Hotels in Cape Town

Hotels in Cape Town offer some of South Africa’s finest accommodations in a destination nicknamed “Mother City”. Known for its harbor, natural surroundings, landmarks, coastline, vineyards, beaches, cuisine, gardens and museums, Cape Town is the oldest town in South Africa. For the adventurous, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, scuba diving, surfing, bungee jumping, whale watching, shark diving and penguin and seal viewing can be entertaining activities. When traveling to the Mother City, keep in mind that cars drive on the left, tap water is generally safe, and cricket and rugby are major sports. Currency is the South African rand and the legal drinking age is 18 years old. While tourist areas generally are safe, nearby townships or “flats” should be avoided. Big events include The Sun Met Horse Race, Cape Town Carnival, Cape Town International Jazz Festival, Smalltown Beat, Rocking the Daisies, Shakespeare at Maynardville Open-Air Theatre, SA Women’s Open, Two Oceans Marathon, Cape Town Cycle Tour, Cape Epic and TECHSPO Cape Town. Cape Town City FC is the area’s professional football club. Hotels in Cape Town can be exciting to consider. Before we get to hotels in Cape Town, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.

Archaeological evidence of human activity in the Cape Town area dates back 15,000 years.  However, not much is known about its habitation pre-1488, when Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias arrived, naming the area “Cape of Storms”.  Thereafter, the area was defined by the Dutch, British and South African periods, respectively. The Dutch planted several nonnative plant species such as grapes, cereals, ground nuts, apples, potatoes and citrus, which would change the natural environment forever. British forces supplanted Cape Town from the Dutch in 1795. The Brits introduced their own plants, most notably roolkrans in what would become the “flats” area, and eucalyptus to mitigate the spread of malaria. Along with the discovery of diamonds in 1867 came a flood of immigrants and war by way of the Second Boer War, which resulted in a British victory. During the mid-1900s, South Africa’s governing party was the National Party, which implemented racial segregation known as apartheid. Nelson Mandela, an anti-apartheid revolutionary and member of the African National Congress party, was the first president of South Africa and known as “the founding father of democracy” in the area.

The capital and oldest city in South Africa,  Cape Town has a population of around 500,000 people. Located on the southern tip of Africa, Mother City is known for its harbor, its natural setting and its landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point. One of the most multicultural cities in the world, Cape Town was industrialized mostly from the discovery of diamonds in 1867 and a gold rush in 1886. The city has average highs in the 70s degrees Fahrenheit for much of the year and benefits from cool to warm evenings. Hiking trails and beaches are abundant. Table Mountain is one of the most distinguishable mountains in any of the world’s major cities due to its flat top. Tourists may travel by cable-way and hikers may travel on foot to Table Mountain’s peak, which is over 3,500 feet high.  Ocean temperatures differ depending on which coast you’re on, with the Atlantic side being colder, and the False Bay side being warmer. Major points of interest include St. George’s Cathedral, Cape Town, City Bowl, Table Mountain National Park, Clifton beach, Robben Island Museum, V&A Waterfront, Cape Floristic Region, Simon’s Town, Cape Town City Hall, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Artscape Theatre Centre, Grand Parade and University of Cape Town. Barbecue is a common cooking method. Popular foods include meats and seafood, Bobotie, which is spiced minced meat baked and topped with egg, and the Gatsby sandwich, prepared with one staple, French fries, and various other fillings such as steak, fish, calamari, chicken or sausage. Beer and wine are the most widely consumed alcoholic beverages. Equipped with some background knowledge on the area, we are ready for hotels in Cape Town that will help make for a remarkable experience.

 

 

 

The Glen Boutique Hotel & Spa

3 The Glen, Sea Point, Sea Point

Hotels in Cape Town

Sea Point Pavilion

The Glen Boutique Hotel & Spa features free WiFi, an outdoor pool, sun loungers, spa facilities, a spacious steam room, a traditional Swedish sauna, a hot tub, in-room massages, flat-screen TVs, mountains or ocean views, continental or full English breakfast, free private parking, an airport shuttle and car hire. Bentleys Bread Co. (bakery), Sea Point Liquors (liquor store), The Press Bar & Grill (restaurant), New Asian Spice Supermarket (spice store), Arthur’s Mini Super (cafe), Fast Açaí Café, OKO (restaurant), The Dairy Den (ice cream shop), Mykonos Taverna (Greek restaurant), Syriana Restaurant (Middle Eastern restaurant), Gambas Seafood Bistro (restaurant), La Boheme Wine Bar & Bistro (restaurant) and more are in the area.

Milton Beach is 1,650 feet, Broken Bath Beach is 1,650 feet, Piazza St John is 0.2 miles, Mojo Market and Sea Point Pavilion Swimming are 0.4 miles, Signal Hill is 0.6 miles, MyCiTi Station Queens Beach is 0.8 miles, Queens Beach is 0.9 miles, Green Point Park is 1 mile, Signal Hill Noon Gun is 1.1 miles, Lion’s Head and MyCiTi Station Cape Town Stadium are 1.3 miles, Robben Island Ferry and V&A Waterfront are 1.9 miles, Table Mountain is 2.5 miles, Chapman’s Peak is 12.4 miles and Cape Town International is 12.3 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (suite with private balcony): $343

 

 

 

Mount Nelson

76 Orange Street, Gardens

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Labia Theatre

Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel provides afternoon tea on the terrace, swimming pools, extensive wellness facilities, a tennis court, private gardens, room service, marble bathrooms, a restaurant and a bar. Natalie Hill Hair Design (hairdresser), Nelson’s Eye Restaurant (steak house), Gardens Bowling Club (lawn bowls club), Orangia Tennis Club (tennis club), Oswalds Bakery (bakery), Van Hunks (bar & grill), EatStanbul (restaurant), Asoka Restaurant, Bar and Lounge (restaurant), Our Local @ 117 Kloof (restaurant), ditto Vegan Ice Cream (ice cream shop), Saigon (restaurant), Yindee’s (Thai restaurant), Leelawadee Thai spa (massage spa), The Public House (bar & grill), Toni’s on Kloof (Portuguese restaurant), Rick’s Cafe Americain (restaurant), Salon Ninety One (art gallery), Arnolds Restaurant (restaurant), The White Lotus Wellness Centre (wellness center), ëlgr Restaurant, Yours Truly (bar), Zootly (cannabis store), BLONDIE (restaurant), The Labia Theatre (movie theater) and more are within range.

From here Labia Theatre is 0.1 miles, Lifestyle On Kloof, South African Museum And Planetarium, South African Jewish Museum and The Jumu’a Mosque Of Cape Town are 0.2 miles, Christopher Moller Art Gallery, South African National Gallery, Long Street and Mediclinic Cape Town are 0.3 miles, De Waal Park is 0.4 miles, Table Mountain is 1.4 miles, Broken Bath Beach, Milton Beach and Rocklands Beach are 1.9 miles, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is 4 miles, Groot Constantia is 6.8 miles and Cape Town International Airport is 10.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $1,496

 

 

 

One&Only Cape Town

Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

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Two Oceans Aquarium

Offering panoramic Table Mountain views, multiple dining options, an outdoor infinity pool, a sun-lounger terrace, a spa, a sauna, a modern gym, a movie and game lounge, free WiFi, elegant rooms, private balconies, tea and coffee makers, marble bathrooms, rain showers and separate baths, One&Only Cape Town sits close to One&Only Spa, Avenue Conference and Event Venue, Two Oceans Aquarium, Bootlegger Coffee Company, City Sightseeing Cape Town, City Pass Cape Town, COOKED (restaurant), PlayDate SuperPark (indoor playground), The V&A Waterfront Watershed (market), HintHunt Watershed Waterfont (entertainer), Moro Gelato Green Point (ice cream shop), Woolworths Green Point – Portside (gorcery store), Barre Body (gym), Mano’s (restaurant), Bootlegger Coffee Company (coffee shop), ERTH (restaurant), Cape Town Stadium and more.

This hotel is 3,750 feet from  Mouille Point Beach, 0.1 miles from Two Oceans Aquarium and Cape Medical Museum, 0.2 miles from Cape Town Comedy Club and The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum, 0.3 miles from South African Maritime Museum, MyCiTi Station Cape Town Stadium, MyCiTi Station Granger Bay, Chavonnes Battery Museum, Cape Town Diamond Museum, Clock Tower, 0.4 miles from V&A Waterfront, 1.1 miles from Three Anchor Bay Beach, 3 miles from Table Mountain, 8.2 miles from World of Birds, 8.4 miles from Groot Constantia and 11.1 miles from Cape Town International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $5,903

Cost per person (four people): $1,475

 

 

 

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The Silo Hotel

Silo Square, V&A Waterfront

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Zeitz Mocaa

Boasting a fitness center, a sun terrace with a swimming pool and a bar, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, airport transfers, bicycle rental service, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, kettles, hairdryers, wardrobes, a continental or full English/Irish breakfast and a sauna, The Silo Hotel is found near Silo District (tourist attraction), Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Zeitz MOCAA Events (event venue), The Yard (fusion restaurant), Radisson RED Cape Town Roof Bar, The Willaston Bar, Si Cantina Sociale (Mediterranean restaurant), Rosetta Roastery Cafe (coffee store), Virgin Active Silo District (fitness center), Silo No2 (restaurant), LINDT Chocolate Studio (chocolate shop), Cape Town Diamond Museum, The Arena at the Waterfront (conference center), Cape Town Fish Market V&A Waterfront (seafood restaurant), Clock Tower Beer Garden and more.

Mouille Point Beach is 5,050 feet,  Cape Town Diamond Museum, Clock Tower, Chavonnes Battery Museum and Nelson Mandela Gateway are 0.1 miles, Cape Town Comedy Club is 0.2 miles, South African Maritime Museum, Two Oceans Aquarium and The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum are 0.3 miles, V&A Waterfront is 0.4 miles, Rocklands Beach is 1.7 miles, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is 5.5 miles and Cape Town International Airport is 10.8 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (the penthouse): $7,126

 

 

 

The Cellars-Hohenort

93 Brommersvlei Road

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Chart Farm

The Cellars-Hohenort provides luxurious rooms, world-renowned gardens and vineyards, 2 award-winning restaurants, 2 swimming pools, South African artwork decor, air conditioning, seating areas, a spa, a steam room, facial, massage, manicure and pedicure rooms and a tennis court. Greenhouse, Constantia (restaurant), The Conservatory Restaurant, Gate House Spiritual Centre (community center), Lash & Beauty Room (beauty salon), Klaasenbosch Greenbelt Trail (nature preserve), Alphen Trail Greenbelt (park), Diepriver Trail Greenbelt (nature preserve), Cecilia Plantation (park), SARDA Centre (horse riding school), Constantia Royale (winery), Chart Farm, Table Mountain National Park (national park) and more are in the area.

You may find Cecilia Forest Hiking Trail 0.5 miles, Chart Farm 0.8 miles, Wynberg Park and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens 1 mile, 2 Military Hospital Wynberg 1.1 miles, Eagles’ Nest Wines 1.4 miles, Constantia Glen Winery and Constantia Village 1.5 miles, High Constantia Wine Cellar and Maynardville Open Air Theatre 1.7 miles, Beta Beach and Bakoven Beach 4.5 miles,  Robben Island Ferry 6.6 miles, V&A Waterfront 6.9 miles, Chapman’s Peak 7.9 miles and Cape Town International Airport 9.5 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (premier suite): $516

 

 

 

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Sea Star Rocks Boutique Hotel

26 Theresa Avenue

Hotels in Cape Town

Table Mountain Cape Town

With an outdoor pool, Atlantic Ocean views, flat-screen TVs, blu-ray players, seating areas, terraces, balconies, bath robes, slippers and luggage storage,  Sea Star Rocks Boutique Hotel is close to Kasteelspoort Hiking Trail (tourist attraction).

Beta Beach is 3,000 feet, Bakoven Beach is 3,850 feet, Theatre On The Bay is 0.6 miles, The Promenade Camps Bay is 0.8 miles, Camps Bay Beach is 0.9 miles, Table Mountain Cape Town is 1.4 miles, Table Mountain Cableway is 1.5 miles, Clifton Beach is 1.6 miles, Lion’s Head is 1.9 miles, Mediclinic Cape Town and De Waal Park are 2.4 miles, Christopher Moller Art Gallery is 2.6 miles, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is 3.3 miles, World of Birds is 4 miles and Cape Town International Airport is 12.1 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse with panoramic views): $775

Cost per person (four people): $194

 

 

 

Cape Grace Hotel & Spa

West Quay Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Hotels in Cape Town

Zeitz Museum Cape Town

Offering elegant rooms, free WiFi, a spa, panoramic Table Mountain and harbor views, an award-winning restaurant, a whiskey and wine bar and a fitness center with waterfront views, Cape Grace Hotel & Spa sits near Bascule Bar (cocktail bar), Only One Yacht (boat rental service), V&A Waterfront Marina (shopping mall), Two Oceans Aquarium, City Sightseeing Cape Town, KnexT Art Gallery, COOKED (restaurant), The Watershed (market), V&A Food Market (fresh food market), Unframed Ice Cream (ice cream shop), Nobel Square (tourist attraction), Native Coffee Roasters (cafe), GINJA Restaurant, Galleria Gibello (art gallery), Den Anker (restaurant), MIRAGE (boat tour agency), Tigger 2 Charters (boar tour agency), Si Cantina Sociale (Mediterranean restaurant), The Yard (fusion restaurant), LINDT Chocolate Studio, Cape Town Diamond Museum, Clock Tower Retail Centre (shopping mall), Cape Town Fish Market (seafood restaurant), Chavonnes Battery Museum (archaeological museum), The Nelson Mandela Gateway To Robben Island (tourist attraction) and more.

From here Mouille Point Beach is 4,600 feet, Chavonnes Battery Museum and Zeitz Museum Cape Town are 0.1 miles, Cape Town Diamond Museum, Cape Town Comedy Club, Clock Tower, Two Oceans Aquarium, Nelson Mandela Gateway, Robben Island Ferry, South African Maritime Museum and The Springbok Experience Rugby Museum are 0.2 miles, V&A Waterfront is 0.4 miles, Table Mountain Cape Town is 3.1 miles, World of Birds is 8.2 miles, Groot Constantia is 8.4 miles and Cape Town International Airport is 10.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $1,535

Cost per person (four people): $384

 

 

 

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21 Nettleton

21 Nettleton Rd

Hotels in Cape Town

Mojo Market Cape Town

Providing air conditioning, free WiFi, an on-site bar, free private parking, flat-screen TVs, iPad docking stations, seating areas, sea views, bath robes, slippers, a sauna, a swimming pool and shuttle service, 21 Nettleton in close to Biskop Steps (fitness area), Clifton Beaches, The Bungalow (restaurant), Fives Futbol Clifton (sports complex), Maiden’s Cove, Glen Country Club (event venue), Cédric French Pastry (pastry shop), Glen Beach, The Glen Tree Circle (hiking area), Lila Bank (observation deck), Pipe Track Trail Run (tourist attraction), Lion’s Head Hiking Trail, Parapax Lion’s Head Paragliding Site, Cape Trekking Guided Hikes (tour agency), Lions Head Peak (hiking area) and more.

This hotel is 0.4 miles from Clifton Beach, 0.5 miles from Lion’s Head, 0.9 miles from Queens Beach, 1 mile from MyCiTi Station Queens Beach, 1.1 miles from Camps Bay Beach and Mojo Market Cape Town, 1.2 miles from Sea Point Pavilion Swimming and The Promenade Camps Bay, 1.3 miles from Piazza St John, 1.4 miles from Theatre On The Bay, 4.3 miles from Signal Hill Mountain and 12.6 miles from Cape Town International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (presidential penthouse): $1,125

 

 

 

Tintagel Guesthouse

90 New Church Street, Gardens

Hotels in Cape Town

Lifestyle On Kloof

Set in a 19th century Victorian townhouse, Tintagel Guesthouse has flat-screen TVs, an outside courtyard and garden, wooden furnishings, floor-to-ceiling windows, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers, desks, an airport shuttle upon request and free private parking, Tintagel Guesthouse is near Famke Concept Store (jewelry designer), The Fat Cactus Gardens (Tex-Mex restaurant), Thali Restaurant (Indian restaurant), Tiger’s Milk Kloof Street (restaurant), NY Slice Pizza Kloof Street (pizza restaurant), The Wok Bar Kloof Street (restaurant), The Poké Co. (restaurant), Unframed Ice Cream (ice cream shop), Lifestyle On Kloof (shopping mall), Woolworths Kloof Street (grocery store), Sorbet Nailbar Lifestyle on Kloof (nail salon), Spoilt Hair Salon (hairdresser) and more.

You’ll find Lifestyle On Kloof 0.1 miles, Christopher Moller Art Gallery, Labia Theatre and The Jumu’a Mosque Of Cape Town 0.2 miles, Long Street and South African Museum And Planetarium 0.3 miles, Huguenot Chambers, South African Jewish Museum, South African National Gallery and Palm Tree Mosque 0.4 miles, Broken Bath Beach, Milton Beach and Rocklands Beach 1.6 miles, Sunset Beach 1.7 miles, World of Birds 6.8 miles, Chapman’s Peak 11.9 miles and Cape Town International Airport 11 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $92

 

 

 

 

 

The Solis Penthouse

7 Main Drive 401 The Solis

The Best Hotels Cape Town

Signal Hill Cape Town

The Solis Penthouse features 2 bedrooms, a private roof deck with a private outdoor swimming pool and barbecue, panoramic sea, mountain and city views, a kitchen with dishwasher and oven, 2 flat-screen TVs, a seating area, 2 bathrooms, a washing machine and tumble dryer combo and two dining areas. Nearby you may find Osaka Sushi, Sorbet (beauty salon), Into the Blue (scube dive centre), Hesheng Chinese Restaurant, Korean Soju Restaurant, Cube Sports Bar, The Sunshine Food Sprouting Co (vegan restaurant) and more.

Rocklands Beach is 1,650 feet, Three Anchor Bay Beach is 1,750 feet, Milton Beach is 3,500 feet, Green Point Urban Park and Signal Hill Cape Town are 0.5 miles, Green Point Common and Piazza St John are 0.7 miles, Signal Hill Noon Cannon and MyCiTi Station Cape Town Stadium 0.8 miles, Metropolitan Golf Club, Mojo Market Cape Town and Cape Town Stadium are 0.9 miles, Cape Medical Museum is 1 mile, MyCiTi Station Granger Bay is 1.1 miles, Long Street and V&A Waterfront are 1.4 miles, Table Mountain is 2.8 miles and Cape Town International Airport is 12 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (apartment with sea view): $203

Cost per person (four people): $51

 

 

 

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Bayview Penthouse

40 Theresa Avenue

The Best Hotels Cape Town

Theatre On The Bay

Bayview Penthouse has multiple penthouse rental options and spacious accommodations with air conditioning, an outdoor pool, fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs, a library, a sun terrace, laundry and dry cleaning services. It’s found close to Kasteelpoort (hiking area), The Hussar Grill Camps Bay (steak house), Camps Bay Continental Food Mart (fruit and vegetable store), Bootlegger Bakoven (coffee shop), Beta Beach and more.

From here you’ll find Beta Beach 2,950 feet, Bakoven Beach 3,200 feet, Camps Bay Beach 4,300 feet, Theatre On The Bay 0.7 miles, 0.8 miles from The Promenade Camps Bay, 1 mile from Camps Bay Beach, 1.2 miles from Table Mountain Cableway, 1.5 miles from Table Mountain, 1.6 miles from Waterworks Museum, 1.7 miles from Clifton Beach, 2 miles from Lion’s Head, 2.5 miles from Mediclinic Cape Town, 2.6 miles from De Waal Park, 3.2 miles from Long Street, 4.8 miles from V&A Waterfront and 12.2 miles from Cape Town International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse bay/ocean view): $141

 

 

 

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So there they are, hotels in Cape Town that will help make for an exciting trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in South Africa!

39 Replies to “Hotels in Cape Town”

  1. The view from 7 Main Drive is breathtaking. Going over the skyline and looking into the water is amazing. I don’t think I could leave the deck. But while I’d be in Cape Town, I’d love to check out these nearby attractions at places like Urban Park, Cape Town Stadium, and the Golf Club. Further, the price is pretty cheap, at $51/night per person. You really can’t beat that. 

  2. Decisions, decisions.   I did not expect to find so many penthouses to select from in the Capetown area.   I believe that my family and I could be happy staying in any one of these penthouses.   I love the ocean views!      Thank you for sharing which ones had exceptionally high demand.    Most of the time, I prefer last minute vacations. 

    Thank you for sharing all of the information that you did.  It will be helpful as I plan my holiday.. 

    1. Hi Sondra and thank you for the comments! You and your family would be very happy staying in one of these penthouses for sure 🙂

  3. I’ve been hearing a lot of beautiful things about how vibrant Cape town is. The culture and people depict the place so well. It’s good to know that there are lots of option in terms of place where you might want to spend your vacay in Cape Town. The array of penthouse you suggested looks elegant and comfy at the same time. My top choices would be the Bayview Penthouse which is overlooking the ocean. It looks peaceful and tranquil knowing you’ll wake up looking at a serene  view. The other one would be Penthouse Harbor Bridge just because it looks modern and bringing my teens wouldn’t be a hassle. Thanks for all these recommendation. I hope one time we can arrange an unforgettable vacation at Cape town.

  4. Loving your website.  The view from the Medburn Road Penthouse looks spectacular.  Being close to so many amenities is also appealing, especially the airport only being 12 miles away. 

    I have never been to South Africa but a friend of mine is from there and it sounds like a beautiful place to visit.  With the availability of such nice accomodations, it is high on my list of places to travel to.

    Thanks for the great article.

  5. First off I love your site design, it is more than welcome, or, shall I dare say,  alluring. That banner is everything! This is very nice, I mean very very nice. I have to reference this in the future. Is this just for this particular location or you are having more penthouse rentals later in different states and countries? Also, are considering working with travel agents that offer package deals for travel and stay? This would be so great for our clients. 

    1. Thank you very much Shamane! Really glad you like the website design and always stay tuned for more penthouse options.

  6. Thank you so much for the beautiful review of the Cape Town area apartments.I am actually planning to go on holiday there with the family at the end of August and we were wondering if it would be better to stay in a hotel or rent an apartment. Reading your description definitely made me think an apartment would be better and with everything we need. Especially the Medbrun View Penthouse looks amazing.
    Thank you so much for opening my eyes to the different possibilities even on a holiday.

  7. I like the ocean view of these penthouses for rent, it’s so relaxing and I guess with that benefit alone the price you’re paying is really worth it. I’m sure our team members will like them as well. We all love the view of the sea and the blue horizon.

    Before this year ends, our group will be coming over South Africa for a business expansion and I will use this list of yours as a reference for finding a place to stay, all company-sponsored. Thanks for the list, I will check them one by one to see what’s fitted for our group’s needs.

  8. All the penthouse you recommend looks classy and elegant with its modem interiors. Renting one for a vacation will be cost efficient if shared with friends or family members. The culture and people depict the place so well. It’s good to know that there are lots of options in terms of the place where you might want to spend your vacay in Cape Town. The array of penthouse you suggested looks elegant and comfy at the same time.

    I love Ocean views! My top choice would be the Bayview Penthouse which is overlooking the Ocean. It looks peaceful and tranquil knowing you’ll wake up looking at a serene view. I believe that my family and I could be happy staying in any one of these penthouses.

    Thanks for showing all these beautiful penthouses. All of them have a very incredible view.

  9. South Africa has always been a country of great amusement to me in the African states and if I were to visit, I would really love to explore any of these penthouses. They are just a beauty to behold and a pure haven of tranquil serenity with an ambience of elegance and beauty. All the penthouses on this list are all awesome but I think I prefer the look of the 15 Views Penthouse. It should be a delight to see an array of sights while enjoying one’s privacy. Great post

  10. this is a really nice post on the best penthouses one can find in Cape town. I’ve been looking to travel to South Africa anytime soon as I have heard one can have alot of fun at very affordable prices. All this hotels are really but if I am to pick, I’d prefer the Victoria campus bay if I’m travelling with my girlfriend. The design looks really modern and sleek. 

  11. Cape town is always in the list of every traveler. I respect and love Nelson Mandela so visiting the Robben Island Museum is my dream where he spent 18 years when it was a prison.

    15 Views Penthouse is the one I am interested with since its nearby Robben Island Museum and the information you share on “What’s Around?” is super helpful. Being a traveler I often visit your site and I love it. The images you share are very helpful. Thanks for saving people time and money.

    Much Success!

    Paul

  12. This is good information to know as I have a business colleague in Capetown, and I may be traveling there soon.  Also I have another business associate here in the USA who is from South Africa and we spoke about the area the other day over lunch.  This is good timing.

    These are wonderful properties which you have reviewed at a most reasonable price.  You have presented a variety of choices based on a person’s specific needs at the time.

    The views from all of these properties are excelent and for what you get in amenities the prices are most affordable and well priced.  I appreciate this information as it will assist me in my trip to South Africa.

  13. Wow, thanks for this informative post. I’m into visa processing and I do suggest places for individual and companies to stay when traveling. Seeing this post have given me better options on penthouses to suggest to then. These penthouses are quite affordable I must say. I’ll certainly suggest these penthouses first before any other, and someday I myself would come visiting. 

  14. There is nothing more fun than to secure a conducive apartment for excursion, summer holiday or event. All this penthouse in cape Town are all eye catching. Their prices are reasonable. I have a colleague that is processing his next tripe to cape town in South Africa due to some historian purpose. I will tell him about this website for him to be aware of the appartment that is closer to his place of research.

  15. Hi.

    It is really awesome to read your post. Your review of The Best Hotels Cape Town – Penthouses is really good and your website design is really attractive. I think your post is very helpful for them who recently have planed for holiday in Cape Town. Also your post is very informative to know the details about the awesome hotels in Cape Town and about the cost, so that one can easily plan in their ability. My big brother has recently get married, they are planning for their honeymoon. After reading your post I am thinking to suggest them for going to Cape Town. And also when I will be free I will try to go there because I really liked the hotels and over all environment.

    Thank you so much for your amazing post. I am gonna share it.

    1. Monalisha thank you so much 🙂 Cape Town would be a great place for a honeymoon. Thank you for sharing and stop back anytime!

  16. Wow these penthouses all look amazing, I absolutely can’t choose. I’ve heard many good things about cape town and I’ve been planning to go there for a long time now. Eventually I’ll get there and I will come back here to give you my review. Thank you so much for all the given information.

    1. Vincent thanks so much. Cape Town is a beautiful and unique place as it sits between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, and hotels in Cape Town are no exception as they have some of the most impressive ocean views anywhere. Looking forward to your review and you’re very welcome. Enjoy your trip to South Africa!

  17. Cape Town is no doubt a beautiful city, an attraction to tourists and the desired haven for holidaymakers. The beautiful review of the hotels in Cape Town makes the idea of going there for one’s next holiday a welcoming one. The last there I was there with my family on holidays, we stayed in one of the beautiful wine estates. With the information I am getting from this review, I am going to consider a hotel for our lodging next time. Thanks. Debbie.

    1. Great points Debbie. Hotels in Cape Town make for an excellent idea for holiday or vacation. Wine estates sound wonderful and make sense since wine is so prevalent in the area. Thanks for your considerations and happy travels!

  18. Wow,  this is really awesome,  I have heard so much about South Africa and I have always wanted to visit but opportunity has not oresented itself,  but ust seeing these beautiful pictures amd how calm  cape town look certaiinly i am going for my next vacation in cape town south Africa and the Victoria Road, Camps Bay is just a perfect option for me.

  19. Hello dear, thanks for sharing such amazing concise information with us all, I was actually doing some research online when I saw your post, I believe cape town is really amazing after going through your article,  plan on going visiting with my family after these pandemic, thanks a lot for the info I’ll surely do some recommendations

  20. I read about Robben Island Museum in “The 5AM Club” by Robin Sharma. He briefly tells the story of how Nelson Mandela grew his power while in prison, opening himself to forgiving his jailors, rather than condemn them. He also writes about the vineyards around Cape Town and the excellent wine they produce. I didn’t even know South Africa made wine!

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