Radisson Blu Waterfront – Cape Town – South Africa

The Radisson Blu Waterfront Cape Town offers a 5***** retreat with a laid back coastal vibe perfectly suited to its location. Set right on the rocks facing Table Bay, this is a seafront property and a city hotel at the same time. A few minutes walk to the lively V&A Waterfront (or take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle) and just 5 minutes from downtown, this is the perfect hotel to welcome you to Africa or in which to relax after an exhilarating safari adventure. All this backed by Radisson Blu’s 100% guest satisfaction guarantee, which means no guest should ever leave disappointed!

Radisson Blu Waterfront combines perfectly with Jamala Madikwe Royal Safari Lodge for a compact city and bush covering the highlights of a trip to South Africa.

Sea and mountain views

The hotel offers 177 rooms all with a subtle nautical feel. The standard rooms face away from the ocean with many having views of Table Mountain. The ocean facing premium rooms offer spacious lounge areas and balconies that open up with breathtaking views directly out to sea or over the marina. For families the hotel also offers 2 bedroom suites, both rooms en suite with the hotel’s signature views out to the ocean beyond.

All rooms come with the amenities and facilities that you would expect from a modern 5***** hotel. These are complimented by state of the art conferencing facilities for the workers; excellent Amani Spa for those in need of some pampering and a full fitness centre to work off the great food and drink on offer!

Radisson Blu Premium Room

Sense of place

The Radisson Blu Waterfront really gives you a sense of being on the edge of the great South Atlantic. Stepping out onto the terrace you will forget that you are in one of Africa’s major cities. The rim flow pool blends with the crashing waves of the Atlantic beyond, gulls fly overhead and you may even spot a whale in the bay if you are lucky! More than almost any other hotel in the city the Radisson Blu Waterfront gives you a true sense of where you are.

Radisson Blu Waterfront

A little extra…

Tobago’s restaurant at the Radisson Blu Waterfront serves modern global dishes and is a popular spot with guests and locals alike. However, the big attraction is the hotel’s oceanside terrace. On a sunny evening this is one of the most popular spots in the city to sip cocktails as the sun sets and the lights of the suburbs across the bay start to shine and the waves break just meters away.

Radisson Blu Drinks

Prices:

Price from: £82.00 / €92.00 / $103.00 per person in a double room per night*

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  • Discounts for long stays and special low season rates June – September available.

*Based on stays before 31 August 2019 in a standard non-sea facing room on a bed and breakfast basis

What’s included:

  • Accommodation in your chosen room type

  • Full breakfast daily

  • Complimentary hotel shuttle to and from the V&A Waterfront

What’s Excluded:

  • Travel to and from the hotel

  • All other meals or service other than as mentioned

  • Items of personal expense – i.e. spa treatments, laundry, telephone calls etc

Top attractions:

  • Table Mountain

  • Robben Island

  • Cape Point & Cape of Good Hope

  • Cape Winelands

  • V&A Waterfront

  • Whale watching in many coastal areas June to November

When to visit:

  • January – April: Summer months, and some of the busiest for tourism to Cape Town. Mostly sunny skies, can be windy. Excellent time to visit, but prices at their highest.

  • May – August: The winter period, days can be cold and wet but never for too long, the rainy days usually alternate with sunny winter days. July marks the real start of whale season and by late August the West Coast and Namaqualand flowers are in full bloom, which is one of the most incredible natural spectacles in the country. Best accommodation prices are offered during this period.

  • September – October: Temperatures starting to warm up, full whale season and spring blooms in many areas. High season prices start.

  • November – December: Temperatures continue to rise. November marks the end of the whale season. Most of the rain has passed and high tourism season is in full swing.  From around the 15th December the city is usually full to capacity with international and local tourist, and clients wishing to travel during this period are advise to book in advance to guarantee their first choice of accommodation, and car rental is in short supply.

  • Cape Town and the whole of the Western Cape is a malaria free area.

Getting there:

  • Drive time from Cape Town International Airport approximately 30 minutes (outside of peak hour traffic)

  • Closest airport – Cape Town International Airport

Weather:

  • January – Average High 29ºC (84ºF) / Average Low 17ºC (63ºF) / Average days with rain 3

  • April – Average High 25ºC (77ºF) / Average Low 15ºC (59ºF) / Average days with rain 6

  • July – Average High 20ºC (68ºF) / Average Low 11ºC (52ºF) / Average days with rain 10

  • October – Average High 24ºC (75ºF) / Average Low 14ºC (57ºF) / Average days with rain 5