Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel

Cape Town, South Africa

With grand architecture dating back to the early 19th century and gorgeous chic décor, Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel is just as stunning as its Cape Town location. Adopting a contemporary style with a twist of bohemian glamour, this hotel is very charming indeed.

There are 15 rooms altogether, all individually decorated to evoke its own personality. The seven Standard Rooms are cosy and comfortable, whilst the seven Luxury Rooms also have a private balcony with picturesque views. The ultimate indulgence comes in the form of one Superior Luxury Room, featuring a lounge with a toasty fireplace, large windows letting in lots of beautiful natural light, and a private outdoor area with a plunge pool.

There are plenty of delightful restaurants and cafes nearby to discover during lunch and dinner, but we’d recommend starting the day in the hotel’s own breakfast room, serving up a tasty mix of pastries, coffees, and hot breakfast dishes. Head to the charming library from 2-5pm and you’ll be greeted with tea, lemonade, and delicious treats, or venture to the lovely main lounge between 5-9pm for an evening social of canapes, port and sherry. The main swimming pool is also a great area to relax in between exploring all Cape Town has to offer.

Combine Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel with a stay at Le Franschhoek Hotel in the Winelands and Kings Camp in Kruger National Park for a one-of-a-kind South African safari. You may even want to add a trip to Victoria Falls to add even more excitement to your adventure.

What's Included

  • All rooms have a king bed
  • Breakfast room
  • Complimentary canapes, port and sherry at the evening social
  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi

Open all year round, children of all ages are welcome.

Price Information

This lodge can be booked as part of a tailor-made safari, with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £105 / €125 / $155

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