Tag: Cape Town

  • 5 MARKETS TO VISIT IN CAPE TOWN

    5 MARKETS TO VISIT IN CAPE TOWN

    From local fashion and bespoke gifts to fresh produce and delicious eats, Cape Town’s markets have it all. They’re one of the best ways for visitors to experience and celebrate our talented local artisans, producers and designers, as well as the diverse and vibrant cultures and traditions of the Mother City. These are the Cape Town markets we recommend you add to your travel itinerary.

  • 10 THINGS TO SEE & DO IN CAPE TOWN

    10 THINGS TO SEE & DO IN CAPE TOWN

    Whether you live oceans away and have dreamed of visiting Cape Town for years, or you’re just a stone’s throw from our door but are looking to explore your own backyard a little more, then check out our ten must-have experiences in the Mother City. From beautiful beaches, historical attractions and wine farms to fine dining and boutique shopping, there is so much to see and do.

    Plus, when you stay with us at Cape View Clifton, you will have access to your very own private concierge who can help you plan your excursions and take care of the details, while you focus on relaxing in our city.

  • Cape Town restaurants worth booking ahead for

    Cape Town restaurants worth booking ahead for

    A dream destination for any foodie, Cape Town boasts some of the best up-and-coming chefs serving everything from fusion to fine dining as well as more relaxed cuisine – in settings to take your breath away. Here are five of our favourite restaurants worth booking ahead for when you stay with us at  Cape View Clifton.

  • Why we love Cape Town in winter

    Why we love Cape Town in winter

    Winter in Cape Town is something to behold. The weather may be cool, but the scenery is green and there are bright, wind-free beach days to enjoy. Whether you want to climb Lion’s Head or take advantage of the quieter season and dine at some of the incredible restaurants we have on our doorstep, stay with us at Cape View Clifton and experience this magic time of year.  Here are just a few reasons why we love Cape Town in winter.