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The main drawcards of the Peninsula All-Suite Hotel are its Atlantic Ocean views and its central location in Sea Point, near a lot of Cape Town's attractions, and not too far from the city itself.
Ask for a room overlooking the Atlantic and as high up as possible for better views.
4.5/5 - based on 2 reviews
/5 : My family and I were in need of a quick getaway, so what we did instead was look closer to home and discovered the Peninsula Hotel. Just 20 minutes from our suburb and perfectly positioned between Sea Point and the start to Camps Bay. The Peninsula Hotel is set in one of Cape Town's prime property stretches which I also refer to as the golden mile. We stayed in a self accommodating apartment that was completely child-friendly as we had a toddler present with us. The only expectation I had was hoping the apartment came with a balcony and a breathtaking view. The minute I stepped in, my only requirement had been fulfilled. I had absorbed every glorious sunrise and every breathtaking sunset during my five day stay. The rooms were simplistic and comfortable enough for everyone to call it their own sanctuary. Strategically placed behind the main road in Sea Point, we were in complete access to a wide variety of restaurants and convenient stores if we felt like cooking in the fully functional kitchen in our apartment. As I speak for most females, shopping was an ultimate breeze as the V&A Waterfront was roughly seven minutes away. The hotel also has a well equipped gym and a lovely heated pool for those who cannot fathom the cold. A little something for everyone? Waking up at the crack of dawn to the sounds of screaming seagulls for a morning run on the busy stretch was a spectacular start to the day. Knowing that was how every single day started for me, not being a morning person certainly changed. I noticed how almost every member of the staff greeted all guests including myself constantly throughout the day. Every evening was spent at the pool side with my mother and sister ordering hot beverages, talking for hours on end and enjoying the crisp air. A five star hotel is not necessary to have a fun-filled family vacation especially when all you need is a slight change of scenery and a livable environment of which the Peninsula provides. How often do we get to explore our very own home town? Something we certainly take for granted. Mid month breaks are meant to be hassle free and it certainly was home away from home. I will give the Peninsula Hotel a rating of 4/5. I believe that credit should be given where credit is due. I recommend the Peninsula Hotel for families who needs a quick refreshing break! Nashreen
2013-06-04 Rating 5/5 : 2 yrs ago I was in cape town and my favourite hotel is THE PENINSULA ALL SUITE HOTEL. I love love love the hotel. The Peninsula is just fabulous, from the studio suite with self catering kitchen to the double bed and sleeper couch all in one room.? The view on Beach road is stunning, wake up to the sound of the ocean and the verandah is such a good size as well. The buffet breakfasts?gets a person up early. The staff are soo friendly and having a?young nephew and niece with me last time, the staff kept an eye on them in the entertainment room and ensured they stayed safe. Cape Town's sky & air is soo much more brighter, clearer and cleaner than Durban. When you in Cape Town you know you in Cape town. From the high pitched screams of the birds to the passing double deck RED tour bus with open top. Driving down to Fish Hoek or Blouberg, there's such beautiful scenery. I miss cape Town, I love Cape Town. Karen
313 Beach Road
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