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Our apartments are in upmarket, safe, respectable & well-maintained buildings with 24hr security & parking, close to amenities, beaches, nightlife, trendy restaurants and gyms, centrally located and right on public transport routes. They are of high quality, are meticulously maintained, spotlessly clean, modern, renovated, with ample windows and panoramic sea & mountain views. They contain TV's, Free Internet/Wi-Fi, M-Net & DSTV Hotel Bouquet ("Cable TV"), executive working areas, furnishings, linen & towels, etc, and have modern kitchens fully equipped for cooking.
Anyone visiting Cape Town will discover that the city and surrounds is synonymous with adventure, rivalling any other adventure capital in the world. Cape Town, a dining Mecca, offers a culinary experience for every kind of traveller from the simple to the most experienced palate. Enjoy traditional Cape Malay meals in the historic Bo-Kaap or if you prefer to have something from the sea, Cape Town has more than enough seafood restaurants for every traveller to choose from. African and local Xhosa cuisine is served in trendy restaurants in the City Centre. Visitors can "go wild" and sample warthog, gemsbok and shark. Long and Kloof Streets, to name a few, offer a wide variety of unique and world acclaimed dining experiences and hum with trendy clubs and a vibrant nightlife.
Cape Town, a member of the great wine capitals of the world network, boasts three world famous wine routes within easy reach of the city centre. The Constantia Wine Valley, Durbanville Wine Valley and Helderberg Wine Route offer the visitor a wide range of wine tourism related activities, including renowned restaurants and country kitchens where fine wine provides the foundation for memorable wine experiences. There are a few wineries in and around the City itself as well, for you to visit.
The V&A Waterfront harbour and shopping/entertainment development has become Cape Town's and South Africa's most visited tourist attraction. The shopping is exceptional with over 400 outlets, from simple barrows to world class boutiques. Here you'll find buskers, entertainers and street festivals, lively music at the open air amphitheater, 11 cinemas and live musical shows at Theater At The Pavilion, historic buildings, the Two Oceans Aquarium, the South African Maritime Museum, walks and tours, boat trips and harbour cruises, water taxis to Robben Island, helicopter flips, sea plane rides and a working brewery to name a few.
With Table Mountain National Park forming the backbone of the peninsula, the great outdoors, the mountains, the valleys and the ocean provide an immediate sense of renewal. Hout Bay, a quiet harbour and bay area, offers something for the visitor who would prefer being away from the hustle and bustle of the city or busy beaches. Have a quiet meal in this spectacular seaside village which boasts South Africa's first harbour front emporium, Mariners Wharf. The harbour is a bustling hive of activity with craft shops, restaurants, fish market, an interesting museum, and lots more.
Ocean experiences include sailing, world famous shark cage diving, game fishing, and for those wanting to be more active, the Cape peninsula offers great waves for surfing, kiteboarding and sea kayaking. Beaches along the Atlantic Seaboard are world-renowned Clifton, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Hout Bay and Sandy Bay - Cape Town's famous beach for sun tanning au naturel.
Golf deserves a special mention because the Cape has some of the world's most striking and challenging courses. Your choice starts practically in the city centre with the 9-hole Metropolitan Golf course adjacent to the V&A Waterfront. Only minutes from the City Centre the Royal Cape, Mowbray and Rondebosch courses, provide classic tree-lined 18-hole challenges.
The mountains offer mountain biking, spectacular hiking, cliff hanging, rock climbing and entry-level abseiling. Table mountain offers the world famous cableway lift/car which boasts unsurpassed views of the Cape Peninsula, fynbos and fauna. If you are feeling peckish at the top, grab a bite to eat at the Table Mountain Cafe, which serves up fresh food from a Halaal menu. There are over 20km of pathways on the summit and guided tours run daily.
The origins of the City's cultural history go back to a time long before 1503. For a concentrated dose of history and culture, head for the museum meander, which takes you around the City Centre and includes many of the museums grouped under the Iziko Museums of Cape Town umbrella. You could start at the Castle of Good Hope (the oldest European building in South Africa).
Unwind in the shade of cool forests, soak up the sun on a pure white beach, or enjoy seafood to the sound of the breaking waves at a harbour cafÃ¨ while watching the colourful fishing boats returning with the day's catch. Fly with the wind off the side of a mountain or taste the saltwater as you unfurl your sails and catch a breeze across the bay. Take a train along a seaside track and spend some quality time with a colony of penguins. This is a City whose true wealth lies in the diversity it embraces. This is Africa's Mother City, whatever your choice of special experience, it's yours to enjoy.
Selected apartment buildings also boast their own indoor heated swimming pool, gym, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, health spa & wellness centre. Beachfront Apartments are also available at discounted rates. All our apartments represent the best value-for-money in Cape Town.
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