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Set on the historic waterfront, this hotel has been created that is not only a tribute to this world famous bay, but which also sets its own standards in international service, cuisine and luxury.

Charming and elegant, the Table Bay is the perfect start or the grand finale to a journey to Southern Africa. Since Mandela officially opened its doors, this gracious hotel has welcomed guests from all over the world to the vibrant city of Cape Town. Situated in the heart of the waterfront, with stunning views of Table Mountain and the beautiful Atlantic Ocean.

Cape Town

Western Cape

Luxury 5 Star


World Class


V&A Waterfront


Table Mountain


World Class


  • This revered British tradition is taken to new heights in our three course sweet and savoury extravaganza. Each course is paired with one of our specialist loose-leaf TWG teas that tease the imagination, such as the Pink Flamingo green tea that smells of Turkish delight...

  • The Cape’s exquisite ecosystem boasts a diverse array of native plants that can be used creatively to enhance the flavours of foods, and even define dishes. The Executive Chef of The Table Bay regularly forages for herbs and plants to use in the kitchen, incorporating seasonal plants such as edible flowers like Hibiscus blooms with their cranberry-like flavour and citrus overtones, as a colourful and delightful addition to salads. Guests are encouraged to discover what foraging is all about by participating in The Table Bay Food Foraging Tour, where they can explore all the rich natural ingredients the Cape has to offer.

  • Camissa Brasserie’s cooking is characterized as authentic and clear-themed, showcasing a range of beautiful local products. Delicious entrées prelude the South African-inspired themed menu, presented in fine dining style. Harbour views, relaxed ambience, a separate wine tasting room and the option of a private dining space, all enhance this most worthy addition to The Table Bay.

  • The health club and spa facilities include steam rooms, a hydrobath, a boutique gym and double treatment room where top international products and treatments are used. What makes this rejuvenating spa so significant, is that guests can enjoy panoramic views of the iconic Robben Island while being pampered.

  • Table Mountain may be one of the city’s most well-known landmarks, but a visit to Cape Town would not be the same without a trip to the summit. Standing at 1085 meters (3560 feet), the flat-topped mountain is low enough to climb in a few hours and high enough to offer spectacular views of the entire city.

  • The South Peninsula is home to one of the world’s most spectacular passes, Chapman’s Peak Drive, as well as seaside villages and suburbs that remain far from the madding crowd. Cape Point is where the cold Benguela current on the west coast and the warm Agulhus current on the east coast merge, often in a cataclysmic confrontation. It is also one of the highest sea cliffs in the world – 249m above sea level. The Peninsula is made up of Hout Bay, Chapman’s Peak Drive, Noordhoek, Kommetjie, Scarborough, Cape Point, Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay, St James and Muizenberg.

  • Wine tasting is an utterly charming way to pass the weekend. When paired with some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, century-old architecture and awe-inspiring food, it becomes one of Cape Town’s most beloved activities for visitors and locals alike.

  • It may not be the southernmost point of Africa – that honour goes to Cape Agulhas – but Cape Point certainly makes you feel as if you are standing at the edge of the world. Cape Point is a spectacular sight with towering stone cliffs, endemic fynbos, breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, just 60km outside Cape Town.

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