Sun International does it again – another fantastic Cape Town hotel in a prime position beside the sea where five-star luxury satisfies every guest. Nelson Mandela opened the Table Bay Hotel in 1997 and since then, it has hosted visitors from far and wide who are looking for sumptuous accommodation in a top-class setting.
Looking out over the extensive and moody Atlantic Ocean in South Africa, the Cape Town Radisson Blu Hotel sits on the edge of the marina where boats come and go and where both business people and leisure travellers can feel comfortable.
The Mother City is worth exploring, as is the V&A Waterfront: take a boat cruise to Robben Island or the famous Seal Island and choose one of many funky restaurants at which to sip good South African wine and taste wonderful fresh seafood.
Staying closer to the hotel facilities, use the state of the art fitness centre and cool swimming pool. Meeting facilities attract business people from across the seas and top class restaurants provide simply the best cuisine in this region ever.
Accommodation in this Cape Town hotel starts with 177 rooms and suites rising up into the blue skies of the harbour area, looking back to Table Mountain and forwards to the cold Atlantic Ocean. Standard rooms have satellite TV, baths, separate showers and bathrobes with slippers. Superior rooms have more room overlooking the breezy harbour and include breakfast while Business Class rooms offer business people a handy Nespresso machine to start or end busy days. Finally, the Suites are ideal for families with plenty of space, a lounge, balcony and even a kitchenette with two bedrooms and Business Class amenities!
Step into Tobago Restaurant for Cape Town food and well-known staples paired with South African wines. Sip a sundowner on the terrace while the ships come in. Affluent functions are held in the Harbour View Room with space for 120 delegates or party guests.