Hotels in Cape Town, South Africa
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Map of Cape Town hotels
- Cape Town International Convention Centre
- Camps Bay Beach
- Table Mountain
- Clifton Bay Beach
- Century City
- University of Cape Town
- Boulders Beach
- Sea Point Pavillion
- Spier Wine Estate
- Stellenbosch University
- Greenpoint Market
- Cape of Good Hope
- Big Bay
- Cape Town Medi Clinic
- Boschendal Estate
Best hotels in Cape Town
On the southern tip of Africa lies the incredible city of Cape Town. With fantastic beaches, plenty of shopping, and the iconic Table Mountain, there's something for everyone. After being voted by the New York Times in 2014 as the, "best place to visit in the world," you don't want to miss out. And to help ensure that your visit goes as smoothly as possible, the booking agents at Hotels.com will make sure that you find the perfect Cape Town Hotels. With one to five star hotels available to choose from, Hotels.com will help you find the perfect hotel for your needs and price range. So whether you wish to curl up in the lap of luxury, or just need a place to change your hiking boots, Hotels.com will make sure you find the Cape Town hotel that is right for you.
What's Cape Town Like?
Just to the south of the city, Table Mountain dominates the Cape Town skyline. For the active outdoorsman, Table Mountain offers a number of hiking trails of varying difficulty from easy walks to challenging ascents. The mountain also has routes for mountain biking and rock climbing for the more adventurous. If you'd rather just sit back and admire the view, a cable car service is offered that will take you to the summit. Sitting on the coast, Cape Town offers several world class beaches to enjoy. If you plan on swimming, head for the False Bay coast. Though these beaches lack the infrastructure of the Atlantic Seaboard, they're generally around 3 degrees Celsius warmer due to their exposure to warmer currents. The Victoria and Alfred (V&A) Waterfront is a must visit for passionate shopper. With 450+ outlets, you can find everything from clothing, jewelry, electronics, and much more.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cape Town
As the most visited city on the continent, locals are very receptive towards tourists and visitors. Cape Town is one of the most diverse cities on the globe so whatever cuisine you're looking for, you'll likely find it. Nuts, fruits, and wild game are used widely in native dishes while beef is featured predominantly in most meals. Wherever you choose to eat, coming home to a Hotels.com Cape Town hotel will make for a satisfying end of the day. Hotels.com categorizes their independent reviews into sub categories such as family, couples, single, etc. to help you select the right hotel for you. With so much to see and do, Hotels.com provides pin pointed maps so you can select the Cape Town hotels closest to what you want to see the most. You can book from home or on the go with Hotels.com's mobile app for special offers.
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