Colourful De Waterkant Village is a unique European influenced village of semi-detached quaint cottages and cobbled streets preserved from the 1760`s.
Cradled between the city and the Waterfront, De Waterkant Village is avant-garde, a cultural urban refuge highlighted by the abundance of restaurants, art galleries, gay clubs, salsa clubs, tapas bars and Parisian inspired cafs. Drawing comparisons from cultural and artistic villages from all over the world, De Waterkant embraces individuality and theatricality, echoed in the architecture and vibrancy of its residents and visitors.
A centralized reception acts as a service centre which allows guests all the comforts of a hotel in your own home. Guest services include daily housekeeping, concierge desk and tourist information.
Walking on the beautiful sidewalks, one cannot help but be caught up in its spell, cast by the beauty of the Dutch, Georgian and Asian influenced architecture, with flower boxes under the windows, sprawling balconies and rooftop decks providing exquisite views and majestic old trees that line the streets, filtering the sun selectively through their branches. This is a place that will tempt you into its fold and dare you to indulge and delight in lifes finer pleasures.
Apartments and Houses at De Waterkant Village
From serviced apartments to houses, De Waterkant Village has it all and lodgings at the village are as diverse and eclectic as the place itself. In keeping with the feel of an authentic traveller`s village, guests can enjoy services and facilities when staying in apartments or cottages, such as a centralised reception, concierge and housekeeping.
There are one, two and three bedroom apartments/houses to choose from.
What to do near De Waterkant Village:
De Waterkant Village is tucked between Table Mountain, the CBD and the V&A Waterfront. De Waterkant is often described as being arty, charismatic and quaint and is a truly special place decorated with gorgeous al fresco restaurants, sidewalk caf`s, boutiques and bars and is often compared with Greenwich Village and Soho.
Cnr Loader & Dixon Streets, Cape Town
Exit Airport Direction N2 Cape Town, and as you approach the city, follow the N2 CITY, FORESHORE, SEA POINT signage.
Follow N2 Stad/City signs for 22kms until you arrive at the Coen Steytler Avenue traffic lights. The Cape Town International Convention Centre is on your left hand side and the V&A Waterfront on your right hand side. Proceed straight over the intersection.
Cross over two more intersections and at the third traffic light, Strand Street, turn right.
Almost immediately, the roads makes a 90 degree turn to the left. 1 Loader is on the corner, on your left hand side.