Hotels for Luxury Travelers in Cape Town
- 212 reviews
Ashanti has a range of affordable accommodation options ranging from dorm beds to wonderful en-suite rooms in a separate guest house. Plus, they have an in-house travel agency that can do everything from arranging a rental car for you to set you up on a great white shark dive. Their location is great. It's in a nice neighborhood near Kloof ...Popular with
- 22Hotel Class:2 reviews
The absolute best boutique you will ever stay at. Excellent staff, food, rooms etc.
- 232 reviews
16/20; Rooms 8/10, Facilities+Dining 3/5, Service 5/5. On a peaceful residential street, An African Villa is a tastefully designed B&B. Louis, Jimmy, Keith and the team will make you feel as if you have a home away from home from the moment you arrive. Their dedication, helpfulness and extremely high level of personal attention has had us coming back repeatedly ...
- 242 reviews
The description ‘peaceful haven’ pops into my head as I visit this Victorian terrace B&B in Gardens. The owner and staff were friendly and patient, so while there I was not at all surprised to see returning guests being welcomed back. It’s a small guesthouse, with 9 classy and spacious rooms which are nicely decorated (although bathrooms were on the ...Popular with
- 25Hotel Class:3 reviews
The Vineyard Hotel and Spa is situated in the suburbs but you wouldn’t know it. Tucked into a very large perfectly manicured grounds, it looks up into the mountain and is very tranquil. Although this hotel is very modern in its look and feel, there’s a lot of history and family woven in. Some rooms have hand stitched tapestries from ...Popular with
- 26Hotel Class:2 reviews
This hotel is clean, comfortable and welcoming. Nothing special but quite nice, well located (2 mins from the convention centre), and delivering service with a smile. The standard rooms were well furnished and functional – decent bathrooms, with bath in each. The suites were plain in style, but I must say were quite well decked out – very spacious, with ...
- 27Hotel Class:2 reviews
Mandela Rhodes Place is a businessman’s ideal location in Cape Town, located right in the city centre, opposite the law courts. The rooms are stylish and comfortable, if lacking in character. There is accomodation for every type of traveller – bacherlor pads, suites, double rooms and many come with a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering purposes, and some have balconies looking ...Popular with
- 28Hotel Class:2 reviews
Unless someone has a specific reason to be in Cape Town (for which they need to be in a particular area), de Waterkant is always the suburb I suggest for accommodation. It’s full of restaurants and bars; it’s cobblestoned and colourful; it’s safe; and it’s seriously stylish. It’s kind of at the epicentre of ‘things to do’, and is walking ...Popular with
- 29Hotel Class:1 review
Really good hotel service is amazing and amazing views from the poolPopular with
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- 32Hotel Class:1 review
There should be a way to award bonus stars. The owners and staff of Blackheath Lodge rejuvenate all those clichéd descriptions – warm, friendly, helpful, comfortable. I don’t know how it’s done but each guest receives their undivided focus, not only from the time one enters the lodge but from the moment the reservation is made. The interiors are wonderfully ...
- 331 review
Experiencing the true unspoiled splendour that is Cape Town in the way that it should be, The African way. Upon arrival I was mesmerised by the rustic true Cape Dutch Style flowing in and out of every nook and cranny. The suburb service and amenities offered was as an unexpected pleasure… Any request, wants, needs or desires was tailored for…From: ...Popular with
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- 351 review
My first impression? "Pity the Dutch Manor is situated on a busy street." While at first it doesn't do this hotel and its historical premises a lot of justice at first, the humming of the fars disappears form the moment you alk in. The Dutch Manor is absolutely stunning. It oozes history, with its antique furniture, accessories, trinkets, wooden floors, ...Popular with
- 361 review
Upmarket Mediterranean- style guest house with large, airy rooms, that include a lounge and dining area, and small kitchen. The rooms are clean and comfortable - it's really a great place to stay. It's located near to the Vergelegen Winery, which is definitely a must-visit.
- 371 review
The Mountain House is a fantastic private rental in Clovelly, Cape Town. Our stay was in August 2010. The house itself has 1 double bedroom, with the option of a second bedroom, which is locked off if you only have two people staying. The main bedroom is spacious and has a large comfy bed. There is plenty of storage which ...
- 38Hotel Class:2 reviews
With all the options for fun and interesting places to stay in Long Street, I wouldn’t put the Urban Chic Boutique at the top of my list of places to stay. The 20 rooms are quite spacious, with decent-sized, well-designed en-suite bathrooms, all decorated in a simple, singular hotel style. The on-site restaurant is called the “Eastern Palace”, where continental ...
- 39Hotel Class:1 review
Good hotel. Rooms of varying size and some views are better than others, so be careful about. But clean, modern, and very livable for up to a week. Spa is decent, gym is good, concierge service is excellent. Front desk also friendly and helpful and manager is reasonable. Breakfast buffet has a well-deserved local following and is complimentary. Main menu ...Popular with
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