Georgina’s Loft is cosy and comforting in a late-night club sort of way, with moody lighting and subtle paint tones.
It has everything you need including comfy queen-size bed and clean fresh linen on the mezzanine floor, which looks over the open-plan lounge and kitchen, where you’ll find a washing machine and full kitchen amenities.
The bathroom has a separate bath and shower and the TV has satellite channels.
Georgina’s Loft faces the internal atrium and as such its windows don’t get direct sunlight, but the immense 9-floor atrium fills with light and filters into the apartment.
Mutual Heights was one of the first office building convertions to residential in Cape Town’s CBD.
It’s considered to be the finest art deco buildings in the Cape Town and at the time of opening in 1940, was the tallest building in Africa (apart from the Pyramids), and had the fastest lifts.
The shining brass and art deco elements are still there, and they are still fast!
The vibrant energy of Cape Town is immediately palpable on this boulevard of market stalls facing a line of historic buildings.
It’s a pleasure to walk around this compact city and Georgina’s Loft is brilliantly positioned within a few minutes’ walk of top sights like Grand Parade & City Hall, Castle of Good Hope, Flower Market, Greenmarket Square and too many restaurants and cafés to mention.
Except I will mention that the Eastern Food Bazaar is right next door to Mutual Heights and serves the best and cheapest exotic food from various stalls and everyone sits at communal tables to eat.
It’s a brilliant way to immerse yourself in Cape Town city life day or evening.
You have a dedicated parking bay and it’s an easy city to get around as it’s so compact.
The City Sighseeting Bus stops just around the corner and MyCiti buses stop all over the city.
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