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One&Only Cape Town

Cape Town Waterfront

Guide price

Includes: Breakfast

£315pppn sharing high season £290pppn sharing low season

Breathtaking views of Table Mountain

Never mind raising the bar: the One&Only Cape Town sends the bar into orbit. As far as we (and most other people) are concerned, this hotel is so glamorous and exclusive, it verges on the iconic. 

The restaurant is the brainchild of Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, who serves faultless Nobu food using locally sourced ingredients. There's a brasserie with breathtaking views of Table Mountain. A blissful, award-winning spa. An infinity pool ringed with swaying palm trees. And with their private balconies and terraces, the rooms and suites are nothing short of perfect.

The One&Only has a fantastic location on the Cape Town Waterfront. It has amazing views of the Table Mountain and is perfectly located for exploring the V&A waterfron
Katherine Terry - Knighton Reeve

Food is a priority here and we were fortunate to have time to try both Nobu and Reuben’s restaurants, which were both outstanding.
Suzanne Walford - Knighton Reeve

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