Spa Island

The Kuoni Collection

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At a glance

  • Captivating views of Table Mountain
  • Private island spa
  • Complimentary Kids'Only Club

Facilities One&Only Cape Town

Pool, spa*, fitness centre, Wi-Fi throughout, kids’ club, boutique*, yoga*, Pilates*, stand-up paddle boarding*, water taxi to waterfront

Restaurants & bars

Dining at the One&Only Cape Town is simply outstanding. Nobu, the creation of Michelin-starred chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa offers diners an innovative blend Japanese cuisine, seamlessly incorporating a sumptuous array of local spices as well as fresh South African seafood. Reuben's was created by local chef Reuben Riffel this is his first urban restaurant and showcases a deceptively simple, yet wholesome and delicious bistro menu. Relaxed yet sophisticated, it is well known throughout Cape Town as an ideal spot for both lunch and dinner. Between Nobu and Reuben’s you’ll find the Vista Bar and Lounge, serving innovative cocktails and a wonderful afternoon tea with stunning views out over Table Mountain. Outside you’ll find Isola, an al fresco Italian restaurant serving wood-fired pizzas and grilled seafood throughout the day. The Wine Loft is the pièce de résistance, a spectacular tri-level wall of glass and steel with 5,000 wines in total –the largest such selection in all of South Africa – served with suggested food pairings to create a new and authentic South African culinary experience.

Spa & wellness

One&Only Spa is an oasis of serenity and one of the most comprehensive spas in all of Cape Town. It offers a vast range of treatments as well as wonderfully personalised service and quiet indulgence. There are 12 treatment rooms as well as the rest of the beautiful spa island, which offers a scenic relaxation room and vitality pools.

Children's club

Purpose-built KidsOnly Club offering complimentary fully supervised programmes tailoring to children aged 4-11. Teen fitness programmes and spa treatments are available for children aged 12-17.

*Denotes local charge