The world renowned V&A Waterfront in the heart Cape Town, is home to the landmark Victoria & Alfred Hotel. As its name implies, this luxury hotel is named in honour of Queen Victoria and her son Alfred, and lives up to the high standard it suggests. Elegant and stylish, it enjoys an ideal location, with views of Table Mountain and the working harbour. It’s in close walking distance to some of the finest retail outlets that the city has to offer. Attentive and friendly staff are on hand, ensuring that your stay goes smoothly, assisting in any way they can.
Built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse, it was later refurbished and established as a hotel in 1990. Acknowledged as one of the Top 15 Most Loved Luxury hotels in Africa, it enjoys a legacy of outstanding service and an elegant atmosphere that is reminiscent of the colonial era. All rooms are en-suite, spacious and have air-conditioning and Internet connectivity. With views either over the Piazza, Table Mountain or Alfred Basin, rooms provide a stately sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the Waterfront.
For those who like to like to keep busy, there is a gym, and the close-by Sea Point promenade offers scenic way to stretch your legs.
Guests can choose from a wealth of activities offered at the Waterfront; from boat cruises to Robben Island, to fine dining at world-class restaurants; from a visit to the Two Oceans Aquarium, to entertainment at the outdoor amphitheatre. Within reasonable distance from Cape Town’s other tourist attractions, guests can explore the Cape Winelands, pristine golf courses, Cape Point Nature Reserve and the breathtaking Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. The not-to-be-missed World Heritage Site of Table Mountain is a short drive away and offers visitors a choice of walking to the top, or taking the cable car.
Dining is varied and of an exceptional standard, and guest will be spoilt for choice at the sumptuous breakfast buffet. Described as fabulous” and having “first class service”, the V&A Hotel is the ideal destination for the discerning Cape Town visitor.