The Cellars-Hohenort, Cape Town

From your balcony you have a breath-taking view of iconic Table Mountain. Breathe in and you’ll smell the fragrance of the indigenous flora of Constantia Valley.

Without a shadow of a doubt, The Cellars-Hohenort is the destination hotel that South Africans themselves aspire to staying in, when they holiday at home. It has, for example, two of Cape Town’s most revered restaurants; The Greenhouse and The Conservatory. It also stands at the heart of Cape Town’s vineyard; Constantia Valley on the slopes of Table Mountain itself.

Make it part of your luxury, tailor-made holiday to South Africa and you’ll soon discover that the Cellars-Hohenort opens up a whole world of experiences. You’ll be perfectly positioned to takes tours of Cape Point – where two mighty oceans collide. Or Robben Island – once the reluctant home of Nelson Mandela. Then there are the city tours, the famous Garden Route, the chic waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens…

The Cellars-Hohenort, at a glance

  • Leading hotel on the slopes of Table Mountain, set in 9.5 acres of manicured gardens
  • Choice of 48 rooms and suites – all with exceptional views of the gardens or Table Mountain
  • Premier Suites are arranged over one or two levels
  • Luxury double rooms have verandas showcasing the spectacular views
  • Double rooms have designer en suites and glorious garden views
  • Two acclaimed restaurants with a distinguished culinary pedigree

For leisure and pleasure

  • Two large heated swimming pools
  • Fresh wellness spa offering a range of treatments and pampering rituals
  • Tennis court
  • Unrivalled base for exploring Cape Town and its environs
  • Just 15 minutes from the city centre and V&A waterfront with its stylish restaurants, bars and nightlife
  • Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Robben Island and Cape Point all easily accessible
  • Great starting point for city, Garden Route and Wine Route tours
  • The whole organisation from Heathrow and back was seamless and first class. Our thanks to Ultimate yet again

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    DC, Spain, 2014