Cape Cadogan


A new star stepped onto stage in the city of Cape Town: the charming Cape Cadogan Hotel. Situated on a tranquil square surrounded by ancient trees, the Cape Cadogan is located conveniently close to the vibrant Kloof Street, famous for its many superb restaurants and bars. Despite the city location, a spectacular view of the Table Mountain can be enjoyed from the hotel.


The boutique hotel’s unique characteristic is a spectacular blend of traditional Victorian architecture with modern, state-of-the-art read more » comforts. Nostalgia meets contemporary luxury. Built in the 19th century, the historic farm house was proclaimed national heritage in 1984.


Renowned for its extravagant ambience, the Cape Cadogan Hotel is the first choice for guests who appreciate fine comforts, peace and quiet. The interior design gives the impression of having been drafted by Oscar Wilde himself, who most fervently confessed himself to a Victorian lifestyle.


The luxurious rooms radiate antique glory. Seven of the stately quarters feature a private courtyard, a private balcony or veranda which are, of course, equipped with quality lounge chairs for your comfort.


However, the icing on the cake is the first-rate, highly personal service. Those who suffer incurably from a sweet tooth will be delighted to discover that the Cadogan has its own chocolate manufactory, the Torinos Chocolate Shop – a sweet delight sampling the exquisite produce.


The most romantic spot would have to be in front of the open fireplace in the spacious lounge. Other agreeable features include a golf course, a swimming pool set in the gorgeous garden, a well-stocked library offering internet access and an elegant breakfast room which opens onto the sunlit garden.


An extraordinary boutique hotel: the Cape Cadogan in sunny Cape Town - simply the best place for a holiday...


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Cape Town’s graceful four star boutique hotel Cape Cadogan radiates an unrivalled ambience characterised by historic architecture and the finely-appointed interior’s snug comforts.


The smell of read more » freshly mown grass drifting in from the lush gardens, the interior welcomes you with sophisticated elegance and friendly, pastel tones.


Stepping out onto the balcony or terrace in the morning, the days activity options unfold before the observer: the Table Mountain, the Atlantic and vibrant Cape Town.


However, there is no need to precipitate matters. The garden’s sunloungers invite you to enjoy a second cup of coffee and make plans at your ease.


The central hallmark of the Cape Cadogan is the tasteful historic design apparent in every one of the twelve luxuriously furnished rooms. A harmonic blend of contemporary with antique furniture creates a uniquely appealing effect.


Seven of the luxurious rooms feature a private courtyard, veranda or balcony; all of the rooms have a private bathroom, of course. The long list of modern facilities includes a TV, DVD player with surround sound system, internet connection, air-conditioning, safe, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer, bathrobes and slippers and a telephone.


Should you require anything else, the attentive service staff takes perfect care of their guests’ wellbeing. Overlooking the lush gardens and the pool, the sumptuous breakfast is served in the elegant dining room.


You may choose whether you would like to start the day on the basis of a continental or an English breakfast. At night, a delicious dinner customised to your personal preferences can be arranged on your request.


The Cape Cadogan in South Africa – stylish elegance and historic South African flair. What more can you wish for?


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The Cape Cadogan Hotel is situated conveniently close to the renowned Kloof, one of Cape Town’s most stylish streets. Trendy restaurants, elegant shops and hot bars and nightclubs – Cape Town lifestyle read more » at its best.


Stroll down the Kloof Road and Long Street and indulge in the inspiring bustle and colourful Cape Town life. Browse through the merchandise of designer boutiques, book stores, second-hand shops and street vendors. The most recommendable restaurants are Manolos, Greens Restaurant, Saigon and La Vie.


A trip to the top of the just over 1000 metres high Table Mountain is a must-do. The cable car station is a mere five minutes’ drive away from the Cape Cadogan. Some facts on the ride: The 1224 metre long ascent takes 7 minutes. En route, the cabin rotates 360 degrees, allowing you to take in every perspective of the breathtaking landscape.


On the top, the land at your feet, the panorama stretches from the Cape of Good Hope in the South to the Bokkeveld Mountains behind Ceres. The view out over the Atlantic Ocean and Robben Island is equally stunning. Those who need an even bigger kick can do a bungee jump out of the cable car cabin in the early morning hours.


Cape Town has a lot more to offer than the city centre. A full-day round trip to the Cape of Good Hope should be included in every itinerary. Just follow the coastline and explore the picturesque fishing villages like Hout Bay, Simon’s Town or Kalk Bay along the way. Alternatively, you may put in a stop at the livelier seaside towns Sea Point, Camps Bay and Muizenberg.


A popular combination, Cape Town’s city sights can be complemented by an exciting luxury safari in the Kruger National Park. Face to face encounters with the exotic wildlife hold the potential to thrill not only children.


Ask us about your options – they are plentiful. It is a pleasure for the INTOSOL team to assist you in the planning of you holiday, ensuring a memorable experience.


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