Set on the historic waterfront, a hotel has been created that is not only a tribute to this world-famous bay, but which also sets its own standards in international service, cuisine and luxury. The Table Bay Hotel is magnificent, straddling the antique breakwater with a style that is both innovative and entirely in keeping with its surroundings. Its contemporary architectural treasure, its design and execution are the result of trans-continental co-operation. Each room either overlooks the bay to Robben Island Prison, home of South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela for the greatest part of his 27 years of political incarceration, or across the harbour and the city to Table Mountain. The hotel was opened with much fanfare in May 1997 by President Nelson Mandela himself. The Table Bay Hotel has a total of 329 fully air-conditioned rooms which include luxury rooms, superior luxury rooms and suites. The rooms have luxurious walk-in cupboards, marble finishes and writing desks and each is equipped with a butler station, honour bar and computerised safe. In-room dining is offered 24 hours. Rooms are turned down at night and serviced twice daily. Bathrooms have separate showers and baths. Vanities include a personal hidden dryer and a full range of internationally acclaimed cosmetics and toiletries. There are make-up mirrors and Mediterranean-style bathrobes and slippers. Between Robben Island and Table Mountain, you’ll discover the famed Table Bay Hotel. Cosmopolitan, gracious and relaxed, The Table Bay is the sum of all that is good about Cape Town. The rooms are inviting and represent the epitome of luxury and comfort. Exceed expectations at this 5 star hotel in South Africa – from the stylish writing desks, to the expansive windows, take in a scene of the harbour or the Atlantic Ocean.
2km from CTICC