Victoria & Alfred Hotel | Cape Town

History and modern luxury merge to create ageless beauty at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel, which was built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse. This iconic establishment was named after Queen Victoria and her son, Prince Alfred who played an intrinsic role in the establishment of the Breakwater Basin – now the V&A Waterfront.

The hotel is located in the very heart of this internationally acclaimed destination and is a sophisticated retreat amid the buzz. It offers some of the most enviable views of Cape Town Harbour, Table Mountain and the slick city that stretches out at the foot of this Natural Wonder. Timeless elegance and personalised luxury are found at the award-winning Victoria & Alfred Hotel.

Attention to detail, its elegance and an outstanding reputation have set this hotel apart as one of Cape Town’s finest establishments. A luxurious stay awaits at each of the 94 well-appointed, contemporary rooms, with views of the Alfred Basin, Table Mountain or the piazza. Warm personal service makes guests feel at home instantly.

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Your Stay

3 Nights

Bed and Breakfast

Tea and Coffee Included

Fast Facts

4 Star

Hotel

Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, English

No. Rooms: 94

Special Interests: Beach / Coastal, Gourmet, History & Culture, Leisure, Relaxation, Shopping, Wine

Motswari Private Game Reserve | Timbavati Private Nature Reserve

An African dream beckons – one that is defined by extraordinary scenery, an authentic atmosphere and warm hospitality. Guests arrive as visitors and leave as friends. This is Motswari Private Game Reserve, a family-owned and operated luxury safari lodge. Here, majestic creatures, including the Big Five, offer incredible viewing opportunities as they bask in their natural habitat. Motswari means “to conserve and protect” in Tswana and that is what the reserve aims to do.

Motswari Private Game Reserve, located within the Timbavati and Umbabat Private Nature Reserve, stretches out over 150 square kilometres. It has been in existence for over four decades and its friendly staff members are intrinsic to its success. Great emphasis is placed on personal attention, ensuring that each guest instantly feels at home in this stunning setting. Artworks by owner, Marion Geiger-Orengo, additionally bring the lodge to life and add to its visual appeal.

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Your Stay

2 Nights

Fully Inclusive - Bed, All Meals, Fees and Activities

All Local Brands (Spirits, Wine and Beers) Included

Fast Facts

4 Star

Safari Lodge

Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, English

No. Rooms: 15

Special Interests: Adventure, Big 5, Birding, Flora, Indigenous Culture / Art, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Star Gazing, Wildlife

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