Situated in some of the most beautiful locations in Cape Town, these romantic honeymoon hotels in Cape Town cater to honeymoon couples looking to be pampered or couples just looking for a romantic getaway.
Romantic Honeymoon Hotels in Cape Town
Ellerman HouseEllerman House - 5* offers Honeymoon couples an exclusive and luxurious romantic stay in Cape Town. The stunningly modern rooms and villas have large private balconies overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. This is the honeymoon destination of your dreams.
Stillness ManorStillness Manor -5* is a beautiful Cape Dutch style manor house located above the Constantia Valley winelands. Elegant accommodation and beautiful tranquil gardens contribute to the relaxing atmosphere. The Stillness Spa offers soothing spa treatments for couples.
Mount Nelson HotelMount Nelson Hotel offers romance in a colonial hotel, setting the tone for a Cape Town romantic hotel getaway. Have the wedding or honeymoon of your dreams. The hotel offers couple's spa treatments, decadent cuisine, exquisite champagne, luxurious accommodation and magical wedding venues.
Cape GraceCape Grace serves as the ideal Cape Town wedding venue and destination for romance. The stunning V&A Waterfront, with Table Mountain as a backdrop, serves as the breathtaking setting where you will say your "I Do's" at this elegant Cape Town hotel. Fine dining, luxurious accommodation and soothing spa treatments are among the things you and your partner could enjoy.
Twelve ApostlesTwelve Apostles Hotel offers unparalleled romantic Cape Town experiences, where guests will make the toughest decision of their life - to be accommodated in sea or mountain facing rooms or suites. Twelve Apostles can help you plan the perfect proposal as well as the wedding of your dreams.
Winchester MansionsWinchester Mansions Hotel faces the breathtaking Atlantic coastline in the renowned Sea Point Promenade. The terrace at Harveys Restaurant is the ideal place for a romantic dining experience. Sip a sundowner cocktail as you watch the sunset fade into the Atlantic Ocean.
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