Hilton Cape Town City Centre
Guests are within easy reach of popular Cape Town sites, the central business district and the area's world-renowned winelands.
Modern rooms and suites at the Hilton Cape Town hotel feature beautiful views of the mountain and city. Hotel facilities include a fully-equipped 24-hour fitness centre with sauna and steam room, an outdoor swimming pool, business centre and conference facilities for up to 120 guests.
Enjoy regional South African dishes and northern Indian menus designed by the hotel's executive chef, or savor specialities like the popular Tapas Tuesday offering.
Take the complimentary shuttle to and from the V&A Waterfront to explore Cape Town within five kilometres of the hotel, or venture further to discover some of South Africaís exciting attractions. Take a cableway to the top of Table Mountain, or enjoy an exhilarating hike to its famous flat peak. The cable cars rotate through 360 degrees during the trip to give you a panoramic view over the city. Discover local culture at the three-day Cape Town International Jazz Festival, where local musicians perform alongside international jazz stars on 16 stages.
The Cape Winelands are amongst the most scenic winelands in the world and situated in close proximity to Cape Town, with the towns of Stellenbosch and Paarl less than 30 minutes drive. The Two Oceans Aquarium is one of the top tourist attractions in Cape Town.
Over 3000 living sea animals, including sharks, fishes, turtles and penguins can be seen in this spectacular underwater nature reserve. Visit Simonís Town, where a colony of African penguins has lived at Boulders Beach since 1985.
Visit the fascinating Robben Island, where political prisoners were held. A small rock pile, built at an emotional reunion of Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners, is the only memorial on the island. Robben Island now hosts a large colony of African penguins in their natural habitat.
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This page was last updated: 25 August 2017