Located between the Atlantic Ocean and the famed Table Mountain - there is nowhere quite like the city of Cape Town. Known as the ‘Mother City’, it is the oldest and arguably the most beautiful city in South Africa, with a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years. Amid traditional Cape Dutch homesteads, vibrant African dancers performing in the streets, and the taste of impeccable South African wine, Cape Town will fill your senses!
Part of the Central Business District, this 5-star luxury hotel is connected to Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). After a day of conferencing, board the hotel shuttle to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront for oceanside dining and an array of boutiques, or wander to nearby attractions like Bo-Kaap, Green Market Square and the Castle of Good Hope.
Return for gourmet dining in Louis B's and Thirty7 Showkitchen, where the diverse cuisine of Cape Town shines bright, followed by a nightcap in their secluded lounge, Raleigh's. To refresh after an eventful day, book a treatment in the award-winning Heavenly Spa by Westin™, featuring an infinity pool with waterfront views. Or stay active at the 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® fitness center.
Take advantage of the modern amenities, including 24-hour room service, LCD TVs with premium cable, free Wi-Fi and spa-style bathrooms. As ocean views dazzle from your floor-to-ceiling windows, let your heart be swept away by the dynamic, cosmopolitan port city.
|Room Type||Single Occupancy||Double Occupancy|
|Deluxe Room||ZAR 2 500||ZAR 2 850|
|Executive Club Room||ZAR 3 100||ZAR 3 450|
|Waterfront Executive Club Room||ZAR 3 400||ZAR 3 750|
|Grand Deluxe Room||ZAR 3 800||ZAR 4 150|
|Junior Suite||ZAR 4 400||ZAR 4 750|
|Executive Suite||ZAR 4 700||ZAR 5 050|
The room rates are per room, per night and includes complimentary breakfast at Restaurant Thirty7, complimentary wireless internet, complimentary arrival and departure porterage and complimentary use of the Hotel’s spa and fitness centre.
All prices are stated in South African Rand and include 15% VAT, but exclude 1% Tourism Levy
This special rate will be applicable 7 days prior and 7 days post the start date of the conference.RESERVE YOU ROOM
Please ensure that your hotel booking is made before 18 May 2020, as space is limited.
Please note that check-in time is from 15h00 on the day of arrival and check out time is before 12h00 on the day of departure. No early check-in can be guaranteed unless the room is reserved and paid for, in respect of the evening prior to arrival
Should you wish to cancel a reservation, penalty free cancellation of an individual booking is possible, 31 days prior to arrival date.
Cancellation/reduction 30-15 days prior to arrival will be charged a one-night penalty.
Cancellation/reduction 14 days prior to arrival will be charged in full for the accommodation booked.
No shows will be charged full cancellation for the total nights booked.
Most international visitors require a visa to enter South Africa. Please consult with your local South African Embassy to ascertain whether a visa is required, based on your nationality.
Around 600 million years old, and a canvas painted with the rich diversity of the Cape floral kingdom, Table Mountain is the most iconic symbol of Cape Town. Its famous flat top, natural beauty, and unsurpassed views of land and sea have attracted millions of visitors from around the world. You can admire the showstopper of Table Mountain National Park and one of the 'New 7 Wonders of Nature' from multiple angles, but you really can’t say you’ve visited Cape Town until you’ve stood on top of it. More Information
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, location and unique flora combine to make these 5.28-sq-km botanical gardens among the most beautiful in the world. Added for the garden's centenary in 2013, the popular Tree Canopy Walkway (informally known as the 'Boomslang', meaning tree snake) is a curvaceous steel and timber bridge that rises through the trees and provides amazing views. More Information
Robben Island is famous, or rather infamous, as the holding place for the imprisoned Nelson Mandela. Mandela served 18 of his 27 years in prison. You can only go here on a tour, which lasts around four hours including ferry rides, departing from the Nelson Mandela Gateway beside the Clock Tower at the Waterfront. Booking online well in advance is highly recommended as tours can sell out.
Even if you don’t plan a visit to the island, it’s worth dropping by the free museum at the Nelson Mandela Gateway, with its focus on the struggle for equality. Also preserved as a small museum is the Waterfront’s Jetty 1, the departure point for Robben Island when it was a prison. More Information
One of Cape Town’s most distinct neighbourhoods and there’s so much to see, taste and explore. Situated at the foot of Signal Hill, on the fringe of the city centre, and formerly known as the Malay Quarter, the Bo-Kaap’s origins date back to the 1760s when numerous “huurhuisjes” (rental houses) were built and leased to slaves. To this day, the houses are a mix of Cape Dutch and Georgian architecture, in distinctive multi-coloured rows on steeply cobbled roads. The choice of colour is said to be attributed to the fact that while on lease, all the houses had to be white. When this rule was eventually lifted, and the slaves were allowed to buy the properties, all the houses were painted bright colours by their owners as an expression of their freedom. A five-minute walk from the city centre and De Waterkant and a 20-minute walk to the V&A Waterfront, the Bo-Kaap is best accessed by foot along Wale Street. Explore the Islamic “kramats” (shrines), mosques and food and craft markets, and discover the delicious Cape Malay cooking style.
Named after England’s Queen Victoria and her son, Prince Alfred, the V&A Waterfront is centred around the country’s oldest working harbour. This vibrant precinct is home to a shopping centre, food and craft market, the famed Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA), an aquarium, hotels and many other attractions. More Information
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