With cool Atlantic breezes sweeping in off the ocean providing a refreshing contradiction to the warmth and bustle of Cape Town, the Table Bay hotel is ideally situated on the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront where the city buzz never stops. Restaurants, bars and shopping outlets are dotted along the waterfront area, with the impressive Table Mountain providing a picturesque and breathtaking backdrop. Table Bay hotel is a large luxurious property with 329 well-appointed rooms.
The rooms, all of which are air-conditioned, encompass a variety of room types, from luxury rooms and superior luxury rooms to elegant suites. All rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable, with excellent views. For those wishing to experience the height of exclusivity, the Table Mountain Suite is most accommodating; with classical styling, wonderful views of Table Mountain and a baby grand piano.
The hotel offers guests a range of facilities to enjoy. For those who delight in sampling new and delicious cuisine, the hotel's 3 restaurants will provide a scrumptious remedy to curious taste buds. Guests can also expect 2 bars and the chance to enjoy high tea. A range of treatments are provided at the hotel's Camelot Spa, while the floor to ceiling glass windows of Table Bay's gym provide a wonderful setting in which to exercise.
The Table Bay Hotel is situated on Cape Town's V&A Waterfront. 15 - 20 minute drive Cape Town International Airport (outside rush hour) and 5 minutes from the central train station.
With a prime location on the V&A Waterfront, Table Bay is within easy distance of many of Cape Town's attractions, including a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain.
Read what our previous clients thought of The Table Bay Hotel
V&A waterfront is a great location. Clean and updated hotel with nice rooms & great location.
Spa was excellent as well and reasonably priced.
An excellent hotel with friendly and knowledgeable staff. A minor difficulty arose when a courtesy car failed to return to Table Mountain to drive us back to the hotel, necessitating a taxi trip and some extra expense. This was reported to staff who undertook to investigate; it was slightly disappointing that we were not informed of the outcome. However, this is a minor quibble which did not spoil our enjoyment…
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