The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

313 Beach Road, Sea Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8060, South Africa
The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
44%
71
Very Good
39%
63
Average
9%
15
Poor
4%
7
Terrible
1%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families84
  • Couples88
  • Solo55
  • Business100

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SOUTH AFRICA, Cape Town and Peninsula.

by sachara

Cape Town, dominated by the 1000 M high flat-topped Table Mountain, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You can visit the Table Mountain by cable car and enjoy the magnificient views at the city and surrounding ocean. You can make some fantastic walks.

Cape Town is a good base to visit the Peninsula south of the city. It's about 40 KM to reach the Cape of Good Hope, the southern tip of the African continent. Take the Chapman Peak's Drive of 10 KM along he coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It has great views and is one of the most scenic drives in the world.

The Cape of Good Hope Reserve protects the dramatic coastline of the south part of the peninsula and some of the best examples of fynbos, the dominant and unique vegetation in the Cape Floral Region. In 2004 the Cape Floral Region in the Cape Province with 8 protected areas, one of the richest areas for plants in the world, became an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Mother City

by cybernation

"Cape Peninsula"

Cape Town's name originated form the term 'Cape of Good Hope' when Bartholomew Diaz and other seafarers looked forward to the sight of Table Mountain, like an inn that promised hospitality and prosperity.

The presence of Table Mountain in all its splendour still invokes this kind of emotion. Cape Town is steeped in a rich history and is a cultural melting pot with its diverse and vibrant character being derived from Khoisan and other African tribes from the North, and Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers.

Bustling and beautiful, the cosmopolitan nature of Cape Town means that one never tires of the multitude of experiences it has to offer. From pristine coastlines and a magnificent countryside offering a unique flora kingdom, to the many shopping malls, restaurants, jazz cafes, fleamarkets, theatres and glitzy casinos and nightclubs, Cape Town appeals to the nature-lover and the nightcrawler!

Take a cable car up Table Mountain, or watch the unsurpassed beauty of a sunset at Signal Hill. Visit Canal Walk at Century City for a unique shopping experience, or be captivated and enthralled at Ratanga Junction, Cape Town's larger-than-life theme park.

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Forum Posts

Pls help me make a choice

by to_Jason

Hi,

My plan has turned out such that I can choose one of two options for my last 2 days in Cape Town:

Day trip from Cape Town to Stellenbosch or Franschhoek, plus
Day trip from Cape Town on Route 62 just to see some nice places/wineries along the route.

On both days, I'd be returning back at night to my Cape Town hotel.

OR

Skip Stellenbosch / Franschhoek. Instead, drive from Cape Town to Oudtshoorn via Route 62 making stops at a winery or two along the way. Arrive late evening in Outdtshoorn and spend a couple of nights there. Visit an ostrich farm and the Cango caves. Then fly out from George to Joburg.

Which is a better choice? Please help. Thanks.

Re: Pls help me make a choice

by lynnehamman

Whew- this is a hard choice, because both suggestions are so good.
If you can visit a winery on the way to Oudtshoorn- probably this is best option- however I must confess that personally I would choose the wine route around Cape Town. Not only is the scenery so beautiful - there are excellent resturants en route,it is a very historically interesting area, with beautiful Cape Dutch architecture and ancient Oak trees.
I do NOT recommend any driving at night anywhere in South Africa- speeding with alchohol is a huge problem. The roads are good, but encourage the speedsters. Not safe.
For more info on Cape Town- I have made a page with tips (click on my name for homepage, which has a link) _ I also grew up in Cape Town and lived there most of my life.

Re: Pls help me make a choice

by canuck68

While the Cango Caves are interesting, that was the only thing I liked about Oudtshoorn. On the other hand I found Stellenbosch and the drive there to be most interesting.

Re: Pls help me make a choice

by Sunshine64

For me, the Ostrich farm was a depressing tourist trap and the Cango caves were interesting in concept, but got boring after a while.

Driving north from there, over the Swathberg Pass into the little Karoo is something I will never forget. I highly recommend it if you have the nerve to drive over the pass.

The wine tour I took was spectacular.

Re: Pls help me make a choice

by Nicki2010

I would chose Stellenbosch or Franschhoek. The wine rout is beautiful and each winery has its own style and flavors. I went to Franschhoek in March for two nights and loved it.

Re: Pls help me make a choice

by antonela

Yes definitly I would do the Wine route, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, and please include Paarl, as well.

Travel Tips for Cape Town

Whale watching

by kenHuocj

Get yourself to an appropriately situated beach and enjoy.
Alternatively get to any of the Bays south of Capetown and you're in luck.
to do it with panache, book into one of the expensive well situated beach front hotel, with Whale View -of ocurse;

or go to Bientangs Cave Seafood Restaurant, pay hard currency and watch the whales

The clubs in Long Street

by mvtouring

Cape Town's CBD generally shut's down at night. But that does not mean that nothing is happening here,go to Long Street that is where it all happens, but remember only after 11h30. There are numerous clubs and pubs that remain open till the early hours of the morning. Varies from place to place but generally casual, be aware however esp gents that should you decide to wear thongs many places will refuse you entry.

Overpriced, not much taste

by AUE about Cape Town Fish Market

Like many restaurants in Cape Town, this restaurant is grossly overpriced. However, it gives you quite horrible seafood as well - and it's really difficult to mess up seafood.
There were 3 of us and none of us was impressed.

Service also doesn't reflect the prices paid. It might have been a bad day, or just our luck, but I won't try it again in case of 'better luck next time'. Nothing.

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 The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel

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Address: 313 Beach Road, Sea Point, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8060, South Africa