There are plenty of places to stay in Cape Town, you should have no trouble finding a bed to suit your budget. There are of course excellent hotels to suit the business traveler, close to the city center and with all the conveniences of wifi, restaurants and bars (see our top 10 business hotels in Cape Town). If you are looking for a very unique place to stay, check out Grand Daddy's Air Stream Trailer Park.
The high season is December to February so hotels do tend to book up in advance at that time of year. You can choose to stay on the Waterfront, Green Point and Sea Point, in the City Bowl (center), in Camps Bay, Hout Bay or further afield in the Winelands. Each area has its fair share of budget to luxury accommodations. You can also rent apartments, luxury flats or stay at a youth hostel.
Our Cape Town Hotel Reviews:
- Winchester Mansions, Sea Point
- The Radisson Blu Waterfront, Granger Bay
- The Cape Grace Hotel, V&A Waterfront
- Grand Daddy's Air Stream Trailer Park, Long Street
A few good accommodation web sites include:
Cape Stay offers listings for Bed and Breakfasts, Luxury Villas, Backpackers, Cottages, Hotels, Holiday Homes and more. Each listing is accompanied by a photo and a handy pricing guide. Online bookings are available for most properties.
Cape Town Hotel Guide offers listings broken down by hotel, guest house and self-catering options.
Travellers Point offers a good selection of budget accommodation throughout Cape Town, a great resource for backpackers.