See why so many travellers make Calders Hotel & Conference Centre their hotel of choice when visiting Fish Hoek. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper while staying at Calders Hotel & Conference Centre. In addition, Calders Hotel & Conference Centre offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Fish Hoek trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Fish Hoek schnitzel restaurant such as Barracudas, which is a short distance from Calders Hotel & Conference Centre.
At Calders Hotel & Conference Centre, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Fish Hoek.
This is a privately owned hotel. The location is great. Some good breakfast spots close by. Although the hotel is not super modern, you lack for nothing and the property has been well maintained. The staff have been there for years. They are kind, efficient and do much more than expected. They bent over like Houdini to make our conference a success. The food was wholesome and it felt better than home. Can’t wait to go back.
We loved our stay at Calders Hotel. The staff had excellent service standards; always helpful and attentive. The hotel is clean and comfortably furnished. The setting close to the beach and seaside of busy roads is wonderful. We would definitely stay again!
My go to hotel in Fish Hoek. It exceeds my expectations each time I stay there. As a solo traveller I am made to feel safe, secure and comfortable. I especially love the good quality bedding and beds. The scrumptious breakfasts are well as the amazing staff are fantastic. Looking forward to returning very soon.
Two important things to know about my review: Firstly, I stayed at an exceptional place in Stellenbosch just before coming to Calders. Secondly, I recognise that my evaluation of the place probably says more about me than Calders. The place in Stellenbosch has mastered the art of excellence - the quality of their service; their discretion in dealing with guests; their welcome; their attentiveness; etc. By comparison, Calders was 'fine'. There is nothing really to fault; but neither is there anything about which to rave. It's fine. My room was good quality, I was warmly welcomed, the breakfasts were average, the room was well serviced, and toiletries replaced when necessary. It was all OK. I paid nearly R400 more per night than I did in Stellenbosch, for a notably less impressive experience. I confess it was frustrating. But Calders delivered what they had promised. The hotel is a conference centre with a corporate feel. I needed something else. I didn't choose wisely; and that was not Calders fault. If you are visiting Cape Town, there are many far more interesting areas in which to stay than Fish Hoek. If I had it to do all over again, I would choose differently. (PS Calders is one of the rare establishments that will not meet or beat online pricing. Unsurprisingly, the Stellenbosch people did so gladly. And it's less about the money, and more about the 'attitude', I think...)…
we were here for 5 nights from 26th dec. we were made very welcome by all staff. the room was lovely and every where spotless. if i had a moan it would be the cooked breakfast not that hot... would stay again if ever went back.