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Most guests stay three to four nights in this smart, five-star property on the V&A Waterfront, where guests can enjoy a large pool and spa, along with spacious, thoughtfully-designed rooms with a view of Table Mountain. Four restaurants, including an outpost of Nobu, are complemented by an art gallery, fitness centre and children's club.

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This self-contained luxury resort sits next to the yacht marina at the western end of the V&A Waterfront. It is part of a circle of residential properties looking onto a duo of central islands on which some rooms and suites are set. Airport transfers take around 20 minutes, and there is complimentary underground parking. The Two Oceans Aquarium is close by. Walk a little further east and you'll reach the Victoria Wharf shopping centre then the Nelson Mandela Gateway, from where boat trips depart to Robben Island.

By plane: direct flights from London Heathrow to Cape Town take 12 hours. The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the airport. Free parking available. Book flights to Cape Town.

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Rising to seven floors, this plush and polished resort is anchored on a powerhouse lobby lounge with the oval-shaped Vista Bar looking out to the pool and its islands. It's an inviting space with a pianist in the evening and the busy public areas contrast with the pampering serenity of the bedrooms.


Facilities include a fitness centre and yoga studio, and you can arrange guided exercise excursions following mountain and forest trails. There's a first-floor art gallery with works for sale and a concierge desk with a wealth of experiences from whale watching and diving with sharks to golf and vineyard tours.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Kids' club
  • Art gallery
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The hotel boasts the largest bedrooms in Cape Town and the new design is both classy and restful. Subdued hues in grey and brown are paired with colourful notes such as a gold chair and a headboard with a decorative shield depicting a shattered gemstone.

Room types: Marina, Premier Marina, Island Superior, Marina Suite, Island Suite, Grand Suite, Table Mountain Suite, Presidential Suite, The Penthouse

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi


Breakfast is included in the rate, a generous buffet served in the hangar-like Ochre restaurant that is available until 11am and includes oysters and poké bowls. For the rest of the day, snacks and meals are available in the Vista Bar and Lounge where treats include koeksisters (mini-doughnuts) and a choice of 14 South African gins.

Nobu: elegant dining, Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine. Open daily, 6-11pm.

Vista Bar & Lounge: chic all-day venue, serving light bites and afternoon tea. Open daily, 7am-11.30pm.

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