a good night’s rest) and conveniently located (to make the most out of your time in Cape Town). Take a pick from our range of over a dozen Cape Town hotels situated at the foot of Table Mountain or nestled adjacent to the V&A Waterfront. Be pampered with a view of the magnificent Table Mountain or the peaceful Winelands from your hotel room when you wake up in luxury in our hotels in Cape Town.