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Reviewed on 18 Mar 2020
Where to stay in Cape Town
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Enjoy superb waterfront shopping and dining and exquisite views at South Africa’s most visited destination.
4.5/5Wonderful!(51 area reviews)
Stunning sunsets and perfect blue water, scuba diving, mountain scenery and beachfront restaurants all make this one of Cape Town’s most popular beach suburbs.
4/5Very Good!(39 area reviews)
Bring the kids to the playgrounds and cafés in this dynamic, rejuvenated coastal area in the shadow of a mossy mountain.
4.5/5Wonderful!(11 area reviews)
Browse stalls and enjoy live music in the harbor market, trek along the mountain trails and surf atop Atlantic swells.
3.5/5Good!(8 area reviews)
Learn about the rich Malay culture and history in this lively and quirky area of museums and brightly painted buildings.
Pocket Guide: Cape Town
Hotels in Cape Town
If you’re interested in nature and history then Cape Town, South Africa is perfect. Get close to natural wonders like Table Mountain National Park and use it as a base for a safari trip to see all the incredible wildlife the region has to offer. Many also travel to the city on business to take advantage of its thriving economy. Well there are plenty of top hotels close to the airport, offering convenience for businesses travellers on whirlwind tours. No matter what the purpose of your visit to Cape Town, Expedia has the best deals on hotels in Cape Town, whether you’re after a budget break or a top notch luxury getaway.
Cape Town Beach Hotel
With blistering sun all year round, why not book a wonderful hotel in Camps Bay where you'll be close to the stunning Camps Bay Beach. Or you could stay in one of the hotels in the Southern Suburbs and check out a show at the 3 Arts Theatre, the oldest theatre in the city. If you’re into rugby, book a hotels near Newlands Rugby Stadium and take in a match – nothing beats seeing the sport live. There are also many waterfront hotels lining Clifton Beach, a local hot spot for swimming and water sports. With plenty of budget two and three star hotels, many of which are on the beach, Cape Town holidays are within everyone's reach.
Business in Cape Town
For business travellers, there is a great selection of four star and five star hotels located in the downtown area, close to the city's convention centres. Why not book yourself a spa hotel to make sure you don’t work too hard, making mixing business and pleasure easy. People travelling for work should also take a little time out to visit some of Cape Town’s museums too, like the District Six Museum and the Cape Town Diamond Museum.
Regardless of where you stay in Cape Town, from one of the city's resorts to the lovely boutique hotels, Expedia has you covered for the best deals in Cape Town.