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An African Villa

Gardens & Surrounds 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Unbeatable rates in Tamboerskloof, one of Cape Town’s oldest and most charming suburbs, where narrow streets are lined with Victorian and Edwardian terraces. — The Telegraph

Elegant African-inspired surroundings set the scene at this small hotel, comprised of three renovated and interlinked Victorian terraced houses in Tamboerskloof. — Time Out

The upscale property feels warm and personal. The owners provide expert advice... arrange for taxis and car rentals, and offer free cake and sherry in the evening. — Oyster

Three terraced Victorian houses in the sunny hills of Cape Town’s Tamboerskloof district make up this 12-room boutique hotel. — Travel + Leisure

There’s a sophisticated, colourful ‘African modern’ design theme at this appealing guesthouse, sheltering behind the facade of three 19th-century terrace houses. — Lonely Planet

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Rodwell House

Southern Peninsula 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Just 30 minutes outside Cape Town in the charming town of St. James, the opulent 1930s house-hotel... sits atop a hill with a gorgeous view of the ocean. — Travel + Leisure

St. James is where the English aristocrats holidayed, and the air of moneyed elegance hasn't dissipated. Emphasis is on space, light, and comfort. — Fodor's

An ideal position opposite St James tidal pool and the catwalk that winds its way all the way to Muizenberg ensures that those who love the sea are in their element here. — Time Out

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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Cape Royale Luxury Hotel

Green Point & Waterfront 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Cape Royale offers spacious apartment-style accommodations that make a great base for longer-term travelers. — Fodor's

The Cape Royale has all the hallmarks of a luxury experience. — Oyster

Smack-dab at the heart of the newly rejuvenated Stadium precinct, this hotel is a good alternative to the Waterfront's Cape Grace. — Frommer's

There’s a touch of Old World glamour to the Cape Royale—the imposing facade, the dramatic lobby, the bellmen in top hats. — Afar Magazine

Opt for inner-city chic at swanky serviced apartments, complete with all the expected five-star luxuries and facilities, at Cape Royale Luxury Hotel & Residence. — Time Out

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The Table Bay Hotel

Green Point & Waterfront 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rising eight stories above ships and fisheries, the Table Bay has picture-perfect harbor views and direct access to waterfront shops and restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

Exuding the nautical charm of a cruise liner, the Table Bay Hotel has a heated salt-water pool, perhaps the only tropical sea water you’ll find during your stay in the Western Cape. — DK Eyewitness

Popular with both business travelers and tourists, owing partially to its convenient location on Cape Town's waterfront... features include a free breakfast buffet. — Oyster

Adjoining a large shopping mall, next to the water in the prime tourist district, this well-regarded hotel offers plenty of style and pampering — Star Service

The decor is sunny, with huge picture windows looking onto the mountain, marble mosaic and parquet floors, and lots of plants, including the hotel's trademark floral arrangements. — Fodor's

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Daddy Long Legs Boutique Hotel

City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Thirteen artists were each given the same budget to decorate the rooms at Daddy Long Legs. — Travel + Leisure

Each room in this hostel has been put together by a different local artist, and the results are individual, irreverent and representative of Cape Town’s lively cultural landscape. — DK Eyewitness

Celebrating the wealth of artistic talent to be found in South Africa, this budget boutique hotel caters for independent travellers and is a haven of innovation in the city. — Time Out

The rooms are tiny and the setting too noisy, but if you want to be in the heart of Long Street... then book one of Daddy Long Legs's arty rooms. — Concierge

An ideal choice if you crave hotel-suite luxury but want to self-cater. — Lonely Planet

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Glen Boutique Hotel & Spa

Sea Point & Camps Bay 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Glen is a discreet four-star refuge for the discerning gay traveller, infamous for its pool parties and hunky international guests. — Time Out

One of Cape Town’s premier gay-friendly boutique hotels occupies an elegant old house and a newer block behind. — Lonely Planet

This midsize boutique hotel on a quiet street in Sea Point exudes a playful, Ibiza-inspired energy with its mix of modern style and a bright Greek Isle palette of white and turquoise. — Fodor's

An impeccably presented, secluded boutique... a 10-minute drive from Cape Town's center. It is a gay-friendly hotel, though welcomes and attracts all types of guests. — Oyster

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Alta Bay

Gardens & Surrounds 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is among the most stylish operations in town, with plenty of thoughtful touches. — Frommer's

This smart and sophisticated guesthouse is situated in a beautifully renovated home under the slopes of Table Mountain and within easy reach of the buzz of the city. — Time Out

Cascading down the hillside, the design delicious Alta Bay is a haven of tranquillity and pampering. — Lonely Planet

A small, stylish and exclusive all-suite four-star guest house with just four rooms, located on the slopes of Table Mountain. — The Telegraph

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MannaBay

Gardens & Surrounds 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

No two rooms are alike at this eight-suite abode on the slopes of Table Mountain. Eclectic décor prevails here: choose from the Flamingo suite, where the eponymous bird presides over the... — Travel + Leisure

Nothing seems too much bother for the staff at this knockout property decorated with stunning pieces of contemporary art by local artists. — Lonely Planet

Located high on the slopes of Table Mountain, benefiting from superb city and mountain views, with highly-personal service and generous touches like complimentary dinner. — The Telegraph

On the slopes of Table Mountain with stupendous views overlooking the whole of Cape Town, this luxurious new boutique hotel is all tranquil privacy and bold designer style. — Fodor's

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Derwent House Boutique Hotel

Gardens & Surrounds 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This beautiful old house in a fantastic and very central Tamboerskloof location makes for a stylish and convenient base while exploring Cape Town. — Fodor's

This owner-managed hotel is conveniently located in trendy Tamboerskloof, within walking distance of a wide selection of fashionable restaurants and shops. — DK Eyewitness

A small, intimate property that in some ways feels more like a luxuryhome than a hotel... a free breakfast is served every morning. — Oyster

For the sheer vivacious energy of its hosts, Jo and Carol, this slick boutique hotel deserves the numerous accolades it has received from online travel forum. — Frommer's

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The Bay Hotel

Sea Point & Camps Bay 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This old favourite has been a staple of the Camps Bay shoreline for years. — Lonely Planet

The only large hotel in Camps Bay, this luxurious yet relaxed property sits across the street from a white-sand beach and is backed by the towering cliffs of the Twelve Apostles. — Fodor's

Glitzy five-star hotel on the fashionable beachfront strip. — Rough Guide

It's impossible not to be seduced by the Copacabana-like views of the beach that's just a hop over the road from this popular hotel. — Time Out

Situated across the street from Camps Bay Beach, this four-pearl property offers a wealth of features and chic interiors that attract leisure tourists — Oyster

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Four Rosmead

Gardens & Surrounds 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A tranquil, stylish hotel on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, which is popular with older couples (no children under 12). — The Telegraph

A heritage-listed building dating from 1903 has been remodelled into this luxury B&B. Special touches include a saltwater swimming pool and a fragrant Mediterranean herb garden. — Lonely Planet

Like Cape Cadogan, this small, well-oiled boutique hotel provides excellent service and plenty of thoughtful touches. — Frommer's

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Cascades on the Promenade

Sea Point & Camps Bay 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A slick, modern boutique hotel with just seven rooms in the heart of Cape Town, close to the sea and with a charming bistro. Hire bikes to cycle from Sea Point promenade to the V&A... — The Telegraph

It's not technically on the promenade, but close enough that the rooms with balconies at this trendily monochrome designer hotel have sea views. — Lonely Planet

This great-value option in the population-dense residential neighborhood of Sea Point puts business travelers and vacationers in the heart of Cape Town. — Frommer's

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2Inn1 Kensington

Cape Town 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

City-centric style seekers will love this perfectly placed boutique guesthouse situated just below Table Mountain and an easy stroll away from the city's must-do shops, bars and restaurants. — Time Out

The 2inn1 Kensington is a small, upscale boutique hotel a short taxi ride from the center of Cape Town. — Oyster

A boutique hotel experience at a bargain price in a quiet yet central location, with well-equipped rooms, a great pool area, wonderful breakfasts, professional concierge service, 24/7 reception. — The Telegraph

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Rouge on Rose

City Bowl, Bo-Kaap & De Waterkant 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Yet another great Bo-Kaap option, offering nine rustically chic rooms including suites (for no extra charge) with kitchenettes, lounges and lots of workspace. — Lonely Planet

On Bo-Kaap's burgeoning Rose Street strip, this innovative little boutique hotel offers hot accommodations within skipping distance of the city center. — Frommer's

Draws a mixed bag really, with guests attracted predominantly by the good-value rate, and delighted by the comfort it buys, as well as the owner’s warm and attentive assistance. — The Telegraph

Nine spanking-new suites in a Bo-Kaap guesthouse, each with basic self-catering and a lounge/diner. — Rough Guide

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Fritz Hotel

Gardens & Surrounds 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This guesthouse... is beginning to look the shabby side of chic; still the price, friendly service and central location are right. — Lonely Planet

A popular choice with German-speaking visitors, this hotel boasts African decor touches and bright and airy high-ceilinged bedrooms. — Time Out

An affordable, quirky hotel off buzzy Kloof Street. — The Telegraph

Fritz Hotel is within easy reach of the Kloof Street restaurant strip, right on the edge of the city center, furnished with an eclectic selection of Art Deco and 1950s antiques. — Frommer's

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La Grenadine

Cape Town 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A renovated 19th-century farm building owned by French artistes, set in a pretty, tranquil garden with old pomegranate, guava, avocado and olive trees. — The Telegraph

Owned by a French couple, you could mistake La Grenadine for a hotel in the heart of Provence. — Condé Nast Traveler

Expat couple Maxime and Mélodie ladle on the Gallic charm at this imaginatively renovated former stables, where the ancient stone walls are a feature of the rooms. — Lonely Planet

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Welgelegen

Gardens & Surrounds 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The look is a mixture of African chic and romantic whimsy, and the pretty courtyard is a good place to relax after a busy day. — Fodor's

This is one of the best-value guest houses in the city, and a personal favourite when booking for friends or family visiting from the UK. — The Telegraph

A Victorian guesthouse with mountain views and furnished with considerable style. — Rough Guide

Seductively simple, Welgelegen hotel is a boutique B&B in Cape Town a short stroll from chic Kloof Street. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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The Commodore

Cape Town 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated in a white building with a glass entrance and five floors of guest rooms, this hotel is nautically themed like its less-opulent sibling next door, the PortsWood. Located just a... — Star Service

The 236-room Commodore is a pleasant enough, but slightly dated upper-middle-range hotel located in the V&A Waterfront area of Cape Town, a few minutes' walk from the quayside. — Oyster

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Blackheath Lodge

Sea Point & Camps Bay 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Conveniently located on a quiet street in upper Sea Point, this small, stylish Victorian-era hotel with great concierge-level owner-rendered service is an extremely good value. — Fodor's

This picturesque Victorian oasis comes complete with breakfast and pool and very, very good prices. — Time Out

Superb owner-run guesthouse in a grand Victorian home that just gets everything right. Down a quiet backstreet, it’s close to the Sea Point action. — Rough Guide

Located under Signal Hill, close to the V&A Waterfront and Clifton and Camps Bay beaches, Blackheath Lodge is housed in an 1880s Victorian building. — DK Eyewitness

The hotel serves a free breakfast on a terrace beside a cozy garden and pool, and the extremely helpful staff offers travel and restaurant tips. — Oyster

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Queen Victoria Hotel

Green Point & Waterfront 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As if this city were not already rife with charming hotels, the Queen Victoria adds yet another viable option for those looking for a hotel near the V&A hubbub — Star Service

Colonial crash pad with glamorous rooms and a top-notch restaurant on Cape Town's V&A Waterfront. — Jetsetter

Royal and sumptuous, with purple accents and monogrammed robes. Guest rooms are decorated in a soothing palette of silver, gray, and taupe. — Condé Nast Traveler

One of several elegant properties at the Waterfront run by the Newmark group. Rooms are spacious. — Lonely Planet

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