Most people will know about the V&A Waterfront’s hotel of the same name, the Victoria & Alfred Hotel, only footsteps away from the famous marina where boats go to and from Robben Island. Special touches make this Cape Town Hotel popular amongst travellers to South Africa who love the hand-written welcome notes and the array of five star facilities.
Situated five minutes’ drive from Cape Town city bowl on the Pier head, the Victoria & Alfred Hotel is a central venue for business people and leisure travellers. Explore both the Waterfront and the many sites around the city, including Table Mountain, Green Point, the Company Gardens and the National Museum.
Enjoy the hotel garden and swimming pool outside where the sun beckons. Sip a cocktail at the sun terrace bar or explore the walk-in cellar.
Victoria & Albert Hotel accommodation is worthy of kings and queens! Choose from 94 large airy rooms, elegant and romantic, with air-conditioning, en-suite baths and showers, king-size beds, tea and coffee stations with herbal teas and biscuits, minibars and wireless internet. Superior luxury double rooms for couples ensure everything is there, nothing is needed – looking over the wonderful Alfred Basin and Piazza.
Mountain and Piazza facing rooms on the first and second floors have flat-screen TVs and on the third floor, find superior loft bedrooms boasting refined sophistication and chic decor – for all cosmopolitan visitors!
Cape Town’s Victoria & Albert Hotel is friendly – guests find themselves looking out of windows at every opportunity to see new perspectives on wonderful views – the Mother City has it all!
After a long day of business or leisure head for OYO Restaurant & Cocktail Bar where breakfasts and other fine food is served inside or alfresco on the quayside veranda while live music plays.
On a more serious note, Dash suits those who want to eat fine food in fine surroundings. Try South African and international dishes created with flair. Sotano is a more relaxed affair, serving Mediterranean foods where diners can look out at Mouille Point Lighthouse and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
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