Located in the upmarket, mainly residential suburb of Newlands, this Southern Sun hotel is set amongst century old oaks, nestling against the base of Table Mountain's Devil's Peak.
Park under the giant oaks and enter the foyer with its attractive wood and brass staircase leading to the main lounge. When hunger strikes, pop in at the breakfast room and indulge in the lavish buffet spread. The Macrib Family Restaurant provides an excellent full carvery and a la carte menu for dinner.
The hotel is close to the famous Newlands cricket and rugby fields and major freeways, and has easy access to both the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, from Clifton and Camps Bay to Fishhoek and Muizenberg. It is a stone's throw from Claremont, which is becoming a popular central business district and a hub for great shopping, cinemas and restaurants, and down the road from the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and Rhodes Memorial and across the road from the Newlands swimming pool.