This is the oldest part of Cape Town's harbor, dating back to 1860. Although still a working harbor, it has transformed into ... More
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
This is the oldest part of Cape Town's harbor, dating back to 1860. Although still a working harbor, it has transformed into one of Cape Town's prime attractions. Restaurants, bars and cafes abound, and if it's shopping you are after, then its 240 stores of all descriptions are sure to please you. There are 18 movie houses as well as an IMAX Cinema with a five-story-high screen. The Two Oceans Aquarium is South Africa's largest, housing 300 marine species. A boat ride to Robben Island also departs from the V&A. Credit card acceptance varies by business.
This modern and relaxed setting compliments a unique experience whereby the staff pride themselves by ensuring superlative service and taste
with a disciplined attention to detail. Furthermore, all the 170 elegantly appointed, fully equipped spacious rooms, feature spectacular views ...
An elegant, classical hotel on the West Quay of Cape Town's famed waterfront, the Cape Grace occupies its own promontory,
surrounded on three sides by water. All the rooms enjoy outstanding views, whether of the harbour or famous Table ...
Cape Town s most famous hotel, the Mount Nelson is an urban sanctuary set in tranquil gardens on the lower
slopes of Table Mountain, offering an oasis of stylish sophistication, privacy and tranquillity. The 144 luxurious rooms and 57 ...