Overlooking the picturesque Victoria & Alfred waterfront, this luxurious and modern hotel is in excellent location where the views of Cape Town Harbour, Table Mountain and the city serve as your backdrop to your most unforgettable honeymoon in South Africa. With the hotel’s prime location, you’ll be just moments from shopping, dining and entertainment in which to discover together and in between exploring Cape town’s captivating attractions. You can indulge in signature massages at the spa, top rated dining options by the waterfront and Table Mountain views can be appreciated as you take a dip into the hotel’s glistening pool.
Honeymoon resort information
Piazza facing roomThere are 34 rooms overlooking the piazza, which is fun as it has a waterfront culture which includes traditional music and performers. This elegant room is very comfortable for two. With a floor area of 38m²- 44 m², there is a bedroom area, comfortable living area with armchairs and coffee table plus a separate bathroom with bath tub and walk-in shower
Mountains facing roomThis room feels cosy and private for two and has views over the Alfred Basin with Table Mountain beyond. With 38m²- 44m² of floor area, the room feels surprisingly spacious and is light. There is a living area with armchairs and the opportunity to make tea or coffee or enjoy a drink together from the mini-bar, there is a also a comfortable king size bed and separate bathroom with attractive double vanity unit and walk in shower.
Loft roomsThis room feels cosy and private and is perfect for two. With 36m² of floor area it is surprisingly spacious and is light and bright too as there are several slanted windows in the ceiling. There is a living area, bedroom area and separate bathroom with attractive double vanity unit and a walk in shower.
The hotel has the relaxing Sanctuary Spa that offers a good selection of treatments and there is a state of the art gym.
The hotel is perfectly placed for exploring Cape Town as it is within walking distance of the top retail outlets and very best restaurants.
The terminal for the ferry to Robben Island is just up from the hotel and there are excursions to local vineyards and public gardens available too.
GinjaThis restaurant is very contemporary styled – which is in marked contrast to the rest of the hotel. With leather seats and a fabulous view of the Cape Town harbour and Table Mountain, it offers great all day dining. The long wooden trestle tables groan with the weight of the breakfast buffet which includes fish, ham, cheese, yoghurt and cereals plus Champagne and oysters – what a romantic start to the day. There is a hot a la carte alternative for those who prefer Egg Benedict , which is a firm favourite. There is a good choice of meals for lunch and dinner including healthy options and beautifully prepared local dishes and there is an excellent selection of local wines too. Within this restaurant there is a Native Expresso Bar, offering sensational coffee and on the go baguettes too.
Dash (Queen Victoria Hotel)This elegant fine dining restaurant located at the Queen Victoria Hotel, is named after 'Dash' who was Queen Victoria's favourite dog. The food is beautifully prepared and presented with creative flair. Open throughout the day, Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be enjoyed in the restaurant and there is a stylish bar for drinks before or after dinner.