Three best hotels in Cape Town for business travellers
With the COVID-19 pandemic slowly lifting its grip on society, people are becoming more comfortable to travel both internationally and across South Africa. Furthermore with airline prices at their lowest and hotels offering crazy mid-week specials, we can confidently say that there has never been a better time to take a business trip. Travellers are spoilt for choice when it comes to Cape Town accommodation. Hence our decision to cut through the rest and present to you our best hotels in Cape Town for business travellers.
The Capital 15 on Orange
For the business person travelling with family
Cape Town is renowned as one of the most beautiful cities and premier destination for both business and leisure travel. With Table Mountain listed as one of the 7 wonders of nature, we hardly feel that one needs an excuse to take the family along with you on your next business trip.
The Capital 15 on Orange is a diverse property with numerous room configurations. From standard rooms all the way up to two bedroom apartments, there is a space for every size family. For the more adventurous guests, there are four themed accommodation pods. The Moet & Chandon Signature Pod, Glenmorangie Pod, Hennessy Pod and Hendricks Pod. What a unique offering.
Don’t forget that all this comes with exceptional five star service and an incredibly delicious buffet breakfast. The hotel is situated on the footsteps of Cape Town’s historic Company’s Gardens and a short walk to Long Street. You could not get more central if you tried.
The Capital Hotels & Apartments offer exceptional accommodation rates on their website and if you’re a member of La Famiglia you automatically enjoy 20% off! WINNER!
For the executive business traveller
Aparthotel isn’t a new concept, however the developers of Latitude in Sea Point, Cape Town have taken this idea to the next level. Literally!
Latitude Aparthotel is situated on Kings Street in the heart of one of the cities most iconic, beachfront suburbs. This beautifully designed and exquisitely furnished building is compact with only 32 rooms. There is also a pool, restaurant and conference facilities on the top floor. Furthermore if you’re the type of business traveller that enjoys a lock-up-and-go experience with luxurious rooms then this property is just what you’ve been looking for.
Latitude Cafe is situated on the 9th floor with panoramic views across the Atlantic Ocean, Table Mountain and Lion’s Head. Breakfast is included in your stay and we highly recommend trying their overnight oats with an espresso syrup and fried banana. There is no better way to start the day!
Latitude has made our list of the best hotels in Cape Town for business travellers for good reason. They also have unique co-working spaces that include hot desks, meeting rooms, conferencing and event venues. The aparthotel is also big on events so keep an eye out on their social media pages for weekly announcements.
When one hears the term hostel, the last thing that comes to mind is an accommodation provider suitable for a busy entrepreneur. Well let’s try and debunk this myth.
Curiocity is definitely one of the most unique properties on the Atlantic Seaboard. The building is setup as a hostel with all common areas and facilities one would expect. However there are also numerous room options available for the solo traveller, family or couple wanting a little privacy.
There is something truly special about cohabiting a space with people from different walks of life. Conversing about unique topics, learning from cultures with diverse opinions and hearing a cacophony of languages is what makes good travel experiences so unforgettable. This type of adventure is not possible in a traditional hotel but at Curiocity it’s the norm.
Experiences are at the forefront of what Curiocity is about. Their entire philosophy is to help guests enjoy Cape Town from the perspective of a local. With multiple events on every week, like their street art walks and beer and braai nights, no guest will feel left out.