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Cape Town Central Hotels Information

Hotels in Cape Town Central

472

Hotels Prices From

R 506

Hotels Reviews

123 390

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67 093

Travel high season

Dec - Feb

Travel low season

Jun - Aug

High season avg price

R 4 441

Low season avg price

R 2 623
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
R 5,058
HIGHEST
R 2,510R 7,644
Avg. temperature
23ºC
WARMEST
1ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
-
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
R 3,335
R 2,510R 7,644
Avg. temperature
19ºC
1ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
-
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
R 3,054
LOWEST
R 2,510R 7,644
Avg. temperature
13ºC
COLDEST
1ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
-
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
R 3,803
R 2,510R 7,644
Avg. temperature
17ºC
1ºC36ºC
Avg. precipitation
-
Price trend information excludes taxes and fees and is based on base rates for a nightly stay for 2 adults found in the last 7 days on our site and averaged for commonly viewed hotels in Cape Town Central. Select dates and complete search for nightly totals inclusive of taxes and fees.

Hotels near the sights

  • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
    The best views of Cape Town are seen from the top of Table Mountain. The Cableway takes you to the summit in under 5 minutes and the cable car's rotating floor ensure that all visitors get a 360 degree aerial view of the city. The 65-passenger cable car runs from Tafelberg Road to the top of Table Mountain. To date the Cableway has transported more than 28 million visitors to the summit. A million visitors from all over the world use the Cableway annually.
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  • Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
    The V&A Waterfront is a 123-hectare mixed-use destination, and one of Africa’s most visited cultural and historical hubs. Set on the edge of a natural, historic working harbour with the iconic Table Mountain as its backdrop, it offers local and international visitors a cosmopolitan mix of experiences ranging from leisure, shopping and exclusive entertainment. It also offers prime residential and commercial property. The prime positioning of the V&A Waterfront boasts sweeping views of the ocean, city bowl and mountain peaks. Up to 100 000 people visit every day during peak season. Contributing R259.1 billion in nominal terms to the South African economy over the last twelve years, the V&A Waterfront’s cumulative contribution to the provincial GGP since 2002 was over R227 billion. The property also reported a 19% increase in retail trade sales for 2014, marking four consecutive years of consistent growth since 2011. By end 2014, total visitor numbers to the property had grown to 24 million a year. Although the V&A Waterfront remains South Africa’s favourite attraction for international visitors, they account for only 23% of all visitors. Visits by locals increased to 63%, while 14% of visitors were from upcountry. With 22 official landmarks on-site, it is also part of South Africa’s historical legacy. Jointly owned by Growthpoint Properties Limited and the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), represented by the Public Investment Corporation Limited (PIC), the V&A Waterfront was developed in 1988 by the state-owned transport corporation, Transnet Limited, while official commercial trading commenced in November 1990.
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  • Lion's Head
    Lion's Head in Cape Town is a peak situated at 669 meters above sea level. The hike up Lions Head takes approximately 90 minutes at a moderate pace. Lions Head trail is steep but do-able, while the 5.5km trail packs a punch (Both ways). The views from Lions head are amazing. Take a look around you and see the beauty. Lions Head hike is the preferred route for mountain enthusiasts, the easiest of the routes in Cape Town.
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  • Cape Point Nature Reserve
    At the tip of the Cape Peninsula, 60km SouthWest of Cape Town, lies Cape Point. Located within the southern section of Table Mountain National Park; a declared World Heritage site, as part of the Cape Floral region. The Park encompasses 7750Ha of rich and varied Fauna and Flora. Cape Point is a nature entusiast's paradise. Rugged rocks and sheer cliffs towering more than 200 metres above the sea and cutting deep into the ocean provide a spectacular background for the Parks’ rich bio-diversity. The scenic beauty of Cape Point is not its sole allure; it is also an international icon of great historical interest with many a visitor drawn to the area because of its rich maritime history. Home to the Flying Dutchman Funicular and the Two Oceans restaurant.
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  • Signal Hill
    Signal Hill is so named because it was a site for flying flags to communicate weather conditions, thus providing opportune vistas of spectacular views.
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  • Two Oceans Aquarium
    The Two Oceans Aquarium is a window into the spectacular oceans surrounding the southern African coast. Through displays ranging from the small and almost fantastical Knysna seahorses, to sea turtles and shoals of shimmering fish, the aquarium holds wondrous discoveries around every corner. Come face-to-face with giant spider crabs and have an adventurous tactile experience at the Touch Pool. Be sure to visit the I&J Ocean Exhibit, with its 9m long window, and 10m long full tunnel. Qualified divers can also make use of the opportunity to dive in this exhibit with shoals of fish and turtles. The Jelly gallery is sure to mesmerize and enthrall.
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  • Robben Island Museum
    During the apartheid years Robben Island served as a prison for political activists.
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  • Cape Town Diamond Museum
    The Cape Town Diamond Museum pays tribute to the world's most precious gem, the diamond. Discover a 3 billion year old story unfold from a diamond's formation to the final polished stone. The Cape Town Diamond Museum also pays homage to the most famous South African diamonds and showcases specimens of Kimberlite rock dating billions of years old. Situated in the bustling heart of the Clock Tower precinct at the V&A Waterfront, the Cape Town Diamond Museum is a must-see for any visitor to Cape Town. Book in advance recommended.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cape Town Central hotels

2Inn1 Kensington, Kensington Place, and Alta Bay are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Table Mountain Aerial Cableway. See the full list: Hotels near Table Mountain Aerial Cableway.

Blackheath Lodge, Glen Boutique Hotel & Spa, and Hotel on the Promenade are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Cape Town Central. See the full list: Cape Town Central Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Victoria & Alfred Waterfront include Dock House Boutique Hotel, Queen Victoria Hotel & Manor House, and Victoria & Alfred Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

Popular luxury hotels in Cape Town Central include Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel, Cape Town, Labotessa Luxury Boutique Hotel, and Dock House Boutique Hotel. See the full list: Cape Town Central Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Cape Town Intl Airport include Hotel Verde Cape Town Airport, City Lodge Hotel Grandwest, and New National Hotel & Conference. See the full list: Hotels near Cape Town Intl Airport.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Cape Town Central are Dock House Boutique Hotel, One&Only Cape Town, and The Hyde All-Suite Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Cape Town Central.

Popular cheap hotels in Cape Town Central include 2Inn1 Kensington, Upperbloem, and Parliament Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Cape Town Central.

Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel, Cape Town, The Tree House Boutique Hotel, and Glen Boutique Hotel & Spa have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Cape Town Central. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Cape Town Central.

Popular Cape Town Central neighbourhoods with hotels include City Bowl, Tamboerskloof, and Oranjezicht.

Blackheath Lodge, Derwent House Boutique Hotel, and Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel, Cape Town all received great reviews from families travelling in Cape Town Central. See the full list: Family Hotels Cape Town Central.

Popular hotels by the beach in Cape Town Central include The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel, Premier Hotel Cape Town, and La Splendida. See the full list: Cape Town Central Beach Hotels.