Four Rosmead Hotel


Spend your holiday where history is tangible: The equally charming and luxurious boutique hotel Four Rosmead in Cape Town meets these demands effortlessly.


Built more than a century ago in 1903, this fine example of fashionable South African accommodation is situated in the Cape Town suburb Oranjezicht amidst the foothills of the world-famous Table Mountain.


Set in a lush garden, the white-washed villa commands a stunning view of the imposing mountain range – a fantastic backdrop complementing read more » the elegant ambience.


A number of select African works of art infuse the atmosphere with local spirit. In fact, the Four Rosmead has evolved into a popular gallery for African artists to expose and sell their work, including both oil paintings and sculptures. It is a great opportunity to purchase a very special souvenir that has most definitely not been produced in China.


The Four Rosmead’s attentive and personal service is legendary. No matter whether you need to have you washing done or want to hire an SUV to go exploring – your wish is a command and the service team will take care of it.


It is also a pleasure for the staff to make reservations at Cape Town’s most exclusive restaurants for you or to arrange theatre tickets. Matching the service’s level of excellence, the Four Rosmead’s aspiring cuisine will transcend your expectations starting with the lip-smacking breakfast and drawing to a spectacular finish at dinnertime.


The restaurant has pledged to cater not only for those guests who crave for meat but also to provide an unrivalled range of vegetarian dishes. Just before sitting down for a sumptuous meal, we recommend you take an appetite-stimulating drink on the comfortable patio.


It is the perfect backdrop to reflect on a memorable day spent in Cape Town ... before the mouth-watering smells drifting out of the kitchen lure you back inside...


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The Four Rosmead’s fine accommodation is in a class of its own. Every room has been individually and tastefully designed and furnished, leaving you with a hard decision to take: Shall it be the Suite, read more » one of the three Deluxe Suites or one of four Luxury Rooms?


The room’s individual character is also reflected in the names. The exquisite Bellegable Cottage is situated directly adjacent to the pool, the cottage’s highlight being a 75 square metres large lounge providing ample space and an elegant ambience.


Light, airy bedrooms, a gigantic bed and crisp linen sheets guarantee sweet dreams to come and the luxurious bathroom promises exceptional bathing delights. Featuring a breathtaking view of the Lion’s Head, a private garden invites you unwind.


An equally fine view can be enjoyed from the Deluxe Suite Orangezicht, preferably while enjoying breakfast on the private balcony.


An open fireplace with a crackling fire and a bottle of finest South African wine are a heavenly combination, available with the Oakmont Deluxe Suite and best enjoyed on chilly winter night.


Nature enthusiasts will be thrilled by the natural materials which were used to design the Leeuwenzicht Suite. The effect created is marvellously airy.


The Oakhurst Deluxe Suite owes its stylish flair to the select pieces of furniture and the detail-obsessed design that create an unrivalled atmospheric ambience.


As the name suggests, the Beaulieu Luxury Room charms the discerning guests with a beautifully crafted French design.


Situated on the ground floor, the Bellevue Room features a Mediterranean styled garden complete with a pond.


Last but not least, to complete the set of accommodation individualists, the Welgevonden clads itself in a Victorian design and features an open fireplace.


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The most beautiful end of the world, as South Africa is called by many, offers a host of activities for all those who enjoy exploring the sights.


The luxurious boutique hotel Four Rosmead is an ideal read more » basis to set out from: In only a few minutes by car you can be at the celebrated Waterfront or on the Camps Bay Beach. Even closer, the cable car going up the Table Mountain is only a few hundred metres away.


A trip to the top of the world-famous Table Mountain is a must-do and every adventurer will be rewarded with a spectacular panorama of Cape Town, the ocean and the surrounding countryside.


Another highly recommendable excursion is an educational trip to Robben Island, an UNESCO world heritage site, where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner for decades. The island, located kilometres 12 kilometres off the city, affords a spectacular view of the Table Bay.


Officially a prison until 1991, the Robben Island was converted into a national heritage site and nature sanctuary in the mid 90s. The prison buildings being a museum these days, the tours are conducted exclusively by ex-inmates.


One of Cape Town’s most popular shopping venues is the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Having perused the shops to you heart’s content, scout out the many gourmet restaurants the Waterfront has earned a big reputation for.


Those who enjoy the lazy beach life will be interested to learn that Clifton and Bantry Bay offer well protected beaches thanks to long, rocky headlands. Camps Bay ranks among the most popular of Cape Town’s trendy suburbs and features the most lively beach action.


The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are not only a highlight for all those interested in botany. They are a place of incredible beauty, especially, at full bloom between August and October.


A second botanical garden, closer to the Four Rosmead, the Company Gardens are also well worth a visit just like the National Museum or the Parliament House.


Having spent a day abuzz with activity, come back to the Four Rosmead and kick back and relax by the pool or treat yourself to any of the soothing massages and treatments the boutique hotel’s small but superb spa offers.


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