Cape Town International Airport
Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel is authentic Cape Town at its loveliest – beauty, sophisticated charm, and quirky personality in equal measure. Set just off the buzzing Kloof Street in a scenic suburb of Gardens, Cape Town, you can live like a local and still be treated as our guest.
In respect of facilities, you have at your disposal the lounge, which has been carefully considered to provide every creature comfort without sparing on the fine detail. What’s your pleasure? A game of chess or cards, a book from our library, or perhaps lounging at the poolside? You may even choose to get in touch with the world from time to time, and are welcome to use our Wi-Fi from the comfort of your room or any of the public areas.
Each of the nineteen rooms has been individually decorated, marrying a touch of yesteryear with contemporary chic and bohemian influence. The choice of room at Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel is largely dependent on your personal preference and budget. Regardless of room category, comfort is never compromised and the warmth of the charming environment seeps its way through to every corner.
Should you prefer a more private leisure experience or be travelling with children under 10 years, you may wish to consider More Quarters Hotel, located just a stone’s throw away from Cape Cadogan. Its 27 Luxury Rooms offer privacy, as well as the service and personal attention you would expect of a five-star boutique hotel.
Cape Town, in the Western Cape is a colourful and vibrant city surrounded by dramatic mountains and sandy beaches. It is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the world – presided over by one of the 7 Natural Wonders of The World – Table Mountain. The magic of Cape Town lies in the collision of natural wonder, diverse cultures, art, design and thriving food and wine scene.
Cape Malay, Dutch and British architecture sit side by side with cutting edge 21st-century loft apartments and slick skyscrapers. Sit a while in Cape Town and take in the buzz and bustle of flower sellers, buskers, food markets and Capetonians going about their daily lives.
The Best Things To Do In Cape Town
Table Mountain – take the Cable Car to the top and savour the dramatic views or, for the more energetic, hike up Table Mountain on one of the many designated routes.
Lion’s Head – a wonderful way to orientate yourself in the city is to hike to the top of Lion’s Head – it’s a moderate to strenuous 45 minute hike to the top and the views are certainly worth the effort.
Robben Island – visit the cell where Noble Prize Winner, Nelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison gaining remarkable insight into South Africa’s troubled past.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens – Kirstenbosch displays a wide variety of the unique plant life of the Cape known as fynbos. There are over 7,000 species in cultivation at Kirstenbosch, including many rare and threatened species. Kirstenbosch borders the Table Mountain National Park and merges seamlessly with the natural fynbos and forest of the mountain. Kirstenbosch lies in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom. In 2004 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Other places to visit
Cape Town International Airport
20-minute drive from Cape Town International Airport
Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel, Upper Union Street, Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa