Set on the historic Cape Town Waterfront, the Table Bay Hotel has been created as a tribute to this world-famous bay. Achieving the status of Leading Hotel of the World, the Table Bay Hotel adheres to the standards of absolute excellence within the parameters of luxurious accommodation and superb hospitality. The Table Bay Hotel is magnificent, straddling the antique breakwater with a style that is both innovative and entirely in keeping with its surroundings.
It is a contemporary architectural treasure, capturing the essence of the enchanting Cape, Victorian elegance combined with contemporary charm. Panoramic views either overlook the bay to Robben Island, prison home of South Africa's former president Nelson Mandela for the greatest part of his 27 years of political incarceration, or across the harbour to the majestic Table Mountain with its shifting tablecloth and tumbling clouds.
Catering for the business and leisure traveller, the Table Bay Hotel offers conference facilities for groups of up to 300 and a team of Guest Relations Officers who will advise and assist in planning your leisure activities.
The Table Bay Hotel is located within the V&A Waterfront, which boasts the city's prime retail outlets, stocking a huge variety of goods including designer stores like Louis Vuitton. There are also many entertainment and leisure facilities including a huge variety of restaurants, cinemas, live entertainment, sunset cruises and more. A mark of the popularity of the Waterfront is the 16 million visitors to the centre every year. The Table Bay Hotel is only 20 minutes by road from the Cape Town International Airport and five minutes from the centre of the city.
Many guests will say that one of the highlights of staying at The Table Bay Hotel is the sumptuous breakfast buffet. The variety of fresh, delectable foods on offer will astound you. If you find yourself over-indulging there is no need to worry, as you can burn off the excess energy shopping up a storm in the V&A Waterfront or exploring the nearby attractions.