Regardless of the weather, there is an endless list of impressive attractions in Cape Town. Listed here are some of the more popular and interesting places to see which the hotel team would be delighted to assist you with bookings;
There are also many other options, from tours, such as across the Peninsula, in the Winelands or within the Township areas, or extreme sports, such as tandem gliding off Lions Head or abseiling Table Mountain, for the more adventurous. Please speak with the hotel staff for more information.
Cape Town is spoilt for shopping from high end consumer and fashion goods, to more local artisan offering and African memorabilia.
Condé Nast Traveler named Cape Town the Food Capital of the World in 2015, and it has been listed on the top five every year since. So, it should be no surprise that we are spoilt for choice with a fantastic food offering on every corner. We have listed our personal favourites here, and categorised them under three headings; City, Coast and Winelands.
Cape Town is easy enough to find your way around, and the roads are generally good and well signposted.
For Public Transport, the best option is the MyCiti bus system which operates around the hotel. These buses operate with a prepaid card which can be topped up as needed.
Taxis, which can be ordered through our Guest Services team, work very well, as does Uber
For more distant journeys, and airport transfers, please contact our reservations desk at and they will make the necessary arrangements for you.
Cape Town is very busy and vibrant. There are some notable and worthwhile events which form part of an ongoing calendar;
First Thursdays Cape Town is a free cultural experience where art galleries and other cultural attrac-tions in and around Bree Street stay open late on the first Thursday of every month. The night is as much about experiencing art and culture as it is about exploring the city on foot. We suggest browsing the galleries from 5 to 9 pm, and then going for dinner.
Tuning the Vine
Tuning the Vine has brought the Inner-City Wine Route to Cape Town. This great event, which takes place around Heritage Square on the second Wednesday of most months, showcases hip venues and presents a side variety of great South African wines and talented Winemakers.
Cape Town Carnival
The Cape Town Carnival usually takes place during the weeks before Easter. Each year boasts a new and spectacular theme and spectators will have the freedom of the city streets on the Green Point Fan Walk. Over 2 000 dazzling costumed performers and musicians will take to Cape Town's Fan Walk, entertaining viewers with floats and vibrant dance routines.
Two Oceans Marathon
This ultra-marathon usually takes place during Easter Weekend. There are various running lengths, but the most impressive is definitely the 56km run.
World Cup Rugby 7's Series
Since 2015 Cape Town has been the proud host to the South African leg of the Rugby 7's. This amazing event takes place in the Cape Town Stadium over two days, usually in the second weekend of December.