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Hotels in Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town travel guide
If you’re looking for Cape Town hotels, then chances are you've already booked your flights to this fascinating city. If so, well done - you won’t be disappointed. There are countless ways to enjoy yourself in this exciting part of the world, no matter what your tastes.

Getting your location spot on will only enhance your trip, so if being waterside with exceptional views of Table Mountain and Table Bay Harbour sounds like your bag, then take a look at the vicinity of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Sea Point, Green Point and Mouille Point are all located close by, but if you’d rather stay away from the throngs a little, look out for Bantry Bay and Camps Bay.

Inland from the water you’ll find Tamboerskloof, a short walk from the city centre, and right amongst it, when it comes to the restaurants and fascinating small shops of Kloof Street. You will also be right in the shadow of Table Mountain, another draw of the area.

With your hotel sorted be sure to take the cable car trip to the summit of Table Mountain, where you can gaze back down onto your abode from way up high. Sunset trips are available, representing a pretty spectacular way to call it a day. Get away from the city for some once in a lifetime sightseeing, including the De Hoop Nature Reserve some three hours from Cape Town. Sandboard the monstrous dunes, seek out the rare bontebok and Cape mountain zebra, strain your eyes for leopards or head towards the ocean for the penguins, dolphins, seals and whales.