Combining historic charm with contemporary style, Cape Cadogan is a wonderful boutique hotel in Cape Town, Africa’s most visited tourist area.
With roots dating back to the early 19th century, the original building was a residence before being used as commercial office space for many years, but since 2003 it has been renovated into a unique boutique hotel. The hotel has several different accommodations to choose from. There are six luxury en-suite bedrooms that include an outdoor area and lounge or six standard en-suite bedrooms all decorated in a chic, bohemian style. The Presidential Suite is a luxurious retreat offering a lounge, kitchen, private pool, and courtyard. Other amenities servicing every room include a satellite TV, DVD player, complimentary Wi-Fi, air conditioning, safe, personal bar and fridge, and tea/coffee maker.
Set just off the buzzing Kloof Street in a scenic suburb, Cape Cadogan’s is ideally located to enjoy the wonders of Cape Town. The City Bowl, the central amphitheater-shaped area of Cape Town, is bounded on one side by Table Bay and on the other by the dramatic peaks of Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak, Lion’s Head, and Signal Hill. A Mediterranean climate, rugged mountains, considerable coastline, inland valleys, coastal plains, and semi-desert fringes make it comparable to southern California. Any visit to Cape Town should involve a visit to one of the many beaches. Their close proximity to each other even allows for several different beach visits in a single day.