About St Martini Gardens 816
St Martini Gardens 816 is a studio apartment found in the St Martini Gardens Complex in Cape Town Central. From here you are only a five minute walk from the main shops and restaurants on Long Street, the Museum, the Planetarium and the Company Gardens.
When staying at St Martini Gardens you are also only a short walk to the V&A Waterfront, the Two Oceans Aquarium and the Castle of Good Hope.
Self Catering Accommodation
St Martini Gardens 816 is a studio apartment that sleeps two guests and has an open plan sleeping and living area. There is a double bed, a couch with a coffee table and a TV with a DVD player and satellite TV. The bathroom has a bath with an overhead shower and all linen and towels are provided.
The kitchen is fully equipped for your self catering needs and boasts a fridge / freezer, oven with stove, toaster, kettle, cookware, crockery and cutlery. From the balcony you can enjoy lovely views over the garden courtyard of the complex and can look out to Lions Head and the city.
On Site Facilities:
• 24 hour security
• Secure parking on request
• Wi-Fi available for purchase online
• Lovely garden area
• Large swimming pool
• Laundry facilities
Location & Attractions
Queen Victoria Street is characterised by classic architecture and a non-stop vibe. It is also the address of the St Martini Gardens apartment complex, where visitors to the Mother City can relax amidst the buzz and enjoy comfortable accommodation, a large swimming pool, top-notch security and the lovely green of the gardens.
In addition to these amenities, St Martini Gardens is a fabulous favourite for its close proximity to the MyCiti bus route and the bus stop for the City Sightseeing “hop on / hop off” bus, as well as a host of attractions and activities. These include Table Mountain, Company Gardens, Houses of Parliament, Iziko SA Museum and Planetarium, Greenmarket Square, Bo-Kaap, and the V & A Waterfront.
Cape Town and South African are acclaimed for the outstanding food and wine to be found here. These are best sampled and savoured at the many incredible restaurants that freckle the City Bowl.