Occupying a breathtaking site on the lower slopes of Table Mountain and set in nine acres of lush and tranquil gardens, the Mount Nelson is Cape Towns most luxurious hotel situated just a short stroll from the historic city centre and vibrant Kloof Street.
For fine dining, the Cape Colony restaurant offers an eclectic mix of contemporary Southern European and Western Cape trends, with a special Chefs Table offering guests the opportunity to dine in the heart of the kitchen.
The Oasis Restaurant offers the perfect venue for relaxed alfresco dining, with health-focused meals perfectly prepared to your exact specifications.
The hotel is famous for its decadent Afternoon Teas served daily in the Lounge, whilst the stylish Planet Champagne and Cocktail Bar serves French Champagne by the glass and is popular with local Capetonians as well as hotel guests.
The bar spills out onto a magnificent garden terrace, allowing guests to take full advantage of the beautiful African night sky.
Parking is complimentary, as are return shuttle transfers to the V&A Waterfront and Cape Town International Convention Centre.
From Cape Town International Airport:
- Proceed from the airport buildings onto the N2 highway, staying on the right hand side of the left lane in the direction of 'City' or 'Cape Town' (the other direction will be 'Somerset West').
- Continue along the N2 highway past all the off-ramps and after you pass the Liesbeek Parkway offramp, get into the lane second from the right, following the signs to the City.
- You will pass under two bridges and at the third bridge the road forks with the option of an offramp to the left or a bend to the right.
- Follow the bend to the right and the N2 will then merge with the M3 to form five lanes of traffic - the road then forks with the two left lanes forming De Waal Drive and the two right lanes forming Eastern Boulevard.
- Ensure that you move into one of the two left lanes as you need to proceed along De Waal Drive.
- Continue along De Waal Drive which winds its way around the foot of Table Mountain.
- As you pass under an overhead walkway, slow down as just before the overhead road bridge you need to take the offramp left into Mill Street (if you continue under the bridge, the road becomes Roeland Street).
- Continue along Mill Street (which then changes its name to Orange Street), passing through two sets of traffic lights.
- Beforethe pedestrian traffic lights on your left-hand side you will see the landmark Prince of Wales Pillars, signifying the entrance to Mount Nelson Hotel.
The 201 luxurious rooms and suites are individually decorated and guest facilities include two heated swimming pools, floodlit tennis courts, a bodycare centre, hairdresser, a private gymnasium, golf practice net, two gift shops, seven conference rooms, high speed internet access throughout the hotel and a business centre.
Guest Room Features include:
* Mini Bar fridge
* Opening windows
* Writing desks
* Mood lighting
* Electronic Safe
* Daily newspaper
* Bottled water
* 24 hour medical support
* 24 hour in-room dining
* On-site guest laundry
* Beds are turned down and serviced twice daily
* Individually controlled air conditioning units
* Sewing kits and suit, skirt and padded hangers
* Hairdryer, bathroom scale and lighted makeup mirror
* Luxury Bathroom amenities/toiletries and bathrobes
* International Plugs, Shaver sockets and shaver mirrors
* Luxurious 100% cotton linen and non-allergenic foam pillows
* Two line touch-dial telephones with data ports and voicemail
* Satellite Television, Radio, Video recorder and AM/FM clock radio