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Hotels in Cape Town

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Cape Town is the capital of South Africa, and whilst this continent is famed for it’s great plains, beautiful animals and sheer size, this city is a jewel you don’t want to miss. It crowns the Western Cape with a city full of incredible restaurants, world renown sports stadiums, and, most importantly, brilliant hotels. There are beach lodges for the surf bums here to check out the wave breaks, guesthouses for the foodies wanting to explore the vineyards and luxury city apartments for those just wanting to explore Cape Town in comfort.


City Centre


This is the heart of Cape Town, and it’s where you want to stay for sampling some of that vibrant nightlife. There are plenty of shops, cafes and bars on Long Street (this is where you’ll find some of the best coffee in Cape Town) and there are even more restaurants and nightclubs in the centre. The best news is there are plenty of affordable hotels and guesthouses in the centre, some even offer the option to self cater. On the other hand, there are 5 star hotels and luxury apartments on the V&A waterfront.


Table Mountain & Atlantic Seaboard


Table Mountain looks over the bowl of Cape Town city like a proud father, and the Atlantic Seaboard cradles the western coastline. There are plenty of beautiful villas and affordable apartments near Camps Bay, and some luxury (but pricey) lodges in Oranjezicht, on the corner of Table Mountain National Park.


False Bay & Cape Flats


The Strand and Gordon’s Bay are stunning parts of the Western Cape, and you’ll be joining the well moneyed folk if you choose to stay in one of the luxury apartments on the beach. The guesthouses that are set further back are much cheaper, and great for families exploring rural Cape Town and the vineyards. The Cape Flats are also known as the Southern Suburbs, and they’re a largely residential area. Newlands is the exception, with several boutique hotels and B&Bs close to the Kirstenbosch Gardens and the Newlands Stadium.




The beach lodges and hotels around Simon’s Town are perfect for exploring Boulder’s Bay (the beach with the penguins) and checking out some of South Africa’s best surf. This is a beautiful part of the Western Cape with a laidback, beachside vibe.


Northern Suburbs


Matroosfontein Airport is in the very south of the Northern Suburbs, and there are 2 hotels that are within 5 minutes of the terminals.