Cape Town Hotels


Featured Hotels in Cape Town



Protea Sea Point, Cape Town

Guest Rating: 100%
Located in Sea Point, the hotel is just 50 metres away from the city's most beautiful ocean promenade, and just a 5-minute drive to the stunning beaches. It is just a 5-minute drive from the V&A Water...

Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Cape Town

Guest Rating: 100%
The Radisson Waterfront is a modern hotel situated on the Atlantic Ocean overlooking its own private marina and Robben Island, eight kilometres from the beach. The 181 air conditioned guestrooms have ...


Guest Rating: 100%
On Portswood Road in the heart of Cape Town's famous Waterfront, the Commodore Hotel is just a 2-minute walk from the shops, restaurants and bars of the waterfont's main building. It is also within wa...


Guest Rating: 100%
Just 15 minutes from the world-renowned VandA Waterfront, and a stones throw from some of the most magnificent beaches in the world, the 12 Apostles Hotel and Spa offers the warmth and congeniality of...


Guest Rating: 99%
The hotel is a haven of serenity offering up-market accommodation, personalized services and warm hospitality. The fragrant pool-garden, blooming with lavender, rock rose and bougainvillea, invites re...

Kensington Place Hotel, Cape Town

Guest Rating: 95%
Kensington Place is situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, in the quiet, leafy suburb of Higgovale where you are close to the hottest spots, yet perfectly separate. Sink into the total comfort of m...


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About Cape Town

Most visitors to Cape Town prefer not to stay in the city centre since it can be unsafe and rather quite at night, and there are more attractive areas in the surrounding suburbs. The exception is Long Street, which is popular with younger people and inexpensive accommodation is available.

If you are looking for a hotel in Cape Town away from the city centre, Hout Bay (on the west coast) and Constantia (near the southern suburbs) offer beautiful surroundings. Constantia is particularly well located, being close to Table Mountain National Park.

If you want to be near a beach, there are over 100 around the Cape Peninsula, which is at the southern tip of Cape Town, though the most popular beaches are in Camps Bay and Clifton. Cape Town hotels in these areas are generally high-end.

The classic view of Cape Town (two peaks with the "Table Top" between) is from Blouberg beach, which is a little far out, south west of the centre, but has a great view and is also close to the Cape Town Rural Metro station.

The Waterfront complex, north of the city centre, will suit everyone, but families in particular may appreciate the array of shops, restaurants and entertainment here. Near to the Waterfront are Green Point, a busy area but very well located, and the next suburb, Sea Point. They are well positioned and Sea Point has an excellent promenade for sunset walks. It also has numerous restaurants and shops, although the area can be a little seedy.

Read more in our Cape Town Guide.

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Hotels By Guest Rating

100%Commodore Hotel
100%Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel
100%Protea Sea Point
100%12 Apostles Spa & Hotel
99%Acorn House
95%Glen Apartments Camps Bay
95%Kensington Place Hotel
93%Cape Heritage Hotel
93%Taj Cape Town
92%Townhouse
92%Atlantic Affair Boutique Lodge
92%Point B Guest House Hotel
90%Protea President Hotel
90%Colona Castle Hotel
89%Grand Daddy Hotel
89%Lourens River Guesthouse Bed & Breakfast
89%Sugar Hotel
89%Cape Diem Lodge
88%Winchester Mansions Hotel
86%Bantry Bay Luxury Suites Hotel