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SStepping into the Mandela Rhodes Place Hotel & Spa in the energetic heart of Cape Town is like being greeted by an elegant and stylish grandfather – albeit one who boasts impeccable taste in contemporary art.
Sprightly, with a twinkle in his eye and a penchant for boldly patterned silk shirts, he is the sort of man who tears down conformism and the unbearable stiffness of traditional suiting. He is a solid man, with a sensitive allure. He collects curios and still knows how to throw fabulous parties for the younger generation.
His energy is sumptuous, welcoming and charming.
Befitting its namesake, it’s safe to say that this iconic hotel is a lot like Nelson Mandela.
AA gentle blend of old and new
This luxurious retreat brings the relics of the bygone era and the concept of modern city living together to provide discerning guests with premium accommodation that boasts personal service, meticulous attention to detail, intimacy and friendly hospitality.
Mandela Rhodes Hotel
WWith its central location overlooking the bustling city, here you can be a part of Cape Town’s vibrant and exciting lifestyle - brimming with an unmistakable urban energy. From enjoying astounding views of the Table Bay Harbour and the landmark Ferris Wheel at the V&A Waterfront to painting the town red at one of the trendy bars, pubs and clubs just around the corner – Mandela Rhodes’ entire offering is geared towards providing guests with the perfect arena to live, work, relax and play.
State-of-the-art services and facilities
Mandela Rhodes offers a variety of accommodation for business and leisure travellers as well as those wanting a permanent home in the city centre. This includes hotel suites, corporate suites, studios, as well as two-bedroom apartments, all with modern amenities and undercover parking. Some of the apartments have a full-kitchen option available.
Guests have access to a high-tech gym, swimming pool, wireless internet, 24-hour concierge and business centre, optional breakfast service, pre-delivery grocery shopping, airport and city transfers, car hire, housekeeping, laundry as well as day tours.
CCulinary experiences to suit your palate
A notable restaurant, Azura, provides the modern diner with unsurpassed service and contemporary decor. Shandiz welcomes guests for a daily breakfast and lunch buffet as well as an exquisite Persian dinner in a stunning setting with a full complement of beverages from a cocktail bar.
Other trendy eateries on offer, located in the atrium, include Doppio Zero, Mint Restaurant, Twankey Bar and Bombay Brasserie at the Taj Hotel, which is just a stone’s throw away.
As the oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town is overflowing with rich historical and cultural treasures. So there’s no doubt that your stay in the Mother City will be nothing short of a fun-filled, inspirational, educational and profound experience.
South African urban architectural design tours introduce visitors to the eclectic array of styles and influences behind the country’s most iconic buildings.
Nobel Square at Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront honours Nelson Mandela, FW de Klerk, Desmond Tutu and Alfred Luthuli – the 4 South Africans who have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The Western Cape offers a rich floral kingdom, pristine beaches, a globally renowned wine industry, award-winning restaurants and a unique history and heritage.
Western Cape highlights include Table Mountain, Robben Island, the West Coast and Whale Coast, the Cape winelands, the Karoo and the verdant Garden Route.
The GrandWest Casino in Cape Town offers over 2 500 slot machines and 68 gaming tables, as well as conference facilities and entertainment for the whole family.
Staying at the Mount Nelson Hotel these days (it opened in 1899) you experience a mix of history and modern facilities, like a gym, a spa, top-class communications services and a choice of formal or al fresco dinner settings.
With a population of 3.7-million, Cape Town is South Africa’s second most populous city, a quintessential melting pot of creativity, cuisine and colour – including pink. Its strategic geographic position at the tip of Africa has seen foreign visitors stopping off at the Cape since the 1400s, each contributing unique cultural influences that make up the fabric of modern-day Cape Town.
The Cape Town International Jazz Festival is a highlight on every jazz enthusiast’s calendar. It takes place on the last weekend of March each year at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.