Table Bay Hotel - Cape Town, South Africa - 5 Star Luxury Hotel

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Rooms & Suites: 329

Located on Cape Town's Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the hotel straddles the antique breakwater and is an architectural masterpiece, capturing the essence of the enchanting Cape, the Victorian elegance of yesterday, combined with the contemporary design of today.

Cape Town. The very word conjures up an aura of natural beauty, soaring mountains, white beaches and incandescent oceans. Experience the city's rich history, its famous sites and its colorful mix of African culture and international sophistication at the world-class Table Bay Hotel.


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Trip Type

Business Meeting, Family Vacation, Romantic Getaway, Wedding


The Table Bay Hotel is located in the world famous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. The Table Bay Hotel is part of Cape Town's hugely successful Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, with its myriad mix of international designer shops, museums, boat trips (inc. the Penny Ferry), helicopter flips, pubs, a brewery, restaurants, cinemas (and an Imax cinema) hotels, the Two Oceans Aquarium, an amphitheatre, craft markets, live music and a variety of entertainment. Attractions in the Waterfront include: BMW Pavilion Imax Cinema, Robben Island Museum Tours, SA Maritime Museum, Scratch Patch, Telkom Exploratorium, Two Oceans Aquarium, Waterfront Craft Market. Cape Town offers leisure activities to suit everyone. Those in search of adventure can go paragliding out into the blue from Lion's Head, or abseiling off Table Mountain or swimming with sharks from within the safety of a cage in False Bay. For the more relaxed enthusiast there is rollerblading, mountain biking, and horse riding. Explore the abundance of the Cape's fauna and flora - there are many walks and hikes to choose from: Table Mountain, Lion's Head, Silvermine or Tygerberg Nature Reserves, Tokai and Newlands Forests, Koeberg Nature Reserve, the Cape of Good Hope and Helderberg Nature Reserves, and the Constantia Green Belt. The incredible stretches of coast line offer revelers the chance to soak up the sun. On the Atlantic side, there is the palm-fringed Camps Bay and the secluded Clifton Beach, however, for warmer waters, Muizenberg and Gordon's Bay offer great alternatives. There are numerous participative or spectator water sports. Table Bay is a frequent stop-over on numerous round-the-world yacht races, and during summer the local yachting fraternity enjoy round-the-buoys racing. The Cape is also noted for its excellent surfing and wind surfing spots, while snorkeling and diving, sea kayaking, inflatable boating and jet skiing offer the chance to explore another dimension of the Cape Peninsula. Horse racing's highlight is the annual J&B Metropolitan at Kenilworth racecourse, the richest purse in the Cape. It's a notable social event and a toast to the summer.


Cape Town International Airport (CPT)

Airport Distance

30 km

High Season

November through April