The Table Bay Hotel

From: $250 p.p.n. sharing

Enjoy comfortable, luxurious accommodation with far-reaching views of the ocean and Table Mountain, attentive service and tranquil spa treatments.

Enquire Now

A 5 star haven of luxury, the Table Bay Hotel was opened by Nelson Mandela in 1997. The sophisticated hotel is located in the V&A Waterfront, a short walking distance from the shops, restaurant, cinemas and activities available in this beautiful working harbor.

The hotel’s design has a nautical touch to it, and has the atmosphere of an elegant cruise liner. Enjoy comfortable, luxurious accommodation with far-reaching views of the ocean and Table Mountain, attentive service and tranquil spa treatments.

Accommodation:

329 rooms and suites feature big windows, timeless and classic warm-toned décor, en-suite bathrooms and all 5 star amenities. Bathrooms are elegant and spacious, with marble and wood interiors, big bathtubs and his and hers vanities.

Families are well catered for in generously sized family rooms, and the hotel also has disability-access accommodation in comfortable twin rooms.

The Conservatory serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is characterized by upmarket grills, fresh seafood and an excellent wine list. The elegant Atlantic Grill is open for great dinners, and both restaurants have beautiful views. Don’t miss the exceptional afternoon tea in the lounge each day.

Guests can also enjoy snacks and drinks from the pool bar as they relax on the scenic pool terrace and sun loungers.

Facilities:

  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Laundry
  • WiFi

Activities:

The many attractions of the Waterfront are a short walk from the hotel, and this central location is also the starting point for some great city tours. From the Waterfront you can grab the ferry to Robben Island and a tour of its famous prison.

The city tour buses leave from the 2 Oceans Aquarium, and you can join these hop-on hop-off buses every 15-20 minutes. Within 10 minutes’ drive lie Camps Bay and Clifton beaches, the city bowl, Green Market Square and the Table Mountain cable car station, among many more great sites.

Visit the Constantia wine route for acclaimed wines from the country’s oldest estate, take a trip to Hout Bay and tour the old fishing quarters, visit the spectacular Cape Peninsula and swim with penguins in Boulders Beach.

Reviews


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Table Bay Hotel”