The Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront is ideally located close to all of Cape Town's main tourist attractions, the business district, beaches and the V&A Waterfront. The Raddison combines high levels of luxury with efficient service and true South African warmth. Each of the 182 rooms has all the gizmos and gadgets you could hope for and the hotel even has its own private marina. Relax on the pool terrace with a refreshing drink or take a dip in the sparkling rim-flow swimming pool. And if you’re feeling more active, you can visit the adjacent golf course and gym.
Tobago's Restaurant offers a wide selection of local and international cuisine - the lunch time buffet has become a firm favourite among the local business community and I hear the breakfast is one of the best in town. At night it is transformed into an intimate á la carte venue offering a wide array of mouth-watering dishes. Tobago's Bar and Terrace, literally a stone's throw from the waves, is arguably the most spectacular spot in Cape Town at which to enjoy a cocktail while admiring the magnificent African sunset. This was one of the first bars I visited when I first arrived in Cape Town and I pretty soon realised that I wasn’t going to be leaving in a hurry.