Situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and overlooking its own marina, the Radisson Hotel Waterfront has a distinctly maritime feel with the surrounding yachts and ships.
A large hotel which is popular with most people from businessmen to families, it is one of a handful of Cape Town hotels that are located a short walk from the V&A Waterfront.
A large pool terrace contains a rim-flow swimming pool that overlooks the sea and is a popular bathing spot for resident seagulls.
Should you wish to be more active, a host of activities will keep you occupied, such as pampering yourself at the in-house beauty salon or sampling the Radisson Hotel’s own spa.
The Radisson Hotel has a rather bustling atmosphere – it’s similar to a busy city centre hotel. Stay here for location and convenience rather than for peace and quiet.
The Radisson Hotel Waterfront has 182 rooms, each one being equipped with the standard mod cons you’d expect from a hotel of 5-star calibre.
Rooms vary from standard at the one end of the scale to 11 luxury suites offering more features and a greater level of luxury. Suites contain elegant and spacious lounge areas overlooking the marina.
Most rooms at the Radisson Hotel Waterfront have sea views, and are simply and elegantly decorated. Tones of whites and blues of the bed linen blended with light wood furniture give rooms a light, airy feel.
Two entire floors are reserved for non-smokers, while rooms specially equipped for disabled guests are also available.
Tobago’s Restaurant in the Radisson Hotel is an acclaimed Cape Town eatery in its own right, offering a selection of local and international cuisine. Breakfasts are served here and are a great spread with lots of choice. It serves impressive buffet lunches and a la carte dinners and many patrons that aren’t staying in the hotel come here to dine.
Tobago’s Corner is the Radisson Hotel’s alternative lunch venue, offering slightly more casual fare on its menu.
Tobago’s Bar & Terrace is a popular haunt for sundowners where you could sip a cocktail while admiring the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean in front of you.