The Table Bay Hotel
With its superb location in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, the elegant Victorian-style Table Bay Hotel offers outstanding views of some of Cape Town’s most spectacular attractions, including the iconic Table Mountain and the azure Atlantic Ocean stretching out to Robben Island. As a member of the Sun International stable, and part of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World, The Table Bay Hotel offers service excellence beyond compare, accompanied by luxury and a host of special features, ensuring that each guest is pampered and well taken care of when visiting South Africa's much-loved Mother City.
On entering The Table Bay Hotel, guests can immediately discern that they are in for a memorable stay. The understated elegance of the foyer, with its polished parquet flooring and subtle lighting are a reflection of the five-star quality that guests can expect. Of the 329 rooms and suites available in the hotel, 239 are Luxury Twin Rooms, 62 are Superior Luxury Family Rooms, 6 are Superior Luxury Rooms, 13 are Standard Suites, 2 are Executive Suites, with 1 Superior and 2 Presidential Suites offering the ultimate in luxury. Four rooms have been adapted to cater for the special needs of disabled guests, with many thoughtful features to ensure comfort and convenience. All rooms are fitted with the modern facilities one would expect from a quality five-star hotel, and all have breathtaking views of either Table Mountain or the Atlantic Ocean.
Cape Town is known as a melting-pot of cultures and this is evident in the traditional cuisine of this picturesque area of South Africa. Guests at The Table Bay Hotel are assured of the very best in both traditional local and international cuisine at any of its three restaurants – The Lounge, The Conservatory and The Atlantic Restaurant. While each of these restaurants has quality and fine-dining in common, they are distinctly different in style, ambiance and menu, so be sure to try them all during your stay. Guests relaxing at the heated pool and jacuzzi can enjoy light refreshments while they soak up the sun or enjoy an African sunset across the Atlantic. With its charming maritime theme, the Union Bar offers an ideal setting for some end of the day socializing. Even if cocktails are not your usual sundowner, the bar’s signature cocktail, The Table Bay Rose may well change your mind.
The Camelot Spa at The Table Bay Hotel offers a range of indulgent beauty and therapeutic treatments that are designed to relax and rejuvenate. A regular shuttle service between the hotel and Camps Bay takes you to one of Cape Town’s most popular beaches, and when you’ve had your fill of sun and surf you can literally shop until you drop at the V&A Waterfront, practically on the doorstep of The Table Bay Hotel.
Last updated: December 24, 2018