city centre

Ask for our useful City Walking Map to explore Cape Town’s top eateries, galleries, shopping, nightlife, entertainment, historic sites and museums.

Eateries & cafés

The Cape Town CBD is a foodies dream come true, immerse yourself in our coffee culture with eateries and cafés within walking distance from the hotel. Chef’s Warehouse, Ash, Charlie’s Bakery, Truth Coffee and Raw Espresso Bar are some of the most interesting and quaint places to visit near the hotel.

Shopping & nightlife

The markets of Greenmarket Square and Church Street are a souvenir hunter’s delight. Clothing, antique and book shops abound in Victorian Long Street and trendy Kloof Street, with its café’s and restaurants open till late. The V&A Waterfront is a well-known landmark and known for its variety of shops and eateries.

Art & entertainment

Our 2014 World Design Capital has many Arts experiences, from the collections of the National Gallery to independent art and craft venues. City Hall, home of the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, the Fugard Theatre and Artscape Centre, stage international music, theatre, opera and ballet productions .

Museums & historic sites

The life and times of the city’s many peoples are explored at the Slave Lodge, District Six, Bo-Kaap and Jewish Museums, and natural history at the SA Museum. The most recent art museum, the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, opened in September 2017 at the V&A Waterfront. The Company Gardens and Cape Town Castle are two of some 50 heritage sights in this three and a half centuries-old city.