Explore the South African capital from Cape Town Hollow

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The air you smell, the sights you see, the food you taste, the language you hear, and the feeling you get; nothing compares to Cape Town.

I have not visited Cape Town for over 10 years and yet it feels like only yesterday that I was last here. Nestled in the shadow of the city’s most iconic landmark lies Cape Town Hollow, which is a boutique hotel boasting spectacular views over Company Gardens, Table Mountain and Lion’s Head.

Cape Town Hollow

Cape Town Hollow

Cape Town Hollow is part of the Seasons in Africa Collection that was established in 2003 and is owned by Jack Brotherton. The luxury hotel particularly impresses from a service perspective, with no request unachievable by the companionable staff.

The hotel is located in the heart of Cape Town with the Waterfront and Camps Bay only a convient 10 minute drive away. You can spend your days shopping at the former or relaxing on the beach at the latter. For those wanting to explore further afield, the charming Norman Stevens will offer you an unforgettable tour. From the Vineyards in Franschhoek to a Braai on a secluded beach, you name it and Norm knows it!

Cape Town Hollow

The hotel has a pool and spa facilities

This Cape Town Gardens accommodation offers 56 affluent en-suite rooms that are all fitted with the usual modern amenities to ensure its guests have a truly wonderful stay. Those visiting can stay in either the flawless standard rooms or the extraordinarily striking mountain facing rooms.

To further enhance your stay at this singularly luxurious Gardens hotel in Cape Town, the hotel offers culinary delights to every taste with a bohemian beauty at its Amici Restaurant. There is also an enticing wellness centre with cardio rooms, swimming pool and business centre for use when necessary.

Some of the rooms boast mountain views

Some of the rooms boast mountain views

If you fancy being a local for the day and want something off the beaten track I recommend a bite to eat on Kloof Street, which is a stone’s throw from Cape Town Hollow. Here, there is no shortage of restaurants to choose from!

Cape Town Hollow: 88 Queen Victoria Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa Tel: +27 021 423 1260