Added benefits are: movie houses, restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and a variety of monthly Cape Town festivals such as the Dragon Boat Race, The Whiskey Festival, the Cape Town Jazz Festival and others that all make life exciting. Cape Town International Airport and the world famous Cape Winelands are conveniently 25 and 40 minutes away from the Cape Town Waterfront
Being a harbor, the Cape Town Waterfront was strategically sited to make access to everywhere easier. The central business district is only 5 minutes drive. Camps Bay and beyond is a straight drive out across the mountain.
Unfortunately, there is not much variety. Waterfront hotels in Cape Town are either "luxury" or "super-luxury", ranging from exclusive and private, to opulent and "Leading Hotel of the World", these hotels are the epitome of good living.
Luxury living is de rigeur, and the shopping experience is second to none. The second, not to be missed shopping experience is to be found at Century City which is a fantasy all of its own.
Happily, if you bring your own yacht, two of these Cape Town Waterfront hotels have their own marinas and there is also a super yacht berth to accommodate the really big stuff. With easy access to shops and restaurants, Cape Town Waterfront hotels provide you with a style of living you will not want to leave.
There is a vibrant club and bar night life, and movie theaters. Depending when you are in Cape Town, you could be here for the Dragon Boat Race, the start of the Cape to Rio Yacht race, various seasonal food and wine fairs, open air concerts, expos, jazz festivals and more.