Style & Décor
European chic meets Cape Town cool in these stylish apartments. Smooth veneer timber finishes and contemporary furnishings create a warm and elegant ambience, while touches of glass and steel in the bathrooms and kitchen add a sophisticated appeal. Crisp white linen and deluxe toiletries offer luxurious comforts at the end of a busy day in Africa's best-loved city.
A wide range of trendy boutiques, restaurants and sidewalk cafés makes Cape Town’s village of De Waterkant one of the city’s most sought-after addresses. Situated just minutes from the city centre and the V&A Waterfront, the cobbled streets and colourful houses of the nearby Bo-Kaap neighbourhood echo the history of the area, once home to Cape Town's slaves. With an atmosphere similar to London's Notting Hill, it is easy to spend the morning relaxing like a local at a corner café and watching the world go by yet it is also only a short drive to Table Mountain and the classic city beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.
Ideal for families, couples and groups of friends looking for sophisticated style and comfort at the heart of the Cape Town urban experience.
Best time to visit
Head for the Cape from November to March for blue summer skies and long days on the beach though you can expect busy restaurants and beaches in the December and January high season. Visit in March and April for cooler days, less wind and far fewer visitors.
The May to September winter is a season of cool to mild sunny days interrupted by regular periods of rain. It is the time for long drives along rugged coastlines and tasting fine Cape vintages in the rolling vineyards of the Cape Winelands.
Secure off-street parking is available in the Cape Quarter underground parking area.