Cape Town is a bustling metropolis with exciting activities, culture, and style. The city offers a range of properties and they're sure to have something to match everyone's taste. This list captures our favorite propeties, from the novel to unique, the ultra-luxury to intimate fun and boutique hotels.
Ellerman House is a luxurious family-owned manor overlooking Cape Town’s Camps Bay, noted for stylish main rooms and decks with magnificent sea views. Their wine cellar (and corkscrew wine rack!) are very impressive, as is their brandy lounge, champagne cellar, and contemporary art gallery. The ocean views are great and at the right time of year you can even spot whales while you enjoy breakfast on the lawns. It is expensive, but worth every penny.
2. Cape Grace
The Cape Grace is one of the top Cape Town hotels, offering superb service, a waterfront location and a quality five-star experience. Luxurious and refined, the Cape Grace is warmly welcoming and nothing is too much trouble for the staff. The tastefully decorated rooms overlook the yacht marina, working harbor, or Table Mountain, providing some of the most scenic views in South Africa. This is a great property for families as children are well-entertained.
We love More Quarters because it offers apartment-style accommodation, making it perfect for families. You'll have your own space and fully-equipped apartment alongside concierge service and the conveniences of a hotel. The neighborhood is a fun buzz of shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars and attractions that you can explore to your hearts content. More Quarters has always been a great hit with our clients.
Located in the trendy Kloof Street area of Cape Town, Kensington Place is a hip, boutique hotel offering stylish accommodation and excellent location. We love the artistic décor, great service and the friendly, homely feel. It is more of an elegant home than impersonal hotel. Kensington Place is ideal for honeymooners and couples.
5. Four Rosmead
Four Rosmead is a boutique guesthouse, situated on the slopes of Table Mountain. The building itself is classified as a historical landmark and we love the landscaped gardens and their solar-heated pool and a spa that provide a welcoming environment after a busy day exploring. This comfortable, relaxed, and intimate property is great value for money.