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The Table Bay

Opened by the former President Nelson Mandela in 1997, The Table Bay Hotel’s expansive design – complemented by feature floor to ceiling windows – ensures it is the city’s landmark hotel, an icon of Cape Town heritage.

The Table Bay Hotel is ideally located to allow guests to explore the vibrant city of Cape Town, the nearby Table Mountain and the region’s Winelands, to enjoy premier local and international shopping, visit artisan markets, explore the magnificent coastline or just relax by the pool.

The Table Bay Hotel’s distinctive blue roof stands out in the Cape Town skyline.  The hotel is elegant and luxurious. The design of the property ensures all of the  spacious rooms and suites either have views of the majestic Table Mountain or the Atlantic Ocean.

The traditional English High Tea experience is now a charming, culinary Cape Town tradition and includes a wide range of delectable sandwiches, cakes, scones, brownies and many other options.

New restaurant Camissa is the destination brassiere in town. Executive Chef Jocelyn Myer-Adams creates authentic menus using local ingredients to exceed the expectations of even the most sophisticated of palates.  The wine list at Camissa showcases the variety and quality of local South African wines and discerning drinkers will be impressed with the quality and range of choices available. Diners may also sample an intimate wine-testing session in the private wine room, adjacent to Camissa, prior to their meal.

Style

329 Luxury Rooms & Suites

Rooms

329

Open Season

Open All Year

Added Extras

High tea in the lounge is an event, with teas expertly paired (by the tea sommelier) with menu items to bring out the best of both

Use the complimentary shuttle to explore the city – this is a hop on hop off service every ten minutes and stops at key locations in Cape Town for guests who wish to explore Cape Town

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