Cape Town is the social hub of South Africa, bustling with a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, from the tranquil, untouched coastlines to the dazzling city centre, no matter where you are, there is always a reason to stay. Nature enthusiasts will be awed by Cape Towns lavish beauty. Whether it’s a stroll through the rolling, green hills of the Cape Winelands while sipping a glass of chardonnay, or hiking the famed Table Mountain, any feelings of disappointment would only come from the thought of having to leave.
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For the more indoor savvy, Cape Town boasts an endless array of entertainment. Try your hand at one of the glamorous casinos, explore every nightclub lining the party capital of Long street, or give yourself time to unravel any stress at one of a number of luxury hotels and spas.
The streets are a pleasure for your senses, with colourful marketplaces, joyous locals and a delicious smell wafting out of every nook and cranny.

If you are a surfer or general beach lover and you plan to venture up one of the fynbos rich coastlines, make a choice between the glassy, tropical East coast and the wild, relentless West. Either way be ready for crisp sunrises, romantic sunsets, rolling waves and some of the best seafood your tastebuds ever had the chance to linger on. Cape Town isn’t just for anybody, it’s for everybody, and we would love to hold your welcome banner.

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Namib Guesthouse offers stylish and tranquil accommodation in Namibia’s premiere holiday destination, Swakopmund. All the creature comforts of modern living, spacious and sunny rooms, scrumptious breakfasts, and warm hospitality are on offer. Each of the rooms are elegantly furnished; Flat-screen Television with DSTV channels, Tea / Coffee station, Wifi and a hairdryer….

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Parker Cottage is a little different to the usual hotel or guesthouse experience. Rather than just being a conventional place to sleep, we offer an urban retreat right in the heart of the oldest and most creative part of Cape Town. We are about four things:
• Simplicity: no reception desks,…

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The Victoria and Alfred Hotel offers charming colonial ambience in a central, prestigious location on the pier-head of the world’s most famous working harbour – the famed V&A Waterfront. This exceptionally elegant hotel occupies a converted historic warehouse and boasts 94 exquisitely designed contemporary rooms. If you are seeking luxurious accommodation, world-class hospitality and spectacular views of table mountain, look no further than this remarkable, historically rich, landmark hotel.

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  • Rooms: 94
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  • Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, English
  • Special Interests: Leisure, Relaxation, Shopping, Gourmet, History Culture
  • Location: South Africa, Cape Town

Ideally situated within the airport precinct, the 90-room Road Lodge Cape Town International Airport provides convenient budget accommodation for travellers arriving in and departing from the “Mother City”. The rooms are all en-suite with a shower, toilet and hand basin; other amenities include air-conditioning and television.

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Fullham Lodge offers home away from home Camps Bay accommodation, the guest house offers a choice of self-catering apartments or bed and breakfast accommodation in Camps Bay The guest house is located on a quiet edge of the Table Mountain Nature Reserve overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Accommodation options available in the guest house include bed and breakfast rooms,(Dolphin and Whale Suites) with sea facing balconies and en-suite bathrooms,…

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We are well located near the happening city centre of Cape Town, the V&A Waterfront and the famous beaches of the Atlantic Seaboard.
Stay in one of our elegant rooms – a little eclectic and most of all, supremely comfortable throughout the year.
All rooms have FREE WiFi and are Air-Conditioned….

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Set against the backdrop of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and a stones throw from the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, Camps Bay Village is perfectly located for your dream holiday. Within walking distance from an abundance of day and night activities, café’s, sundowner spots, cocktail venues, fantastic restaurants and places to be seen,…

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Set on four acres of private nature reserve complete with lush green thickest of trees, water features and streams, this elegant boutique hotel provides a sanctuary for the soul. The estate boasts breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Twelve Apostles Mountain range as well as four pools, a tennis court, and a fine dining restaurant serving up gourmet fare comprised of a symphony of fresh ingredients from local markets. Spoil yourself at the onsite luxury spa which features a range of rejuvenating treatment options, a sauna and a steam room providing a refuge for the body and a haven for the mind.

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  • Rooms: 15
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  • Spoken Languages: English
  • Special Interests: History Culture, Nature, Relaxation, Wine, Hiking, Sports, Flora
  • Location: South Africa, Cape Town

Nestled at the foot of the picturesque Chapmans Peak Drive overlooking the beach lies, the 117 year-old Chapmans Peak Hotel, family run since 1977.
Situated 20km for Cape Town, along the Atlantic Seaboard
This combination of stunning location, in-house restaurant & bar, events & conference facilities make this Hout Bay hotel a unique choice
In 2009 the hotel introduced 22 luxurious new rooms and two magnificent penthouse suites,…

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