Hollywood stars, romance-seeking couples and vacationing families all find what they’re looking for at the Only Cape Town – one of the city’s newer luxury establishments. One & Only Cape Town guests are greeted by a jaw-dropping view of Table Mountain the moment they enter the hotel and find themselves overlooking the glass fronted Vista Bar and Lounge. Everything happens on a bigger scale at the One & Only Cape Town – rooms are amongst the largest in the city, staff-to-guest service ratios are higher, yet despite these extras, room prices are favourable.
Whether checking in to any of the 100 plus spacious One & Only Cape Town rooms in the main building, a Presidential Suite or perhaps The One, the most expensive hotel penthouse in the city, polished service, luxury surrounds and impressive views of Table Mountain and the V&A international yacht marina are a given.
One & Only Cape Town is ideal for families or groups travelling together. For those determined to make as much of their vacation downtime as possible, the One & Only Cape Town Pool Rooms are ideal. Situated on their own island, like all the One & Only Cape Town rooms at the hotel, these are spacious; feature a host of opulent finishes, accent pieces and creature comforts for the ultimate luxury experience.The Spa Island is also situated on its own island and is surrounded by lush landscaped gardens and waterfront waterways. This 2000m facility is the largest of its kind in the city and features world-class beauty and body treatments at the One & Only Cape Town using the famous ESPA brand. A gourmet destination par excellence, the One & Only Cape Town is also home to the renowned Japanese restaurant Nobu (the only one in Africa), as well as contemporary South African eatery Reubens.
For visitors to Cape Town who are determined to experience the city’s vibrant cosmopolitan culture yet need down time too, the sprawling One & Only Cape Town resort in the heart of the V&A Waterfront certainly ticks all the boxes.
To those that live here, it was no surprise that Cape Town was voted as the number one city to visit in 2014 by the New York Times. With the royal blue Atlantic Ocean lapping at the feet of one of the most iconic mountain ranges in the world, it’s hard to imagine otherwise. Trying Read More