Queen Victoria Hotel
What sets the Queen Victoria Hotel apart from other hotels at the world-renowned V&A Waterfront is undoubtedly its position. Located within a precinct of heritage buildings along Portswood Road – a main artery leading to and from the Waterfront – the Queen Victoria Hotel gives you a sense of being within the Waterfront’s vicinity but removed from the frenetic pace of it.
Queen Victoria Hotel Highlights
Staying at the Queen Victoria Hotel, guests have easy access to the Waterfront – the shops, restaurants, the harbour and other must-see attractions – yet you are positioned away from it, in a relaxed, secluded enclave that overlooks majestic Table Mountain, the City Bowl, Cape Town Harbour and the Atlantic Ocean. The overall look does not only reflect the hotel’s unique location but also encapsulates the luxurious style and attention to detail that defines small, luxury retreats around the world. Luxury and sophistication emanate through to the 35 luxurious rooms and suites, including a presidential suite with a generous terrace for al fresco entertaining. From the food and beverage offering at Dash, the hotel’s restaurant and bar, to the interior aesthetics, the Queen Victoria Hotel embodies a sense of international flair fused with local flavour
- This landmark hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
- The hotel offers spectacular views of the working harbour and Table Mountain.
- Guests may walk to some of the finest retail outlets from designer stores to restaurants, craft markets, cinemas, boat cruises to Robben Island and entertainment in the amphitheatre.
- Activities near to the hotel include boat cruises, shopping at the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre and the watching movies at the cinemas.
Queen Victoria Hotel Waterfront Activities
A variety of activities and excursions are available in and around Cape Town, the hotel offers experienced and qualified travel consultants who will assist guests with arranging tours like Cape Point, the Winelands, Table Mountain, a trip to Robben Island, helicopter sightseeing trips, leisure activities like golf, fitness and squash, Cape Town jazz or township nightclubs. Recreational options nearby include Golf, Tennis, Hiking, Squash, Horse riding, Yachting, Boating, Surfing, Swimming and Cycling,
The Dock House offers a world class location and luxurious butler-style service next door to the vibrant V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. Guests can enjoy sophisticated accommodation and fine cuisine and its central location offers easy access to the Waterfront mall and harbour.
Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel
The Cape Cadogan is an elegant Georgian and Victorian-style boutique hotel that dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, situated at the foot of Table Mountain. Originally a farmhouse, it was ‘Victorianised’ in 1912 and declared a national monument in 1984.