The Western Cape lies along the edge of the Indian Ocean stretching up the Atlantic coast to the Kalahari Desert. At its heart, is Cape Town - a city is dominated by a towering, table-shaped mountain, set on a peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and lush valleys, where two oceans meet, the Indian and the Atlantic.
A magnate for ships and tourists, it is South Africa's fourth largest urban centre. Enriched by Dutch, British and Malay legacies, the cosmopolitan vibe is a unique blend of cultures. Lying at the foot of Table Mountain, Cape Town has a host of heritage buildings, Kirstenbosch gardens and political and historical landmarks. The Victorian & Alfred Waterfront offers visitor's an abundance of unforgettable experiences. The fast pace and bright lights of this cosmopolitan city meld effortlessly with its innate natural beauty. Firmly positioned on the international map, Cape Town offers visitors a myriad of adventures and discoveries.
The Table Bay Hotel is located at the V&A Waterfront. Grace, luxury and Victorian elegance characterise the hotel; from its legendary Victorian revival architecture, spacious rooms and suites with views of Atlantic Ocean or towering Table Mountain, it is a luxurious port-of-call. Situated in the heart of Cape Town, the hotel is perfectly located for business and pleasure. Within walking distance are international labels, boutiques, galleries, an Oceanarium and countless charming quayside restaurants. It's an ideal base from which to get a taste of the Cape's famous winelands, enjoy unforgettably beautiful coastal drives, visit Robben Island, or go whale watching in Hermanus.