Accommodation in Cape Town Central, City Bowl
View a preview of the establishments offering accommodation in Cape Town Central (listed to the right) by clicking on the establishment name. This will open a short description, photo and links to the properties' info pages. Or, to refine your search by specifying facilities you require for your stay, click to view: Cape Town Central Accommodation
If none of these establishments take your fancy, try a town / suburb nearby, by clicking on the town names on the City Bowl map below. Results include hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfast and self catering accommodation, as well as conference and wedding venues (when available), for each town / suburb.
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Bo Kaap, De Waterkant, Devils Peak, Foreshore, Gardens, Granger Bay, Higgovale, Highlands Estate, Oranjezicht, Roggebaai, Tamboerskloof, University Estate, V&A Waterfront, Vredehoek, or ...
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Fondly known as the ‘mother city’, Cape Town lies in the arms of Table Mountain, more often than not shrouded in cloud and one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks. The heart of Cape Town’s city, her centre, is one of the only major CBDs in South Africa, if not the world, that hasn’t experienced urban decay or major relocation of big business.
The centre of Cape Town has grown fantastically over the last few years and its mix of European and African cultures means it is a-buzz, day or night, with a heady mix of culture, nature and history and an eclectic mix of people. This is the business centre but it’s also a chance to experience South Africa’s past - the South African Museum, the Castle of Good Hope, Company Gardens, Government Avenue and other museums and galleries lining the centre of town.