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Sea Point Hotels

Highly rated by guests are the Atlantic Affair Boutique hotel & the Mountview Spa. More on the budget side there's the Villa Sunshine Guest House.

Ritz Hotel in Sea Point, Cape Town

The Hyde Hotel has one of the best rooftop pools in Cape Town:

Hyde Hotel's rooftop pool in Sea Point

Sea Point is one of the older residential suburbs of Cape Town, and caters to many religious groups - here's the Sea Point Methodist Church, with Signal Hill in the background.

Sea Point Methodist Church with Signal Hill in the background

Want to see this view of Sea Point from above? Get a Cape Town paragliding quotation, and ask to fly off Signal Hill (the pargliding flights usually land on the Sea Point promenade).

Sea Point from above

List of Sea Point hotels

A directory/list of the official contact details of hotels in Sea Point (email address, website, phone number and fax number). If your establishment is not listed, email us with your details and a suitable date to come and review your accommodation option.

Protea Hotel Seapoint

Arthurs Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8005
South Africa

seapoint@proteahotels.com

Tel: 021 434 3344
Fax: 021 434 3597

The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel

313 Beach Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

hotel@peninsula.co.za

Peninsula

Tel: 021 430 7777
Fax: 021 430 7776

Atlantic Affair Boutique Lodge Hotel

9 Clarens Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8060
South Africa

stay@atlanticaffair.co.za

www.atlanticaffair.co.za

Tel: 021 433 1505
Fax: 021 433 1510

Bickley House

17 Bickley Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8060
South Africa

info@bickleyhouse.com

www.bickleyhouse.com

Tel: 021 434 7424
Fax: 021 434 7302

Bickley Terraces Guest House

23 Bickley Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8060
South Africa

book@bickley.co.za

Tel: 021 439 7613
Fax: 021 439 7934

Blackheath Lodge

6 Blackheath Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8060
South Africa

info@blackheathlodge.co.za

www.blackheathlodge.co.za

Tel: 021 439 2541
Fax: 021 439 9776

Cape Manor Hotel

1 Marais Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

capemanor@premierhotels.co.za

www.premierhotels.co.za

Tel: 021 430 3400
Fax: 021 439 6896

Loloho Lodge

13 Bickley Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@loloholodge.com

www.loloholodge.com

Tel: 021 434 1566
Fax: 021 434 1566

Mountview Spa

208 High Level Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@mountviewspa.co.za

tel : 021 434 3335

Fax :086 566 3335

New Kings Hotel

94 Regent Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@newkingshotel.com

www.newkingshotel.co.za

tel : 021 430 5580

Fax :021 430 5581

Olaf's Guest House

24 Wisbeach Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

olafs@icon.co.za

www.olafs.co.za

Tel: 021 439 8943
Fax: 021 439 5057

Protea Riviera Hotel

273 Beach Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8005
South Africa

rivieraprotea@mweb.co.za

Protea hotels

Tel: 021 434 1040
Fax: 021 439 3265

The Ritz Hotel SeaPoint

Cnr. Main & Camberwell Roads,
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

ritz@africanskyhotels.com

Tel: 021 439 6010
Fax: 021 434 0809

Spring Tide Inn Guest House

8 Olivier Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
8002
South Africa

info@springtideinn.co.za

Tel: 021 433 2012
Fax: 021 433 2031

Sugar Hotel

1 Main Road (corner of Main & Boundary Roads),
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@sugarhotel.co.za

www.sugarhotel.co.za

Tel: 021 430 3780
Fax: 021 433 2224

Sweet Lemon Boutique Bed & Breakfast

12 Bertram Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@sweetlemon.co.za

www.sweetlemon.co.za

Tel: 021 434 1929
Fax: 021 434 5255

Sweet Ocean View Guest House

9 Barkly Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

info@sweetoceanview.co.za

www.sweetoceanview.co.za

Tel: 021 434 5255
Fax: 021 434 1929

Sweet Orange Guest House

1 Bellevue Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

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Tel: 021 434 1929
Fax: 021 434 5255

The Village Lodge

49 Napier Street
De Waterkant
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

book@thevillagelodge.com

www.thevillagelodge.com

Tel: 021 421 1106
Fax: 021 421 8488

Winchester Mansions Hotel

221 Beach Road
Sea Point
Cape Town
Western Cape
South Africa

sales@winchester.co.za

www.winchester.co.za

Tel: 021 434 2351
Fax: 021 434 0215

News & history

  • 8 November 2013. The City of Cape Town has extended the trial period for the use of bicycles, skateboards & rollerblades on the Sea Point promenade; to 31 March 2013.

  • 2008 "Safe as Houses", a music video shot on the Sea Point promenade

 

  • 1954? The solid pavilion at Clarens Road is demolished to make way for a new solid pavilion.

  • 1914 After Sea Point House was washed away, bathers had been using Milton Pool for bathing, up to 1914 when a solid pavilion was opened at Clarens Road.

  • 13 July 1911 The bathing pavilion (known as Sea Point House & owned by a Mr H.D. Cooke) at the bottom of Church Road is washed away, with 30 feet long strands of kelp being swept onto Beach Road. Sea Point House was a "wooden building with cubicles above a rather primitive pool. There were seperate houses for men & women, a place where refreshments were served, and Mr Cooke's shop. It was not an impressive pavilion but the small population of those days was easily satisfied". Here is what an eye-witness had to say about the pavilion being washed away: "Old winter came along on Wednesday with a mighty leaden frown on his face and a bellow of south-west wind from his giant lungs. He whirled the sea into a tumbled riot of green-grey mounds, ever-changing in colour and formation. And the rocks round the coast bared their teeth and shattered the breakers in impotent gusts of spray. The storm had been brewing from July 11. It freshened, there were showers and the seas rose. On the thirteenth the elements burst in all their fury on the Peninsula. The waters dashed in over the railway line at Clarens Road and reached the gardens of houses on the seafront. Ballast was torn from under the rails. Telegraph poles along the beach were swept away like ninepins. People on the seafront heard a piteous howling and saw that a bull terrier was chained on the back verandah. One rescuer after another was driven back. Then an older man got into the building at great personal risk. It seemed ages before he reappeared with the dog. At three in the afternoon huge breakers were battering the bathing houses with dynamic force. Then one wave mightier than the rest fell on the building. It was the death blow. The boiling waters were a mass of beams, spars and household goods. Fortunately the premises were empty at the time as the lessee had vacated the place for the winter." Cooke's Pavilion wasn't rebuilt.

  • 1895 The Mayor of Cape Town, Mr J.S. Langerman, opens the wooden pavilion (Sea Point House) and announces that there would be a special train running early in the mornings for bathers.

Source: Lawrence Green's When The Journey's Over.

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