The vibrant city of Cape Town, Mother City of South Africa, invites you to come and explore the bespoke lifestyle of the Cape. Backed by iconic Table Mountain and looking onto sparkling blue oceans, your luxury vacation here will be filled with unique experiences and activities.
Stay in luxury guest lodges, upmarket boutique hotels, camp out along the beach or book into internationally renowned 5-Star hotels. You will be spoilt for choice when deciding what to do with your days, roaming the inner city streets of Cape Town with its sidewalk cafés, eclectic shopping destinations and heritage buildings or leisurely scoping out the beach action at the city’s world-renowned beaches. Cape Town is the perfect destination for those seeking romance or adventure.
Cape Town is one of the few cities in the world to host a wine route within its borders and the city bends around the Table Mountain National Park ensuring that you never have far to go if you are looking to immerse yourself in nature. The Cape region of South Africa is known for its wine and there are over 18 wine routes that stretch out in the surrounding area, beginning in the city itself in the Constantia Valley.
It is not only on Cape Town wine farms that you will discover the wealth of great food available in Cape Town. The rich mix of cultural influences from the European settlers, Asian slaves and African immigrants to the city means that you can eat whatever your heart desires. Try our Cape Malay bobotis or roties, superlative Indian restaurants, fine continental dining, South African fusion meals and local African delicacies. Take a culinary and wine tour to get the best out of your dining experience here.
Spend your days on Cape Town’s white sand beaches or leisurely driving around the dramatic peninsula over Chapman’s Peak and Ou Kaapse Weg, life is slightly slower on this side of the mountain so relax and go with the flow of the locals. In Cape Town city itself, there are museums to suit every taste, art galleries showcase old oils to conceptual works and some of the finest examples of contemporary African craft in the country are available to purchase.
Kirstenbosch Gardens and the Nature Reserves are only a short drive away from your luxury accommodation and provide a tranquil respite from shopping! Cape Town’s locals like to party and there is no lack of nightlife options from clubs, bars, cabaret venues and even seasonal circus performances. For the more cultured, there are many theatres staging both local and international productions and bookshops and art galleries host regular launching events.
Cape Town makes the best possible base from which to explore the region; it is within easy driving distance of the Cape Winelands towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek and there are many tour options available. There are numerous activities on offer in and around Cape Town from the world-class golf courses to adventure options such as coastal cruises, horseback riding to helicopter flips, kayaking, kloofing and kite surfing or just relax on the white sand beaches or at a sidewalk café and ease into the laidback lifestyle of Cape Town. Contact the Southern Africa Travel team today.
Climb Cape Town’s most iconic attraction, Table Mountain for a panoramic view of the city beneath. If you are feeling fit, take one of the many walking trails up the mountain or whip up to the top in the revolving cable cars. There is a restaurant on top but you are welcome to pack your own picnic, find the best views and feast on both the views and the contents of your basket!
Breathe in the pure air that flows straight from the Antarctic at Cape Point. Set in the Good Hope Nature Reserve, this is a fantastic spot to picnic, walk the well-laid trails, fish, swim and admire the outstanding views. The funicular will take you to the Point and you are welcome to walk to the old lighthouse site from there.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Shop up a storm at the V&A Waterfront, a recreational hub located adjacent to a working harbour. This shopping Mecca is home to more than 400 shops, restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. The experience is one of the highlights of a trip to Cape Town. Trips to Robben Island and Seal Island leave from here or book on for a sunset cruise around the harbour.
Stroll through the Company’s Gardens
Pack a picnic lunch and head to the very heart of Cape Town, the Company’s Gardens. This is where it all began in the mid-1650s when Jan van Riebeeck was sent by the Dutch East Indies Company to set up a way station for passing ships. A favourite with locals for its tranquil escape from city life; it is also home to hundreds of inquisitive squirrels.
Visit the Bo-Kaap
Head into one of the oldest areas of Cape Town, the Bo-Kaap, with its cobbled stones and colourful flat-roofed houses and immerse yourself in this heritage destination. Originally the area was set aside for the slaves from Java in the 17th and 18th centuries; step back in time by visiting the museum and mosque and round off the experience with a delicious Cape Malay lunch in one of the local restaurants.
Take a Township Tour
Gain an intimate perspective on South African life by taking a ‘township’ tour. Visit the local schools and craft centres before having your fortune told by a sangoma (traditional healer) and finish off the day by stopping in at the colourful informal pubs, the shebeens to mix with the locals. An experience you will never forget.
Bishopscourt is arguably one of South Africa’s wealthiest suburbs, and with its prime location nestled in between Newlands and Constantia.
Home to Nelson Mandela, The British High Commissioner, The US ambassador and various other local and international celebrities, the suburb is synonymous with wealth, class and prestige. It is also as green and lush as it is affluent.
Bishopscourt has about 350 houses most of which stand on more than 3000 square metres of land. Huge Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian mansions stand on rolling lawns and landscaped gardens, with the spectacular mountain forming the ideal backdrop.
The area is within 20 minutes from the city centre, and is close to a number of attractions, including Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cavendish Square Shopping Center, Newlands Sports Stadium and a range of restaurants, shops, bars and boutiques.
Property prices are extremely high due to the exclusive and prestigious nature of the area and the size of the houses. Residents are typically established professionals with families, as well as politicians and personalities.
There are a number of 5-star accommodation options in this distinguished suburb, all of which offer an unsurpassable service standard and top-rate facilities and features.
For a taste of Cape Town's finest, Bishopscourt is a must-see on your luxury South African holiday.
Bishopscourt's well-paved, hilly avenues are low on traffic and, especially when the South Easter makes things unpleasant elsewhere, popular with recreational cyclists.. or in this case longboard skateboarders.
Bo Kaap (meaning ‘above the Cape’ in Afrikaans) is also known as the Malay Quarter, and is the oldest suburb in Cape Town.
The suburb is a thriving Muslim community, and was largely left untouched during the forced removals in the Apartheid era. Original cobbled paving and brilliantly coloured traditional Malay houses can still be seen in most parts of the suburb, which give it a special appeal.
Bo Kaap is bordered by Tamboerskloof on the city bowl side, with Military Road forming the border. On the other side, Bo Kaap is bordered by De Waterkant. It is a few minutes walk to the CBD, and situated on the slopes of Signal Hill.
One of the busiest roads in Bo Kaap is Whale Street, which is where you will be able to sample some fine Cape delicacies at the Spice Market, and also visit a community arts project called Monkey Biz.
If you are lucky, you may get a glimpse of the legendary Bo Kaap ice-cream van, which runs exclusively through the Bo Kaap area during summer afternoons and can be heard from miles away.
The area is fairly safe, however it is recommended to arrange a tour of the area through a travel broker such as Giltedge Travel. This will ensure that you don’t miss a thing, and those steep cobbled roads are easier to manage by car.
A pictorial overview giving a quick impression of what to expect in this unique village perched on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre.
Originally a turn of the century prisoner-of-war camp, and then a sparsely settled holiday village, Camps Bay has morphed into the vibrant epicentre of Cape Town's glamorous Atlantic Seaboard, a summertime playground for trendy locals and the international jetset.
A good visual overview of the location beneath Lions Head and Table Mountain. Get a feel for the vibe you can expect upon arrival in Camps Bay. Come to sun yourself on the beach amidst bronzed bods from all over the world, or enjoy a sundowner as the sun sinks into the endless Atlantic skyline.
The City Bowl area of Cape Town is made up of several popular suburbs including Tamboerskloof and Oranjezicht, as well as trendy Kloof Street.
The city bowl is the central hub of Cape Town, and gets its name from the bowl-like shelter of the mountain, that wraps around this part of the city.
With the CBD and foreshore on the ocean side, the city bowl is nestled on the slopes of Lions Head on the mountain side.
Main areas in the city bowl include Tamboerskloof, which is a quiet, leafy suburb which runs above trendy Kloof Street and through Kloof Nek on the one side and Buitengracht Road on the other side.
Oranjezicht is an affluent area situated near Cape Town’s popular dog-friendly park, De Waal Park, and runs along the foot of the mountain.
Popular activities in the city bowl include hiking up Lions Head and Signal Hill, breakfasts at the Daily Deli in Tamboerskloof, leisurely days at De Waal Park, lunching at one of the bistros or restaurants in Kloof or Long Street, shopping at the Lifestyle Centre on Kloof Street and more.
The city bowl is the most central part of Cape Town and is within walking distance to hotspots such as Long Street, the South African Museum, Waterfront busses, art galleries, the Company Gardens and many other key attractions in the city centre.
For a taste of the trendy, upmarket culture in the city bowl, be sure to add a visit to this great area as part of your luxury Southern Africa travel plans.
Built by Italian prisoners of war during World War 1, this is Cape Town's own mini-slice of the Amalfi Coast, minus the ancient villages running up the cliff-faces of course. The road truly is one of the world's most dramatic pieces of tarmac. An excellent route should you be travelling South from the city towards Cape Point. Watch out for the cyclists, or better yet, hire a bike in Hout Bay and join them for a more visceral experience.
A group of friends explore Chappies in convoy and the shoot dramatic cliff-top scenery along the way.
Constantia is a green, leafy suburb situated in the rich Constantia Valley.
With its winding, tree-lined avenues and beautiful homesteads, Constantia has an air of distinguished charm and old-world glamour.
Widely known for its excellent wineries, Constantia was predominantly a farming area until fairly recent years. The rich and water-friendly environment is ideal for growing grapes and crops, and the land is highly fertile in the valley.
Attractions in the Constantia area include a top-market shopping centre called Constantia Village, wine estates, an array of fine restaurants, Cecelia Forest, horse riding stables, craft markets and many other highlights.
Real estate in Constantia is fairly high priced, with large Victorian, Cape Dutch and Georgian homesteads set on enormous plots with beautiful gardens. Cape Town’s ‘old money’ has lived in the area for generations, and as such the area is fairly affluent.
Situated just 20 minutes from the city centre, Constantia is a beautifully scenic suburb offering a range of activities to enjoy and a highlight of any luxury South African holiday.
Michael Olivier visits Groot Constantia, South Africa's oldest and grandest wine estate, for a tasting session.
Kalk Bay is an 18th century fishing village in the 'Deep South' of the peninsula. Once the end of the line for road-going travellers heading South to Simonstown, the harbour served as a launch for those needing to get to the larger port at Simonstown, about ten kilometers to the South. Today it is a bustling arts and crafts and foodie destination. The local population is, and always has been a cultural melting pot made up of the original fishing village community, descended from freed slaves, and the boho towns folk who live on the other side of Boyes Drive. There are many excellent restaurants, with the inimitable Olympia Cafe, Harbour House and Polana being standouts.
A tourist-shot clip giving a good visual overview of the village on a lazy Sunday morning - an excellent time to visit. In summer it's best to come early to avoid the crowds.
Kalk Bay Reef forms a neat little left hander that is akin to a miniature version of Hawaii's famous Pipeline. Be prepared to fight for waves on a good day though.
Kirstenbosch is the worlds foremost botanical mecca for fynbos enthusiasts. Fynbos is the colloquial term for the Cape floral genus, which is internationally unique to the Western Cape region. The gardens are a fantastic picnic spot tucked beneath the southerly slopes of Table Mountain. More recently it has also evolved into the Mother City's most popular outdoor music venue. More adventurous spirits will want to take advantage of the challenging hiking routes up Table Mountain via Nursery Rivine and Skeleton Gorge.
This Smartguide video provides a fairly objective overview of the main features of these internationally renowned gardens.
Kommetjie was named after ‘the Kom’, which is the natural basin along the coast making the perfect harbour for small boats, situated near to the lighthouse.
The suburb is quiet and not as well-known as Hout Bay or other coastal towns, however the pace of life is easy and relaxed, and many locals prefer the peace and quiet that Kommetjie offers.
Kommetjie is a great bird-watching area, with the Kom being ranked as one of the top birding spots in Cape Town. Sightings of seabirds are prime here, and bird lovers come from all over the city to spot gulls and other pelagic seabirds.
The area is also a prime surfing spot but the water is cold and not ideal for swimming.
The commercial areas in Kommetjie are fairly small, however there is a shopping centre and a number of good restaurants and coffee shops situated in the town.
The drive to Kommetjie offers breathtaking views of the ocean and mountain, and although it takes about 30 minutes from the city centre, it is well worth the effort.
Overall, a day in Kommetjie is sure to be a memorable part of your tailor-made luxury holiday and is highly recommended.
Various perspectives of the village shot from Slangkop Peak, Noordhoek, the village itself - basically an all-round overview.
Shot at tow-in spot Sunset Reef, Kommetjie also has more user-friendly swells at the popular Long Beach further about a kilometer further South down the beach.
With breathtaking sea and mountain views, the suburb feels far away from Cape Town and has a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere.
The suburb is accessed from Hout Bay, and is situated along the False Bay coastline.
Houses in Noordhoek are large and spacious, and most of the prime real estate is situated along the mountain and into the forests.
There is a strong village vibe, with craft stalls, art galleries and boutiques as well as restaurants, coffee shops and the popular Red Herring tavern.
With its lush forests and beautiful mountain environment, it is sometimes easy to forget that Noordhoek also has a beautiful beach, which has clear waters and vast stretches of white sand.
A must-do during your luxury South African vacation, a visit to Noordhoek would not be complete without a horse ride along Noordhoek beach.
Some stunning footage of pristeen Noordhoek Beach near the "Hoek", or 'corner' - popular with surfers - where the coastline rises sharply up Chapmans Peak.
Table Mountain - world heritage site and defining feature of the unmistakable Cape Town skyline. Walk up, take the cable car or mountain bike your way down the lower slopes. This is an experience every visitor the mother city has to incorporate into their stay. Be aware the weather on top is famously changeable, and at times a dense 'table cloth' of cloud can arrive in minutes out of a clear blue sky.
Ok, this is technically next door to Table Mountain, but I think you'll agree the results are pretty incredible. Thanks to the guys at celeb-favourite Ellerman House for putting this together.
The team are at it again, this time it's a more conventional mountain visit, heading up via the cable car. This vid celebrates Table Mountain's inauguration in December 2012, as one of the seven wonders of nature.
Lukas Irmler takes his highline on a hike up Table Mountain for some sunrise action high above the city. Crazy and jawdropping stuff.
As one of the most sought-after areas in Cape Town, the Waterfront is booming and is a prime development area.
A fairly young suburb, the Waterfront is famous for its shopping centre, as well as attractions such as the Two Oceans Aquarium, the Clock Tower Shopping Centre, the Scratch Patch and its marina.
A number of five-star hotels, including the world-renowned Cape Grace, as well as a range of restaurants, bars and pubs make the Waterfront one of the top travel experiences in South Africa.
Residential property is extremely high-priced, with Cape Town’s elite, as well as international residents, taking key position in the property market.
Luxurious quay-side apartments with private boat moorings overlook the bay and offer premier coastal living just a few minutes away from the city centre.
The Waterfront area is always humming with activity, in all seasons. Summer is an especially busy and vibrant time, with visitors from all over the world mingling with locals and enjoying live music, sea views, ocean breezes and world-class shopping.
The Waterfront is easily accessed by vehicle (self-drive) or bus, however planning your trip with a travel broker such as Giltedge Travel will ensure that you get the most out of your trip and experience as much as possible during your visit to the Waterfront.
A good video overview of this busy, cosmopolitan shopping, drinking and eating destination.
Woodstock has developed into a creative and foodie hub in the past ten years. On the fringes of what was once District Six, there is a well-established coloured community here that must now share the space with trendy media types, art galleries and the weekend crowds making the pilgrimage to The Biscuit Mill market.
Some more Biscuit Mill action. Kick your Saturday off with a round of fresh West Coast Oysters, served up here by the inimitable Mother Shuckers.
The Biscuit Mill is a super busy and vibrant Saturday morning foodie hangout. An must-visit for anyone who enjoys excellent locally produced food, beer, cider and wines.
12 Nights | 13 Days
Begin this romantic African journey in the beautiful paradise that is the Seychelles before heading to South Africa's cosmopolitan city Cape Town. Continue this journey to the malaria free Eastern Cape for the first of your luxury safari experiences before heading to the famous Sabi Sand Reserve, known as the "Land of the Leopard". Adventure, excitement, relaxation and romance, this journey has it all!
8 Nights | 9 Days
A truly fabulous journey to three of Africa's most exciting destinations. Begin your journey in cosmopolitan Cape Town, before heading to the world renowned Sabi Sands Reserve for a Big Five Adventure. Finally visit the majestic Victoria Falls in Zambia and listen for the 'Smoke that thunders'!
12 Nights | 13 Days
A romantic journey across Africa enjoying the bush in the Sabi Sands Reserve at Kruger National Park, the beaches of Bazaruto in Mozambique and the bright lights of the Mother City, Cape Town.
10 Nights | 11 Days
Discover the delights of the Cape's cuisine, Wine and of course the famous Whales. This enriching eleven-day journey offers luxury accommodation in off-the-beaten-track destinations, unique experiences and warm country hospitality. Explore the longest wine route in the world, cook up a storm in the Karoo or simply savour hearty South African cuisine. Marvel at the wonders of the Cape Floral Kingdom, do some whale-watching or float on a pontoon drinking in the sunset.
6 Nights | 7 Days
Experience the fascinating contrasts between Cape Town’s beautiful, lively coastline and the earthy grandeur of the wild African bush. This tour offers you the best of both worlds. Spend your days uncovering the many highlights of the Cape, before escaping on safari to the renowned Sabi Sand Reserve.
6 Nights | 7 Days
Treat your family to this unique South African vacation. Spend fun-filled days in beautiful Cape Town before embarking on an once-in-a-lifetime safari adventure to the Malaria-free Eastern Cape. Enjoy discovering the wonders of the African bush with the whole family.
7 Nights | 8 Days
Soak up the atmosphere of cosmopolitan Cape Town before a leisurely meandering up the Garden Route, and ending off with a malaria free safari in the Eastern Cape.
14 Nights | 15 Days
Discover South Africa's gems as you travel from Cape Town through to the Kruger National Park taking in the mighty Table Mountain in Cape Town, the whales at Hermanus, the wines of the Cape Winelands area and finally the wildlife that the Sabi Sands Reserve has to offer.
5 Nights | 6 Days
Soak up the beauty of cosmoplitan Cape Town whilst enjoying all this breath-taking city has to offer. Whether indulging at the shoppers Mecca of the V&A Waterfront, dining at one of the outstanding local restaurants or pursuing more leisurely activities around the peninsula, like penguin viewing, walks at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens or a cable car trip up Table Mountain, Cape Town will delight.
Move onto the Cape Winelands to revel in everything this relaxing and historical region represents. Besides an abundance of truly excellent wine farms, visitors may also indulge in award-winning restaurants, and have a fantastic choice of excellent boutique guesthouses and hotels to choose from.
9 Nights | 10 Days
On this ten-day adventure you will experience vibrant Cape Town, the vast open spaces of the Klein Karoo, the rugged beauty of the Garden Route and an unforgettable Big Five safari in the Malaria-free Eastern Cape.
8 Nights | 9 Days
A scenic journey starting in the Mother City, Cape Town, travelling along the coastline on the famous Garden Route to Knysna before heading to the malaria free Eastern Cape for a Big Five safari adventure.
8 Nights | 9 Days
Discover cosmopolitan Cape Town, explore the beautiful Cape Winelands and the culinary capital of South Africa, Franschhoek, before flying into the famous Sabi Sands Reserve for a luxurious Big Five safari adventure.
7 Nights | 8 Days
Start off in the beautiful Mother City of South Africa, Cape Town with its white sand beaches, outstanding natural attractions and lifestyle before heading off to Zambia and Victoria Falls, a raging waterfall that can be heard for miles around. A great place to cruise the Zambezi River or explore the area on an elephant-back safari before heading to the Chobe National Park in Botswana for some serious game viewing.
12 Nights | 13 Days
Taking you from the cosmopolitan Mother City, Cape Town, to the world famous Kruger National Park, the renowned Sabi Sands Reserve and finishing at the magnificent Victoria Falls in Zambia, this journey explores all of Africa's best!
7 Nights | 8 Days
Golfers will delight in this excellent combination of some of South Africa’s finest courses. Drink in the sights and sounds of Cape Town playing pristine courses in spectacular winelands settings. Then move onto the scenic Whale Coast before ending your golf safari on the lush championship courses of the Garden Route.
7 Nights | 8 Days
Take this classic journey experiencing vibrant Cape Town before heading to the renowned Sabi Sand Reserve and enjoying a thrilling Big Five safari.
8 Nights | 9 Days
From exploring vibrant Cape Town, visiting historical Cape Winelands and enjoying the bygone era at Royal Malewane in the Greater Kruger National Park, this luxury South African safari offers it all!
10 Nights | 11 Days
The Western Cape is a golfer’s paradise offering breathtaking views, lush fairways and immaculate greens that will both delight and challenge you. Pair this with a Big Five safari on the renowned Shamwari Game Reserve and your African golfing holiday will leave you with unforgettable memories.
7 Nights | 8 Days
Soak up the beauty of cosmopolitan Cape Town whilst enjoying all this breath-taking city has to offer. Whether indulging at the shoppers Mecca of the V&A Waterfront, dining at one of the outstanding local restaurants or pursuing more leisurely activities around the peninsula, possibly penguin viewing, walks through Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens or a cable car trip up Table Mountain, Cape Town will delight.
Leave Cape Town and head up the South-eastern Coast to revel in the splendour of the Garden Route before making your way to the Malaria-free region of the Eastern Cape of South Africa for a family safari experience.
9 Nights | 10 Days
A unique and unrivaled experience of a lifetime! Join us on a magnificent and luxurious journey to South Africa. For the person who enjoys the finer things in life, relax and explore Cape Town, visit the gourmet capital Franschhoek, before heading to the Greater Kruger National Park for an exceptional safari experience.
15 Nights | 16 Days
The ultimate 16 day luxury tour of Southern Africa. You'll visit Cape Town, the Garden Route, the Kruger National Park, Victoria Falls & the Okavango Delta, taking in the best boutique hotels and lodges the African sub-continent has to offer along the way. This itinerary is ideal for fist time visitors to the region.
12 Nights | 13 Days
Starting with fun at the famous Sun City Resort, taking a safari in the world renowned Sabi Sands Reserve before heading to cosmopolitan Cape Town, this journey through South Africa offers something for everyone!
5 Nights | 6 Days
Fall in love with the Cape’s delights… Explore Cape Town’s diverse cultures and inspiring scenery before embarking on a taste-safari in the delightful winelands village of Franschhoek.
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Abbey Manor Luxury Guesthouse offers personalised service and home-away-from-home comforts in understated elegance. Ideally located on the slopes of Table Mountain it is within easy reach of all Cape Town’s highlights and a short drive to the Cape Winelands.
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African Pride 15 on Orange offers a distinctly different stylish experience from the innovative décor touches to the eye catching architecture and exquisite luxury on offer in the rooms.
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Epitomising the ultimate in style and ‘grace’, this luxury hotel set in the midst of Cape Town’s beautiful V&A Waterfront combines the old with all the modern amenities you would expect from a hotel of this stature. Spoil yourself in the spa before heading out to explore the myriad of attractions that have made Cape Town famous.
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Offering the very best in comfort and convenience, the elegant Cape Royale with its Spa and Wellness Centre, restaurants, gym, pool and bar is a great base from which to explore the exciting city of Cape Town. Relax in the spacious luxury suites with their living and entertainment areas.
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Set amidst award-winning gardens in one of Cape Town’s most prestigious suburbs, this luxury hotel promises you an extremely comfortable stay with its amenities including swimming pools, tennis courts and a Gary Player golf green. You will be only minutes away from Cape Town’s iconic attractions.
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Found in Cape Town's V&A Waterfront, the Dock House Boutique Hotel & Spa is a secluded refuge away from the hustle and bustle, surrounded by mountains and the ocean.
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With a reputation for excellence in both luxury accommodation and personalised service, the exclusive private retreat of Ellerman House is perfectly placed overlooking cosmopolitan Cape Town. With its understated stylish decor, on-site spa, gymnasium and swimming pool, you might not want to leave but when you do, the many attractions of Cape Town are on your doorstep.
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Four Rosmead offers the perfect location for any visitor to Cape Town. This Afro chic boutique guesthouse is situated in the leafy suburb of Oranjezicht and offers wrap-around views of Cape Town’s icons – Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill, the bay and the bustling city.
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Kensington Place in Cape Town promises you a luxury, bespoke experience of a lifetime. Quality accommodation, fabulous food, great atmosphere and an enviable location in Cape Town make this a great luxury holiday choice.
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Lawhill Luxury Apartments offers a fabulous, luxury home-away-from-home base in Cape Town. Spacious living quarters, modern amenities and easy access to the attractions of Cape Town, South Africa.
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A legendary Cape Town luxury hotel, the Mountain Nelson has been the destination of choice for discerning travellers for more than a century. Elegant and luxurious rooms and suites await you at this upmarket destination that is close by to all the major attractions of the city. A range of culinary experiences await you here.
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Step in a chic, cosmopolitan experience when staying at the One&Only, one of Cape Town’s leading boutique hotels. Spacious and extremely comfortable rooms, legendary food, an infinity pool and spa treatments are the just the beginning of what is on offer at this luxury hotel. A great gateway to the attractions of the Cape.
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Offered by The Last Word Collection, the Princess Emma Yacht is a luxurious option to enjoy the many sights and sounds of Cape Town.
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A haven of calm, luxury and opulence, the 35-room Queen Victoria Hotel can be found within the popular V&A Waterfront area.
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With its spectacular location at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and adjacent to the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, the luxury five star Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront will dazzle you with its sumptuous rooms, award-winning spa and fitness centre, rim-flow pool and upmarket restaurants and bar.
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Choose to stay in one of Cape Town’s most prestigious beachside locations when selecting The Sea Five Hotel as your base from which to explore the city and surrounds. Close to beautiful beaches, glamorous shops and outstanding restaurants, this luxury boutique hotel invites you to experience the comforts of their individually designed luxury rooms.
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Spoil yourself with ravishing sunsets, superlative service and a luxury vacation of a lifetime when staying at the Southern Sun Waterfront hotel in Cape Town.
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Known for its gracious hospitality, luxury rooms and suites as well as fine dining and internationally renowned wines, the Steenberg Hotel is an exquisite choice of destination when in Cape Town. With a superb golf course on site, a spa and gourmet restaurants, this luxury hotel is perfectly suited to discerning guests.
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Situated within walking distance to the famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront , The Commodore Hotel is perfectly placed to ecourage guests to explore the many attractions Cape Town has to offer.
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Choose a boutique hotel that offers luxury homely comforts, follows a service ethic of excellence and provides super comfortable accommodation in one of eight stylish and elegant suites. Set amongst manicured grounds in a prestigious Cape Town suburb, The Last Word Constantia awaits your arrival.
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Opt for a beach holiday when in Cape Town by choosing the luxury Last Word Long Beach as your establishment of choice. Facing onto 8km of unspoilt white sand beach, this luxury boutique hotel offers you a romantic getaway while in Cape Town. Go for long walks, horse rides on the beach or simply laze around in the sun.
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Stylish and sophisticated, Cape Town hotel, the Pepper Club will lavish unparalleled luxuries on you when you stay here. Everything is five star from the location in the heart of Cape Town, the luxury apartment accommodation, the fine dining restaurant, on-site spa, private cinema, swimming pool and concierge service.
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Elegant and stylish with its Victorian facade, the Table Bay Hotel, set in the vibrant V&A Waterfront, offers you designer-decorated rooms and suites, a gastronomic experience of note and a spa experience beyond compare. This luxury hotel, with its conference centre, is perfectly placed as a base from which to explore Cape Town.
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The luxury rooms and suites of the Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa promise you extreme comforts and amenities as does the hotel with its world-renowned restaurant, cocktail bar and on-site Sanctuary Spa. A leading boutique hotel in the city, it is close to all of Cape Town’s leading tourism destinations and attractions.
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An exclusive seaside hotel, the luxury Tintswalo Atlantic is nestled into the rocks overlooking the ocean in Cape Town. Part of the Table Mountain National Park, this luxury lodge offers a retreat from the world with themed suites, sparkling plunge pool, mouth watering culinary creations and more.
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Get into the heart of cosmopolitan Cape Town by staying at the prestigious Victoria & Alfred Hotel; this luxury hotel is set in the vibrant and popular V&A Waterfront district. With luxury rooms and suites, a boutique spa, fitness centre and swimming pool, this leading hotel is a great base from which to venture out into Cape Town.
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Stay in utter comfort at the upmarket Vineyard Hotel & Spa in Newlands, Cape Town. The emphasis at this luxury hotel is on providing exceptional service, which when combined with the comforts of their room, the award-winning Spa, the heated swimming pool and state-of-the art fitness centre, add up to a superlative offering.
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Situated in an old and established area of Cape Town at the foot of Table Mountain, Welgelegen comprises two beautiful turn of the century houses, lovingly renovated. Close to the trendy city centre, V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain cable way and a short drive to Cape Town’s dazzling beaches.
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Stay in style at the upmarket luxury hotel Winchester Mansion, situated in the heart of Cape Town’s Sea Point district. Offering sophisticated rooms and suites as well as a host of other facilities, Winchester Mansions is a great base for both business and leisure travellers.
We want to say a big thank you for all your advice and attention to detail— George Kendall
Just wanted to let you know we had an amazing time— Mr & Mrs Curtis Lester
We want to thank you again for putting together this spectacular schedule— Robert & Kim