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SStepping into Urban Chicâ€™s foyer from the busy street is an experience that instills a sense of calm as cool contemporary touches blend with classical lines. A Bottocino marble staircase with a balustrade in stainless steel, wood and glass sweeps immediately up to the Gallery Cafe.
Our unique restaurant, the Gallery CafÃ©, comes complete with ultra-now minimalist design and a classy, passionate culinary style.
For guests staying over, thereâ€™s a choice of twenty individually appointed bedrooms â€“ each with its own en suite bathroom. The decor is a subtle combination of honeyed Spanish marble, warm textured carpets, African mahogany furniture and crushed linen curtains complemented by the contemporary artwork of Alexander Krenz. Some rooms have Zen-like sliding screens so that views of the city, Table Mountain, Lionâ€™s Head or Signal Hill can also be appreciated from the comfort of oneâ€™s bath.
Each room has a broad-band ADSL connection, a mini safe, air conditioning and double glazing to mask the exuberant buzz from the sidewalk below. Thereâ€™s a range of specially formulated toiletries, from bath salts to hand creams, for self-pampering. Courtesy branded snacks such as dried fruit and nut selections are on hand, including refreshments from the mini bar â€“ hidden from sight to complete the aura of restfulness.
Urban Chic also offers underground parking for hotel guests. Stepping into the ambiance of vibrant Long Street, you find yourself among a myriad of arts and craft stores, booksellers, restaurants with cuisines of all persuasions, bistro-cafeâ€™s and colonial architecture reminiscent of the New Orleansâ€™ French quarter.
Whether youâ€™ve come to the city for some serious shopping, to sample the pulsating nightlife, or for a touch-down business trip, and seek the luxury of a home from home â€“ close to the action â€“ with a king-sized bed and goose down pillows after a long, long dayâ€¦ then Urban Chic on Long is the haven that you deserve.