The Western Cape
The Mother City, The Winelands And Much More
Our Hotels in the Western Cape
In Cape Town, the Mother City, there are a host of amazing hotels to choose from. Each of them providing the highest levels of service and amenities during your stay with Tsogo Sun:
- Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard
- Southern Sun Cape Sun
- Southern Sun Newlands
- Southern Sun The Cullinan
- Southern Sun Waterfront
- StayEasy Century City
- SunSquare Cape Town
Outside of Cape Town, there are a collection of inspiring Western Cape hotels and resorts.
Beacon Island Resort in Plettenberg Bay offers 200 stylish well-appointed and comfortable rooms. The hotel’s nautical décor and natural colours will soothe you into a relaxed holiday mood.
The Caledon Casino, Hotel and Spa is set in magnificent gardens and offers 95 rooms with air-conditioning, free WiFi and other comforts. Famous for its indulgent spa offerings that includes massage treatments, Swiss showers, sauna and the famous natural hot spring mineral baths. You are sure to leave feeling rejuvenated and renewed.
In Mossel Bay the Garden Court hotel has 43 rooms and a cosy and personal atmosphere. From the hotel you can explore this historic town and the rest of the Western Cape. In your room you will find all the necessities for the modern traveller and the hotel itself offers many amenities for your convenience and comfort; such as the Wellness Spa, restaurants, an outdoor swimming pool and the famous Tsogo Sun service with a smile.
If you are looking for some of the most affordable budget hotels in the Western Cape, then take a look at our selection of SUN1 hotels. With hotels in Cape Town’s Foreshore and Milnerton as well as Parow and Beaufort West, there is a great selection of locations. SUN1 hotels are renowned for convenience and basic comforts with tempting extras like free WiFi and rooms that can sleep 3 at no extra cost.
Tsogo Sun is committed to saving water at its properties in the Western Cape, which is currently experiencing a severe drought. Hotels in the group have introduced several measures to save water. Details on these initiatives can be found on our blog
Visit The Western Cape
This province is one of the country’s most beautiful and a highlight of any holiday in South Africa. Two large bodies of water meet on the coast of the Western Cape – that of the chilly Atlantic Ocean and the warm Indian Ocean. The mixing oceans is reflected in the melting pot of diverse cultures that share the Western Cape. This is a province unlike the rest of the country but truly special easy to fall in love with.
The coastline is framed by rocky bays, golden sand beaches and stunning mountains. One such mountain stands as a symbol of Africa’s far south – the flat topped Table Mountain. Nestled in the bend of this mountain is the cosmopolitan Mother City, Cape Town. Cable cars climb to the top of Table Mountain, giving less energetic passengers an unforgettable view of the wonders of this city.
The Western Cape is also home to the Garden Route – a tourist route that takes you along the world’s most extraordinary coastal stretches and guides you to unique dining, craft and adventure destinations.
This province offers the best of the best in natural beauty and entertainment and you will not be disappointed if you choose the Western Cape as your next holiday destination.
Our Top Recommendations
- Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
If you are visiting Cape Town, you cannot miss this opportunity of a life-time. Be transported up the side and to the top of Table Mountain to get a breathtaking bird’s eye view of the Mother City.
- The Cape Winelands
Take a tour along the Cape Winelands route. Highlights include stunning scenery, cultural heritage and world-class wine-producing estates. Whether its winter or summer this is one of the best places on the planet to taste some of the finest wines and produce in the most picturesque surroundings.
- The Caledon Wildflower Trail
In the Caledon Wildflower Reserve, enjoy a 10 kilometre hike through mountain fynbos up to the summit of the Swartberg. Here you will see a variety of flora and fauna, abundant birdlife and spectacular views of the Overberg area. After your hike, enjoy some light refreshments at the tea-room.
- Keurbooms Beach to Arch Rock
Not far from Plettenberg Bay, take this unforgettable walk on the trails along the coastal bush. You will have the opportunity to observe seals, dolphins and whales showing off in the ocean.