Named after Cape Town’s three iconic mountains - Lion’s Head, Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak - the Three Boutique Hotel harmoniously blends old and new in the city’s fashionable Oranjezicht neighbourhood. Built in 1740 and resonating with history and character, this carefully renovated National Monument building sits in a ‘user-friendly’ area of Cape Town with upscale shops, galleries and restaurants a short walk away.
The hotel has 18 bedrooms, each air conditioned and with a long list of comforts ranging from complimentary Wi-Fi to a personal Nespresso coffee machine. There is a swimming pool and plenty of lounge space but the hotel’s highlight is surely the rooftop deck, compete with views of the three famous peak views – one of the best spots in Cape Town for sunset drinks.
Priding itself on excellent service, the Three Boutique Hotel has its own shuttle to Cape Town International Airport and is also easy to find if you have hired a car. Cape Town’s most popular destinations such as the Table Mountain cable car and Camps Bay beach are just a short drive away. There is plenty of off-street parking for your rental car, and the hotel shuttle is also available throughout the day for personalised tours as well as in the evenings to take you to and from city-centre restaurants and the ever-popular V&A Waterfront.