Cape Town

Mar 24, 2019 - Mar 25, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

U.S. Hotels in Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is located on the southwestern coast near the southern tip of the African continent. This mid-sized city is home to many gorgeous natural and manmade attractions sure to delight the traveler interested in exploring off the beaten path.

A hidden paradise between the mountains and the sea

For centuries Cape Town has been a traditional stopping point for seaborne traffic passing between the Atlantic and Indian oceans. Travelers interested in the outdoors can scale the tall Table Mountain for a fantastic view of the city, or gaze out upon the ocean from the scenic Cape of Good Hope. The famous Clifton beach with its white sands and clear turquoise waters offers superior seaside lounging, while the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront presents the traveler with a surplus of retail establishments to peruse.

Where are hotels located?

Hotels are scattered throughout Cape Town, spiraling out from the city center around Signal Hill and extending down past Clifton Beach to Camps Bay. All locations are near marine attractions and the park that surrounds the city.

Where can I find cheap hotels?

On a budget and looking for a deal? Cape Town has dozens of accommodations from $56 a night and less. Among these are the following locations:

  • Ashby Manor Guest House is in the Fresnaye district and boasts an included breakfast and attentive staff.
  • Villa Sunshine is just six minutes from the beach and features balconies from which guests can gaze upon wonderful sunsets over the ocean.
  • iKhaya Lodge is in Dunkley Square in the city center with easy access to nearby restaurants, museums and shopping destinations.

What are the top-rated five-star hotels?

For those in search of the best service and amenities of highest quality, Cape Town has some great five-star hotels with exactly the perks that the discerning traveler will appreciate. Here are just a few of the many options:

  • Villa Zest Boutique Hotel boasts just seven guestrooms for an intimate experience seasoned with a gorgeous rooftop terrace and free full breakfast.
  • Queen Victoria Hotel & Manor House offers childcare, a full-service spa and proximity to the waterfront where loads of shopping options await.
  • Pepperclub Hotel and Spa boasts professional staff and is close to the exciting night scene that populates the city center.

Can I find reviews of hotels?

Find the best fit for your vacation by checking out reviews of your favorite picks. Skyscanner's Hotel Search is the best way to research your options and ensure a wonderful vacation in the city of Cape Town.

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What are travelers saying about Cape Town?

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Kelly Calhoun
Kelly Calhoun

Cape Town was amazing! You’re in a large city surrounded by ocean, mountains, and vineyards! The biggest downside is the crime. We had no problems but you must always be aware of your surroundings

Phill (lucky) Smith
Phill (lucky) SmithBangkok, Thailand

Visited on the return leg from Europe, stayed a week in a friend home and meet lots of locals. It was a confusing experience on a grass roots level with locals venting their local domestic issues... on the tourism aspect ..scooted around to 10 places in the main city area ... and will post them soon

Nadine Larter
Nadine LarterPort Elizabeth

Ah Cape Town. It's kind of the gem of South Africa, isn't it? Anyone who knows me knows that, unlike the majority of Port Elizabethans, I have absolutely no desire whatsoever to move to Cape Town, but it is definitely one of my favourite places in South Africa to visit. Cape Town is beautiful, vibrant, multicultural, and there is way more wine than any wine lover could ever cope with. And of course there is a ton to do. You don't even have to look for something to do. You'll find it without trying.

Krista Canfield McNish
Krista Canfield McNishSan Francisco, California, USA

Cape Town is breathtakingly beautiful. It's one of those cities you need to spend more than a day in. Hike around Table Mountain and hang out on Long Street to check out Cape Town's shops.


The least expensive month is August, with an average of $ 87 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Cape Town is March, with an average price of $ 169 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $ 132 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.

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