Location is everything, and The Table Bay hotel at the V&A Waterfront is conveniently positioned within easy reach of Cape Town’s world-renowned must-see tourist attractions and adventure activities. In addition to the vibrant Cape Town nightlife and entertainment scene, there are a number of things to do from sampling world famous wines to relaxing on one of Cape Town’s Blue Flag beaches. Explore the city’s unique history at one of its many museums and heritage sites, tap into Cape Town’s creative buzz and explore art galleries or local markets, or make the most of the breathtaking natural scenery on a mountain hike or a picnic.
Guests of The Table Bay will have no problem getting around Cape Town. The hotel offers a free shuttle service to and from Table Mountain along a tourist route. This hop-on hop-off service will let you see some of the most popular tourist attractions nearby.
Top Cape Town tourist attractions for The Table Bay hotel's guests:
As the only luxury hotel with direct access to the V&A Waterfront, explore this world-renowned shopping destination at your leisure.
Discover the wonders of our unique marine environment at the Two Oceans Aquarium.
Catch a ferry from the V&A Waterfront to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was held as a prisoner for many years.
Visit museums and galleries at the Company's Garden in central Cape Town.
Catch the Cable Car to the top of Table Mountain.
Soak up the sun on one of Cape Town's beautiful beaches.
The magic of Cape Town encourages visitors to explore beyond the city bowl.
Top Western Cape tourist attractions
Explore the winelands.
Visit the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden.
Explore the South Peninsula from Hout Bay to Noordhoek and Muizenberg.
Visit Cape Point, where two oceans meet.
The V&A Waterfront shopping mall provides a luxury retail experience like no other. Speak to us about a private shopper, or explore the V&A at your leisure.
t: +27 21 408 7500
Catch a ferry to Robben Island from the V&A Waterfront and discover the history of iconic SA leader, Nelson Mandela, at this unique heritage site.
t: +27 21 409 5100
Table Mountain Cableway
No visit to Cape Town is complete without a trip to the summit of the New 7th Wonder of Nature on the Table Mountain Cableway.
Cape Town's Beaches
From Camps Bay and Clifton to the warmer family-friendly beaches along the rugged South Peninsula, Cape Town's beaches are some of the best in the world.
Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium is a window into the spectacular oceans surrounding the southern African coast.
t: +27 21 418 3823
The Company's Garden
The picturesque Company's Garden in Cape Town is home to several museums and galleries of historical and cultural importance.
t: +27 21 426 1357
The Cape winelands from Constantia to Stellenbosch and beyond, are home to top wineries and award-winning wines. Speak to us about a wine tasting tour.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
Over 100 years old, the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden conserves and displays the extraordinarily rich and diverse flora of Southern Africa.
t: +27 21 799 8783
From Hout Bay to Muizenberg, the South Peninsula offers up dramatic scenery, endless white shores and quirky eateries. Be sure to drive scenic Chapman’s Peak.
Set in an unspoiled nature reserve, Cape Point is the dramatic promontory where the warm Indian Ocean meets the cold Atlantic.