Set on the historic Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the Table Bay Hotel is only 20 minutes from Cape Town's international airport and has all of the shops, bars and restaurants of the waterfront literally on its doorstep. Opened in 1997 by President Nelson Mandela himself, the Table Bay Hotel has 329 guestrooms which either look out across the bay to Robben Island Prison or across the harbour and city to Table Mountain. The hotels contemporary architectural style is entirely in keeping with its surroundings and each of its rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a butler station, honour bar and computerised safe as well as having a twice daily maid service and 24 hour in-room dining.
In addition to luxurious guestrooms the Table Bay Hotel also features a superb swimming pool and Jacuzzi, a spacious poolside deck and a pool bar where you can soak up the summer sun and sip on glass of bubbly whilst enjoying the idyllic view of the Atlantic Ocean and Robben Island. Adjacent to the pool on the first floor there is a fitness centre (open daily from 6.30am to midnight) and the Camelot Spa which provides holistic and traditional treatments for the skin and body suitable for both men and women.
Guests who would like to experience some of Cape Town's sandy beaches will find an hourly shuttle to and from Camps Bay Beach during the summer months. Camps Bay is the trendiest of Cape Town's beaches and attracts a fashionable mix of people. It is also a great spot to watch the fantastic sunsets. Back at the Hotel Table Bay there are a selection of excellent venues for wining and dining, from light meals to a la carte options and the hotel attracts a mix of couples and families in search of high quality accommodation for their holiday in Cape Town.
Distance from Airport:
9 miles - Cape Town
All have - bathroom/shower - WC - minibar - safe - satellite TV - radio - hairdryer - telephone - air conditioning - internet access - butler station with complimentary tea and coffee making facilities - (certain amenities may be payable locally)
Eating and Drinking:
The Table Bay Hotel has a variety of options to wine and dine you during your stay in Cape Town. Guests can enjoy elegant dining on authentic South African cuisine prepared by the hotels acclaimed chefs, informal ‘al fresco' meals and even high tea with freshly baked scones, cream and preserves. The Atlantic Restaurant is the Table Bay's main restaurant and has both indoor and outdoor seating where you can enjoy an intimate, elegant dinner while gazing at the Atlantic Ocean, majestic Table Mountain and the splendour of Cape Town's city lights. It also has a wine cellar stocked with the best South African wines and champagnes. You can also dine at the Conservatory Restaurant which is a popular lunchtime spot and also has superb views of the mountain, harbour and V and A Waterfront. It has a tapas-style menu and other delectable dishes with flavours strongly influenced by the Cape. For guests choosing to relax poolside during the day there is a convenient Pool Bar where you can enjoy drinks and light meals or why not enjoy the hotels signature cocktail, the Table Bay Rose, and a fine cigar at the Union Bar with its strong maritime theme. Last but not least there is The Lounge, with its large opulent sofas and old world charm, it is renowned for its high tea but also serves light lunches and early breakfasts.
The hotel has a heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi and pool bar as well as a spacious pool deck where you can relax and enjoy the South African sunshine or treat yourself to a soothing spa treatment from the hotels own onsite spa.
Offering top class service and facilities, the luxurious Table Bay Hotel will appeal to couples and families looking for centrally located accommodation close to the beaches and attractions of Cape Town including the world famous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
Couples and Families