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Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel, Cape Town
9
Gardens & Surrounds
16 reviews
The sugar-pink painted ‘Nellie’ recalls Cape Town’s colonial era with its chintz decor and doormen in pith helmets. — Lonely Planet
The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa
9
Sea Point & Camps Bay
13 reviews
This smart hotel is poised above the Atlantic rollers on the beach road between Camps Bay and Llandudno. — Concierge
One&Only Cape Town
8
Green Point & Waterfront
12 reviews
Hands down, this is Cape Town’s most glamorous hotel. — Afar Magazine
Ellerman House
8
Sea Point & Camps Bay
12 reviews
This lavish, historic, former private home boasts stunning views over Bantry Bay to the Atlantic Ocean. — Gayot
Cape Grace
8
Green Point & Waterfront
16 reviews
A member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World group, the Cape Grace is the stately jewel in the crown of the Waterfront’s crop of hotels. — DK Eyewitness
Grand Daddy Hotel
8
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
10 reviews
The Grand Daddy’s star attraction is its roof-top trailer park of penthouse suites made from seven vintage Airstream trailers decorated by different artists and designers. — Lonely Planet
Tintswalo Atlantic
8
Hout Bay
8 reviews
Visitors attracted to the Cape Peninsula for its natural grandeur will think they've died and gone to heaven when arriving at this discreetly luxurious boutique hotel. — Fodor's
Vineyard Hotel
8
Southern Suburbs
11 reviews
On six acres of rolling gardens overlooking the Liesbeek River in residential Newlands, this comfortable hotel was built around the 18th-century weekend home of Lady Anne Barnard. — Fodor's
Kensington Place
8
Gardens & Surrounds
10 reviews
The staff is helpful and accommodating and will arrange everything from dinner reservations to daily excursions. — Fodor's
Taj Cape Town
8
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
9 reviews
The centrally located, 176-room Taj Cape Town is a luxurious property occupying two refurbished historic buildings and a contemporary tower — Oyster
The Cellars-Hohenort
8
Southern Suburbs
7 reviews
An oasis of sorts, it's perfect if you're interested in a mountain retreat. — Frommer's
POD Camps Bay Boutique Hotel
8
Sea Point & Camps Bay
8 reviews
Offering clean, contemporary design, POD is perfectly angled to catch the Camps Bay action from its bar and spacious pool and deck area. The cheapest rooms have mountain rather than sea views; luxury. — Lonely Planet
Victoria & Alfred Hotel
8
Green Point & Waterfront
10 reviews
The chic loft rooms, with whitewashed brick and the exposed girders of the old warehouse, are the ones to opt for here. — Lonely Planet
Cape Cadogan
8
Gardens & Surrounds
8 reviews
It's a sensual kind of place that feels private, with all-white decor, sparkling chandeliers, and open, travertine-tiled bathrooms. — Concierge
Dock House Boutique Hotel
8
Green Point & Waterfront
8 reviews
Infinitely more stylish and exclusive than any other Waterfront options, it's so discreetly situated that hardly anyone knows of its existence. — Frommer's
Cape Heritage Hotel
8
City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant
9 reviews
Old meets new at this quaint boutique hotel in an 18th-century building in the heart of the central business district's vibey Bree Street. — Travel + Leisure
La Grenadine
8
5 reviews
Owned by a French couple, you could mistake La Grenadine for a hotel in the heart of Provence. — Condé Nast Traveler
Rodwell House
8
Southern Peninsula
5 reviews
Rodwell House is my favourite option on the False Bay coast, which has far more history and charm than the glitzy Atlantic seaboard. — The Telegraph
Winchester Mansion Hotel
8
Sea Point & Camps Bay
8 reviews
This charming property combines old world details with a thoroughly modern understanding of what one wants from a hotel stay. — Time Out
The Silo Hotel
8
8 reviews
This boldly decorated hotel is like living in a modern art museum—with the best views in Cape Town. — Condé Nast Traveler
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