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Occupying a central position in the Bo Kaap district of Cape Town, the 4-star boutique hotel Rouge on Rose is located within easy walking distance of the city centre and the V&A Waterfront. This owner run hotel features air-conditioned suites, each of which is neatly decorated in a contemporary style and equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and DVD player. Guests can choose between spacious Deluxe Suites or the larger Self-catering Suites that are equipped with a kitchenette. Rouge on Rose has its own on-site bistro where guests can enjoy a fresh breakfast on a daily basis. The famous Table Mountain is 5km away and Camps Bay Beach can be reached within 15 minute's by car. Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is 1 km from the property.
Surrounded by water on three sides, the celebrated Cape Grace enjoys one of Cape Town's most sought after locations, the West Quay of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. There are French doors in all rooms and suites open out to unrivaled views of the Table Mountain and the international yacht basin. Other hotel facilities include a small boardroom, private guest library, day rooms and 24-hour guest assistance. Get pampered at their spa with excellent spa treatments or dine at the Signal Restaurant that specializes in the unique flavors of the different cultures symbolizing the region.
The city's showpiece theater (formerly known as the Nico Malan Theatre), Artscape was officially opened in May 1971, and became the home of the Cape Performing Arts Board (CAPAB). It has staged numerous opera, ballet, drama and music productions since, but has also been the scene for fashion shows, charity balls, art exhibitions and trade fairs. It offers a busy performance schedule with entertainment provided most Tuesday's to Saturday's.
Situated on the V&A Waterfront, this luxury hotel boasts panoramic views of Table Mountain. It has an outdoor infinity pool, a sun-lounger terrace and a spa. Free Wi-Fi is available. One&Only Cape Town offers elegant rooms and suites with a private balcony. Rooms also have a tea/coffee maker and a TV with a DVD player. Each marble bathroom features a rain shower and a separate bath. Guests can unwind at the spa, which offers a sauna and a range of massages. There is also a modern gym, and a movie and game lounge. The hotel has several dining options such as the Nobu restaurant which serves Japanese cuisine. There are a range of activities for children including fully-supervised programs, a computer area, and a secure garden area. One&Only is just a 2 km walk from the Cape Town International Convention Center and 22 km from Cape Town International Airport.
The Slave Lodge, dating back to 1679, is one of the oldest structures in Cape Town. It originally housed slaves of the Dutch East India Company, criminals, and the mentally disturbed. Over the years its function changed, as did its exterior. Today it is the flagship of the six South African Cultural History Museum sites, housing collections of ceramics, toys, tools, silver and textiles, as well as artifacts from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the Near and Far East. This museum primarily focuses on the history of slavery in Cape Town. Other exhibits focus on the history of the Cape in general.
Two Oceans Aquarium is the largest aquarium in South Africa, housing more than 300 marine species in impressive and informative displays. Watch seals playing underwater or the calm swaying of kelp forests filled with fish. Certified divers can take a dip in the shark tank or kelp bed. An onsite shop sells souvenirs, books, and videos and the Bayfront Blue restaurant serves excellent food.
The sea has had a profound influence on the history of Cape Town and the Iziko Maritime Centre, located at the V & A Waterfront, gives an insight into that nautical bond with many interesting exhibits. Shipwreck artifacts, naval history, commercial fishing, passenger liners, and an actual navy ship can be seen here. The decommissioned SAS Somerset is berthed on a quay outside the museum – one of the six sites of the South African Cultural History Museum. The SAS Somerset is the only Boom Defence Vessel left in the world and is open to the public.
The Fugard Theatre is an elegant theater with a capacity of 335 spectators. The theater was named after the renowned and internationally acclaimed South African playwright Athol Fugard. Located within the historic property this theater impresses the audience with its old-world charm. However, the theater has high-tech amenities and assures a great theater experience. So, take a break from your regular schedule and enjoy an entertaining evening at Fugard Theatre.
Merry Pop Ins is both kid and environment friendly. The store sells an extensive selection of second hand clothes that are well washed, well loved and ready to be purchased. The ideal of this store to reuse provides customers the opportunity to get great clothes at great rates while preventing harm to the environment caused by wastage. This store also has a play area and arts and crafts area to keep visiting children entertained.
A visit to one of the shows held at the domed theater inside the building of South African Museum would take you through a celestial journey of the wonder that is the universe. It is equipped with projectors and the Minolta star machine to recreate the clear night sky so as to easily and effectively educate the audience about various phenomena of astronomy and geology. Perfect place for educational trips, call or visit their website for group discounts and more.
The Table Bay Hotel offers 329 rooms with magnificent views of either the Atlantic Ocean or Table Mountain. All rooms are equipped with beverage trays, DSTV (satellite television), three telephones, hairdryers and internationally approved cosmetics and toiletries. Rooms are serviced twice daily and in-room dining adds to the convenience. Amenities include a 24-hour valet service, secretarial service, a babysitter, two conference facilities, two bars, a gift shop, a curio shop and a coffee shop.