Cape Town

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Gardens & Surrounds
16 reviews
The colonial traditions of the century-old Mount Nelson Hotel will please anyone yearning for a quieter pace of life. — Concierge
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Sea Point & Camps Bay
13 reviews
The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa is a 70-room luxury property with incredible views of both the Atlantic Ocean and its namesake mountain range. — Oyster
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Green Point & Waterfront
12 reviews
Offering views of Table Mountain and the marina, One&Only Cape Town is one of the city's most-talked-about hotels for its expansive locale by the V&A and its plethora of fine restaurants — Star Service
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Green Point & Waterfront
16 reviews
This sandstone-colored mainstay on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront has a backdrop of Table Mountain and is "one of the most beautiful hotels in the world." — Condé Nast Traveler
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Sea Point & Camps Bay
12 reviews
A historical landmark on the granite outcrops of Bantry Bay, this classic turn-of-the-century mansion is recognized as one of the top boutique hotels in the world. — DK Eyewitness
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City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
10 reviews
This is a stylish inner-city, glamorous spot that's also good value for travelers. — Fodor's
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Hout Bay
8 reviews
Perched on stilts between ancient milkwood trees, the ten wood-and-glass suites are so close to the pounding waves that it’s possible to toss pebbles into the rock pools from your private deck. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Southern Suburbs
11 reviews
Elegant 175-room hotel east of Table Mountain near Newlands rugby and cricket stadiums — National Geographic
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Gardens & Surrounds
10 reviews
Setting a high benchmark for intimate boutique hotels, Kensington focuses on sexy contemporary stylings with unobtrusive yet attentive service. — DK Eyewitness
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City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
9 reviews
By far the most luxurious hotel in the city centre...old-money-beats-nouveau-riche atmosphere, sumptuous décor, three restaurants and indoor pool. — The Telegraph
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Southern Suburbs
7 reviews
Home to the famous restaurant of the same name, this five-star hotel is a luxury country-living experience in close proximity to everything that Cape Town has to offer. — DK Eyewitness
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Green Point & Waterfront
8 reviews
A glamorous six-room boutique hotel, decorated throughout with ornate French mirrors, crystal chandeliers, contemporary charcoal artwork, and luxurious antiques. — Travel + Leisure
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Green Point & Waterfront
10 reviews
It is an ideal choice for individual travelers or those who want to stroll the area without safety concerns. The majority of guests are tourists who want a mix of shopping, dining and nightlife. — Star Service
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Gardens & Surrounds
8 reviews
An elegant oasis housed in a 19th-century national monument, Cadogan is one of the very best guest houses in the city, with 15 individually decorated rooms. — The Telegraph
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Sea Point & Camps Bay
8 reviews
Sleek, modern boutique that makes service a priority, just one block from the beach in chichi Camps Bay — Jetsetter
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City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
9 reviews
Built as a private home in 1771, this centrally located boutique hotel has teak-beamed ceilings, foot-wide yellow-wood floorboards, and numerous other details that recall its gracious past — Fodor's
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Sea Point & Camps Bay
8 reviews
Situated on the Sea Point Promenade, this Cape Dutch—style hotel faces the Atlantic on one side and Table Mountain on the other. — Travel + Leisure
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8 reviews
Stunning contemporary hotel, designed by London-based architect Thomas Heatherwick, set in the repurposed elevator tower of a historic grain silo complex — Hideaway Report
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Southern Peninsula
5 reviews
Luxury on a grand scale, yet you're invited to kick off your shoes and let your hair down. — Frommer's
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Southern Suburbs
8 reviews
Located on Cape Town's oldest wine farm, which has buildings dating to 1682, this small resort is a 20-minute drive from the city center. — Condé Nast Traveler
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