Set on the historic Waterfront, the Table Bay Hotel has been created as a tribute to this world-famous bay. Achieving the status of Leading Hotel of the World, the Table Bay Hotel adheres to the standards of absolute excellence within the parameters of luxurious accommodation and superb hospitality. The Table Bay Hotel is magnificent, straddling the antique breakwater with a style that is both innovative and entirely in keeping with its surroundings.
It is a contemporary architectural treasure, capturing the essence of the enchanting Cape, Victorian elegance combined with contemporary charm. Panoramic views either overlook the bay to Robben Island, prison home of South Africa’s former president Nelson Mandela for the greatest part of his 27 years of political incarceration, or across the harbour to the majestic Table Mountain with its shifting tablecloth and tumbling clouds. Catering for the business and leisure traveller, the Table Bay Hotel offers conference facilities for groups of up to 300 and a team of Guest Relations Officers who will advise and assist in planning your leisure activities.
The Table Bay Hotel is only 20 minutes by road from the Cape Town International Airport and five minutes from the centre of the city. Right on the doorstep are the city’s prime retail outlets in the V&A Waterfront, stocking a huge variety of goods and offering many leisure opportunities. A mark of the popularity of the Waterfront is the16 million visitors to the centre every year.
Weddings and Honeymoons:
The Table Bay Hotel is the perfect rendezvous for couples. The need for fantasy does not exist as the hotel responds to its majestic surroundings. The maritime flavour has a wistful dreaminess that inspires romance.
¨ 63 Bedrooms
¨ 40 Standard Rooms
¨ 21 Suites
¨ Cape Winelands
¨ 2 Deluxe Suites
¨ Cots available on request
The Table Bay Hotel has a total of 329 rooms, which include standard rooms, paraplegic rooms, luxury rooms and suites. There are 13 standard suites, 2 Executive Suites, 1 Superior Suite and 2 Presidential suites.
The designer decorated rooms are welcoming and inviting, representing the epitome of luxury and supreme comfort. All rooms have a spectacular view of both Table Mountain and the harbour or the Atlantic Ocean and Robben Island.
Table Mountain Suite:
The Table Mountain Suite is palatial, from its carved open-truss pitched ceiling to the custom-made rugs, marble vanities and wooden floors.
There are 13 standard suites and all the suites have superb views, bathroom with marble topped vanity and large walk in shower and a living room area with sleeper couch.
Standard Rooms:Hotel Facilities:
Business centre • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities • Modem Lines in Room • Safety Deposit Box • Fitness centre & spa • Laundry/Valet Services • Babysitting/Child Services • Barber shop
There are 239 Standard rooms and all rooms have superb views of either Table Mountain or Robben Island. They also have a bathroom with marble topped vanity and large walk in shower.
There are 4 Paraplegic rooms situated on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors. The rooms have superb views of Robben Island and are equipped for wheelchairs. It has separate bath and shower with specially designed handrail facilities and twin beds
The Table Bay Hotel is part of Cape Town’s hugely successful Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, with its myriad mix of international designer shops, museums, boat trips (inc. the Penny Ferry), helicopter flips, pubs, a brewery, restaurants, cinemas, live music and entertainment.
The Table Bay Hotel has two bars on the premises to ensure everyone and everything is catered for. There is a Pool Bar, which serves drinks, snacks and health food on the deck around the pool, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Then there is the Union Bar that is a favourite gathering place for business people during the day. After hours it sparkles with cocktails and conversation.
The Atlantic Grill room and Terrace is where fine a la carte dining experiences match the grandeur of Table Mountain itself. An open-face cellar displays 6000 of the best Cape wines and of course, a home to the cigar humidor which has a selection of the world’s best, kept under optimum conditions