When you choose your Cape Town holiday apartment a view of Table Mountain is an added bonus.
You’ve come to the right place because the one-bedroom Mutual 810 not only has stunning views of Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak, but some of the city’s iconic historic buildings as well.
From the tall windows loook out onto Grand Parade, City Hall and the Castle of Good Hope.
Mutual 810 has double-volume high ceilings and a mezzanine floor bedroom looking loftily over the open-plan lounge & kitchen.
The original parquet wood floors and wall sconces in Mutual 810 reflect the building’s art deco heritage and Mutual Heights is considered the finest art deco building in Cape Town.
The high ceilings allow the bedroom to be situated on the mezzanine floor with a queen-size bed and freshly laundered white linens.
Below is the bathroom with separate bath and shower and lounge with TV and satellite channels and 4-seater dining table. The kitchen is well equipped with crockery and cutlery and a washing machine.
Staying at Mutual 810 you get your own inside parking bay (like gold dust in the city!) and use of a gorgeous swimming pool, both accessed via a funky skywalk to the adjacent Adderley building.
Mutual Heights rubs shoulders with a street full of heritage buildings and with the grandeur of Table Mountain to the rear and the Atlantic Ocean to the front, it’s easy to see why people call Cape Town one of the world’s most beautiful cities.
At Mutual 811 you will be staying right in the heart of the city, with easy access to by foot or by car to all the tourist sites and CBD businesses.
Ten Reasons to Choose Mutual Heights 810
- Great Table Mountain Views
- Brilliant city centre position
- Personal Meet, Greet & Checkout Service
- Walk to restaurants, cafés & tourist attractions
- 5-mins drive to Table Mountain and V&A Waterfront
- Safe and secure with dedicated inside parking
- Use of gorgeous rooftop swimming pool
- Gym on site
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Tourist Information folder
Mutual Heights 810 is in the most acclaimed art-deco building and apartment conversion in Cape Town.
And it’s bang in the middle of the city, which means it’s perfectly positioned for walking around historic Cape Town.
Explore markets, fine architecture, restaurants and tourist attractions on foot.
Walk to City Hall, Grand Parade, Castle of Good Hope, Adderley Street Flower Market, Greenmarket Square, Company’s Gardens, Slave Lodge, SA Museum, National Art Gallery, Planitarium, Long Street’s quirky shops and cafes….too many places to mention!
Use your own car or hop in an Uber taxi to the other MUST-SEE sights including: Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Constantia Winelands and top up your tan on the local white sand beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton.
Don’t forget to make time for a day trip to the Cape Winelands and to Cape Point stopping at Boulders Beach penguins.
On your way use the mind-blowing Chapman’s Peak Drive for out of this world ocean and mountain views. You are going to love it here!
You have a dedicated parking bay and it’s easy to self-drive yourself around this compact city, especially if you have a Satnav.
The highway out of town is just around the corner and the Airport is a straightforward 30-minute drive.
The MyCiti bus (with an Airport shuttle) has stops all over the city and the open-top Sightseeing Bus departs from around the corner.
Thank you for considering Mutual Heights 810 for your stay in Cape Town. Book with Us for the lowest rates available online, guaranteed!