A five-star boutique hotel
City | Spa
Positioned within a precinct of heritage buildings, the Queen Victoria hotel location sets it above other hotels, with the impression of being within the waterfront vicinity, without the frantic pace of it. The location of the hotel benefits guests, with easy access to the waterfront, shopping precincts, harbour, restaurants and popular attractions yet also within a secluded enclave, overlooking Cape Town Harbour, the Atlantic Ocean, City Bowl and Table Mountain. Cape Town International Airport is only 22.2km away with the Nelson Mandela ferry terminal 3 minutes’ walk away.
The five star boutique Queen Victoria hotel is composed of 32 rooms and three suites, all catering to the different needs and requirements of guests. The Deluxe and Premium rooms are all fitted with high-tech amenities including internet and flat-screen televisions, alongside the Executive Suite and the Mountain Junior Suite. Most prestigious of all, the Presidential Suite features a wrap-around balcony overlooking Table Mountain and the harbour, alongside a dining room and spacious bathroom.
Dash Restaurant is a contemporary space with panoramic views of Table Mountain. The well-crafted menu changes frequently as new ingredients become available to the chefs, altogether creating an elegant and relaxed experience. There's also the Ginja Restaurant and Cocktail Bar, which offers al fresco and relaxed dining upon the quayside terrace and waterfront, with options varying from comfort food to contemporary fare.
The Queen Victoria Hotel offers a wide range of exciting activities for their guests. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, participate in an unforgettable helicopter flight or shark cage diving adventure in Gaansbaai. Guests wishing to indulge in the local culture can join a Township Tour, Table Mountain Walks, Robben Island Tours and City Sightseeing Buses. In addition to these, within the hotel a designer spa, state-of-the-art gym facilities and a pool area is available to all guests.
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Book by: 05 April 2018
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