This slick bachelor pad, situated in a hotel complex on the Roggebaai Canal, is a shining example of the accommodation Cape Town has to offer. For those who appreciate the marvels of industry at work, this sunny North Facing apartment overlooks Cape Town's working harbour, dating back to the 17th...
This slick bachelor pad, situated in a hotel complex on the Roggebaai Canal, is a shining example of the accommodation Cape Town has to offer.
For those who appreciate the marvels of industry at work, this sunny North Facing apartment overlooks Cape Town's working harbour, dating back to the 17th century when it was first used as a port.
The view from the lounge patio spreads out as far as the beaches along the West Coast. By night, with the shutters closed, the thick sliding doors shut and the blackout curtains drawn, even the loudest noise stands little chance of disturbing the sleep of guests of this apartment.
This one bedroom self-catering accommodation in Cape Town consists of an open plan kitchen and lounge with cool grey tiles running throughout.
The clean white kitchen with brushed steel and black appliances includes a washer and dryer in one, neatly tucked out of the way.
The lounge of this accommodation is decorated in red, cream and grey with glass coffee tables, plush rugs and a lounging chair in which to admire the view.
Those in The Mother City on business will find a comfortable working space at the desk in the lounge area.
The large, flat screen TV, PVR, air-conditioning and comfy couch make for a cosy viewing experience.
The couch also converts into a two sleeper couch, easily transforming this bachelor pad into a family apartment.
A second flat screen TV is facing the double bed in the main bedroom.
The open plan main bedroom and bathroom are separated by a bath which, when surrounded by candles, makes for a sensual setting, where room service can be ordered from the phone next to the bath.
A shower with room for two is included in the bathroom, with a separate toilet room for privacy.
Harbour Bridge is a well equipped hotel allowing those staying on business to conduct meetings in their executive boardroom, which accommodates 18 guests and includes the technological equipment required to impress.
The exceptional security and underground parking are sure to make guests feel secure.
Included in this hotel experience are an onsite restaurant as well as a rooftop swimming pool and sun deck offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and sea that contribute to the renowned beauty of the Mother City.
Other than the excellent location, on the periphery of the central business district, within the Cape Town Convention Centre precinct and a quick walk to the Waterfront, perhaps the shining feature of Harbour Bridge is the Roggebaai Canal, which flows beneath the Bridge Wing of the hotel.
Guests of one of the most convenient apartments Cape Town has to offer, can enjoy the canal cruise on the hop on hop off water taxis, which stop at Harbour Bridge, the Waterfront, The One and Only Hotel, City Lodge and the CTICC.
Visitors can hop off at any of the stops, enjoy the sites and hop on again whenever they like.
Therefore the canal cruises can be enjoyed as an informed tour as well as a taxi which takes guests to and from their destination.