A fresh urban retreat at the foot of Table Mountain.
A magnet for those who like their city hotel chic and stylish, this hotel has a central Cape Town location with direct access through its own palm-lined courtyard to Long Street – where you can wander around its beautifully restored Victorian buildings, vintage bookstores and heady mix of bohemian style restaurants and bars. There's a complimentary shuttle service to the V&A Waterfront where you can take a harbour cruise or catch the ferry to Robben Island.
The newly renovated rooms have a boutique feel with features like white leather headboards and upholstered velvet sofas. We recommend picking a room with a balcony overlooking Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. This creative aesthetic makes its way down to Copa restaurant where sassy copper furnishings and cream sofas make up an inviting bistro style hangout serving the likes of seared ostrich, roasted vegetable salads and decadent desserts. And the latest addition, Ruby’s bakery, is a kooky pit stop for coffee on the go or to sit down with cakes and cold-pressed juices.
The chilled-out mood continues with a retro cinema where weekly movie nights are held but guests can also slink down on any day to watch a film. Up on the 8th floor, Pepperclub makes the most of those iconic views with a petite rooftop pool that looks out over Table Mountain. Dip your toes or grab a light lunch after a gym workout or a top-to-toe treatment at the Cayenne Spa (at extra cost) – the spa has a nice little addition in the form of a youth menu offering teenagers treatments.
Intimate and tranquil, these smaller hotels offer a warm welcome and excellent personalised service. They are hideaway havens that offer the perfect place to unwind, wherever the destination.
Central Cape Town city centre location adjacent to Loop Street and just five minutes' walk from Kloof Street.
Good to know
This hotel has wheelchair accessible rooms.
210 rooms and suites
Restaurant, bar, bakery
*Denotes local charge