The 4* Victoria & Alfred Hotel, which was established in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse; combines history and modern elegance to create timeless beauty. This is one of the best positions to stay for your holiday in Cape Town as you have the convenience of being on the Waterfront and close to the city and famous beaches.
The hotel offers some of the most enviable views of Cape Town Harbour, Table Mountain, and the slick city; that stretches out at the foot of this Natural Wonder. Timeless elegance and personalized luxury are found at the award-winning Victoria & Alfred Hotel; providing its guests with the best possible Cape Town experience.
Victoria & Alfred Hotel Accommodation
This hotel has distinguished itself as one of Cape Town’s finest accommodation options; due to its attention to detail and elegance. Each of the 94 x well-appointed, contemporary rooms offers views of the Alfred Basin, Table Mountain, or the piazza; ensuring a luxurious stay. Warm personal attention immediately makes guests feel at ease.
There are 34 x Mountain Facing Rooms which vary between 38 m² to 44 m² and boast stunning views over the Alfred Basin and Table Mountain.
Piazza Facing Rooms
There are also 34 x Piazza Facing Rooms of between 38 m² to 44 m² that offer views of the energetic piazza. Hints of the Waterfront culture, which includes traditional music and performers; can be absorbed from these rooms.
The 26 x stylish Loft Rooms (36 m²) offer views of either Table Mountain or the piazza, through automated windows.
Room Amenities at V&A Hotel
Swivel television with satellite channels Mini bar Complimentary coffee, teas, and biscuits King size beds with luxurious 400-thread count Egyptian cotton bedding Air conditioning Writing desk and leather folder En-suite bathroom Bathrobes and slippers Hairdryer Ironing board and iron International plugs Electronic safe
Ginja Restaurant at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel incorporates a blend of artisanal and wholesome all-day dining menu options. This can be enjoyed against the iconic backdrop of Table Mountain situated on the water’s edge of the V&A Waterfront. The restaurant also has a unique coffee bar, Native Espresso Bar, created by a local entrepreneur for coffee connoisseurs looking for a sensational morning fix and a breakfast or lunch baguette to-go.
Being on the Waterfront and so close to the city and surrounds means there are plenty of off-site restaurants to visit while on your holiday in Cape Town. Guests staying at any of Newmark’s V&A Waterfront properties (Victoria & Alfred Hotel, Dock House Boutique Hotel, or Queen Victoria Hotel); can opt to have breakfast at either of these restaurants; at no additional cost. Other meals can be billed directly to your room. An added convenience.
Victoria & Alfred Hotel Accommodation Rates
All rates are subject to change and may fluctuate according to demand so use them as indicative.
Indicative Rates per room in South African Rands
Children aged 2 – 12
1st until 6th February 2023
7th February until 31st March 2023
1st until 30th April 2023
1 May until 31 August 2023
1st until 30th September 2023
1st until 31st October 2023
1st November until 24th December 2023
25th December 2023 until 5th January 2024
6th until 31st January 2024
1st until 14th February 2024
15th February until 30th April 2024
Rates include breakfast and VAT.
2 x adults and 1 x child under 12 can be accommodated in the Piazza or Mountain Facing rooms only. Children under 2 are accommodated free of charge in these rooms.
Victoria & Alfred Hotel Accommodation Special Offers
Stay 3, Pay 2 – book your stay for 3 nights and only pay for 2 nights
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