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Hands down, this is Cape Town’s most glamorous hotel. Full review →
Glamorous property in the lively Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, with peerless views of Table Mountain. Full review →
On the edge of a marina on the buzzing V&A Waterfront, this glamorous newcomer makes the other five-star harbor hotels seem buttoned-down by comparison. Full review →
There are audible gasps when people enter for the first time and see Table Mountain framed in splendid four-story-high glass windows of the sunken lounge and bar. Full review →
Forty years after hotel magnate Sol Kerzner built the country's first five-star hotel, he has come home to establish Cape Town's most expensive resort. Full review →The standard rooms are more attractive and seriously lavish, with the city's best beds and great mountain views (request a unit on the fifth floor); the rates below rise in conjunction with room size.
Situated within Cape Town's Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, this contemporary urban resort offers two types of accommodations. Full review →
Little expense seems to have been spared creating this luxury resort. Full review →
The most jaw-dropping in terms of amenities and price. It has two acclaimed restaurants with celebrity buzz, Nobu and Reuben's, with the latter treating guests to a free breakfas. Full review →
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 Full review →These are some of the most requested rooms for views.
Large luxury urban resort located in the Waterfront Marina, with excellent facilities and services that include a fittingly large pool, daily children’s programme, an award-winning spa, and views. Full review →
Arguably Cape Town's most glamorous hotel, the latest offering from the One & Only international hotel super-group is situated in the heart of the V&A Waterfront. Full review →
Outsize luxury is trumpeted everywhere here, from the tri-level "wine loft" in front of Rueben's to an outpost of sushi master Nobuyuki Matsuhisa's Nobu. Full review →
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