The Hyde Hotel
Ideal for Millennials or at least those living in the 21st Century. This independently owned and run 4* hotel is smart and eloquent. Swanky, as they’d say.
Consisting of 36 luxury suites, this boutique hotel is all about attention to detail and although simplistic in design and décor, it offers a new age feel with a modern twist and present day façade.
The sky deck and rooftop pool give you surrounding views of Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal Hill. The perfect spot to chill out or watch the sunset with a cocktail in hand.
Stylish. Minimalist. Sophisticated. On point.
An all-suite hotel. All suites luxury. All luxurious.
Studio Suites: Open plan with either a Twin or King bed. Air-conditioning, lounge, flat screen TV, en-suite bathroom, kitchenette, tea & coffee station, mini bar, safe and universal plug points
Hyde Suites: Quiet and spacious with Twin or King bed and electric blankets in the colder months. Lounge with air-conditioning, electric fan in bedroom, en-suite bathroom, kitchenette, flat screen TV, tea & coffee station, mini bar, safe and universal plug points
Deluxe Suites: As above, just the “Deluxe” version. More spacious.
Secure undercover parking; Complimentary WIFI; Complimentary shuttle services to V&A Waterfront and CBD; Rooftop pool and deck; Restaurant & Bar; Gym; Laundry service; Room service & Concierge service; Travel desk; Tea & Coffee station; Generator for load shedding periods
Situated a stone’s throw away from the Sea Point Promenade, you’ll have pubs, music clubs, coffee shops and restaurants all within a short walk or meander along the promenade itself.
City sightseeing. It’s Cape Town, so there is plenty to see! And of course there’s shopping in abundance. Bring along your credit card - raise your limits!
Table Mountain, Robben Island, Kirstenbosch Gardens, the more touristic places not to miss.
Cape Winelands, Cape Point Tour and Township Tours to name but a few more.
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