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Introduction to Cape Town

Experience the contrast of European sophistication with the wildlife-rich landscape that is Cape Town, South Africa. The hotels are as varied as the city's personality and Skyscanner's innovative search engine can help you find the perfect room at the best rate. We can also help with you airfare and car rental. Then it's off to immerse yourself in the beauty of this amazing locale. This is one time you don't want to forget that camera.

Things to Do In Cape Town

The Victoria & Albert Waterfront is a main focal point in Cape Town. Boutique shops, restaurants and food markets line the walkways. Book a helicopter, a sightseeing boat tour, rent a bike or take a guided stroll through the vintage waterfront, which dates back to 1860. Catch a movie at Cinema Nouveau or NuMetro, well known theatres in South Africa. Stroll along the boardwalk just in time for the sunset.

History buffs, head for the Chavonnes Battery Museum or the Social History Centre. If you want to add a little science to the mix, check out the Iziko South African Museum and Planetarium. It dates back to 1825 and is known for its collection of African dinosaurs. Specialty museums, such as the Cape Town Diamond Museum or the First South African Perfume Museum are also worth a look. Add in an assortment of art galleries and you're set for an adventure in learning.

To get a close hand look at some of South Africa's wildlife, book a day safari out of Cape Town or visit one of the local wildlife parks. Visit the World of Birds, the Cape Point Ostrich Farm or check out the sea creatures at Two Oceans Aquarium. Stroll through the Bishopsford Bonsai Garden for a close up look at their collection of mini trees.

Getting To and Around Cape Town

The Cape Town International Airport (CPT) is about 19 kilometres southeast of the city centre. International and domestic flights are connected to one main terminal. Arrivals are on the lower level of the three-story structure. Rental cars are available just outside of baggage claim. In Cape Town, you drive on the left, just like in England. Cars are right-hand drive and most of them are manual shift. Reserve ahead if you need an automatic transmission. A taxi ride into town runs about $30.00 CAD. The MyCity public bus system charges $7.00 CAD for a ride into town. Local currency is the South African Rand.

Hotels in Cape Town

You'll find hotels in every price range in Cape Town. Some offer vintage luxury while others are thoroughly modern and boldly decorated. In addition to specialty properties well known hotel brands such as Radisson, Doubletree, Hilton and Westin are all represented.

  • The Three Boutique Hotel, a four-star property, is a converted mansion that dates back to the 1770s. A designated National Historic Monument, the intimate 18-room hotel combines vintage style with the latest in electronic gadgets such as free high-speed Wi-Fi, Satellite TV, universal power outlets and even Nespresso machines. Perched on the slopes of Table Mountain, the views are stunning. The onsite Cape Malay restaurant is worth a splurge.
  • Located on a private quay between the yacht harbour and the Victoria & Albert Waterfront, the luxurious Cape Grace Hotel puts you in the heart of the action, yet provides a quiet retreat. The individually designed rooms are filled with Cape Dutch antiques and local artworks, complementing the rich earth-toned décor. French doors open out facing the harbour from every room. Enjoy a treatment at The Spa or a workout in the fitness studio. Indulge in cocktails at the Bascule Bar or dine at the upscale Signal restaurant. All the excitement of the boardwalk and the waterfront are steps away.
  • The Hippo Boutique, even the name brings a smile. Located in the heart of Cape Town, this moderately priced property looks unassuming on the outside. The individually designed rooms and suites are awash in colour and modern amenities, including free WiFi, plasma screen TV and Satellite TV access. The Hippo Suite features bright red accents, including huge polka dots on one wall and a lipstick coloured fuzzy rug. The Mini Cooper Suite features a chequered flag rug and British themed accents. Jerry's Burger Bar is right downstairs. You're also within easy walking distance of more than a dozen restaurants.