Radisson Blue Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town
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The formula for the perfect girls’ getaway is simply: A large dose of fun; a shot of glamour, some gossip, and of course, no boys.
With great restaurants, beautiful scenery, perfect beaches as well as a Mediterranean climate, Cape Town is everything you could need in a destination!
NEAR V&A WATERFRONT:
Within walking distance to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront along the Atlantic Ocean, with Table Mountain as well as Robben Island as a beautiful backdrop.
The hotel is ideally located close to all of Cape Town’s main tourist attractions, the business district, beaches and also the world famous V&A Waterfront. 21km from Cape Town International Airport. Each of the 177 rooms has:
- free high-speed broadband wireless internet for registered hotel guests,
- direct dial telephone,
- satellite television,
- mini bar as well as tea/coffee making facilities.
Beautifully situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking a private marina and across to the world famous V&A Waterfront, this five star international hotel offers guests not only stunning views but also superb service, free broadband, the award winning spa and fitness centre and the highly rated Tobago’s Restaurant, Bar and Terrace.
Radisson Blue Hotel Waterfront
A blend of cultures and traditions, Cape Town is a modern city at the southern tip of Africa. Nestled between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town is among the world’s most beautiful cities. Cape Town’s many attractions include its perfect beaches, between cafes and multi-million-dollar beach houses; excellent restaurants and a lively nightlife that attract Hollywood celebrities; and the nearby Cape Winelands, which offer lovely tasting. Climbing at least one of the mountains in the city is a must.
In addition to the most famous tourist attractions, visitors can enjoy a traditional South African braai (barbecue) at lively township restaurants like Mzoli’s, catch a rugby match at Newlands Stadium, go on a pub crawl down Long Street, or browse the wares at one of the city’s many craft and food markets.
Cape Town is a mix of cultures, with African influences blending with Cape Malay, English and Dutch culture. Mix in residents and tourists from all over, and you have a city that never fails to excite.