Best Places To Stay In Cape Town - Hotels
Cape Town is a sensational city with lots to see and do. No matter what your interests are, Cape Town will contain or be in close proximity to something that will appeal to anyone.
The city itself is full of restaurants serving world-class food and locally produced wines, lively nightlife and has plenty of scenic attractions such as Table Mountain and Lions Head. For those who enjoy adrenaline fuelled adventures, sky diving, helicopter rides and varying hiking trails are all offered.
Located on the Southern coast of South Africa, Cape Town's location also makes it perfect for aquatic wildlife viewing which is fantastic for most of the year. The colony of penguins on Boulders Beach in Simon's Town is found there three-hundred and sixty-five days of the year and whale watching is at its peak during June, July and August. There are also plenty of nature reserves located nearby including Cape Point National Park which has general game such as eland, zebra and ostrich but also contains fantastic viewing points of the coast-line like The Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point.
One of the most famous and popular attractions in that part of the country is the Garden Route. This is a driving route which runs between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, parallel to the Southern coast. The route takes you through winelands, stunning countryside and past important geological features making it an exciting and fun-filled adventure. You can choose Cape Town to be either your starting point or the end destination giving you a good amount of flexibility for your holiday.
If you are thinking of visiting South Africa then you really can't go wrong with three or four nights visiting Cape Town. It offers a completely unique and complimentary experience to a safari in South Africa. We have listed our favourite accommodation options below:
Tucked right back into the flowering suburbs, The Last Word Constantia is a villa-style hotel with fabulous flowering gardens. Its scent alone is therapy, but here you can also swim, take tea beneath the huge, leafy trees, or wander back for a cracking supper. The rooms are vast, great big comfortable beds and baths to return to after your days exploring Cape Town. This charming hotel has all the treats of a big hotel in a more intimate and secluded setting.