Where to Stay

From Cape Town Hotels, to luxury five-star villas, to affordable backpackers lodges, you can find tha best accommodations right here in Cape Town. Whatever lodging you choose, you will be within close proximity of many popular attractions and activities in Cape Town and the surrounding areas.

Where to go

Need some ideas? Try these population locations to meet your unique vacation and travel needs:

Attraction Where to stay
Want some glamourous nights on the beaches Atlantic Seaboard
For family oriented beaches Constantia Valley, or False Bay coastline, including Fish Hoek or Simon’s Town
Looking for a place near restaurants, shopping and nightlife activities City Centre
For a more rustic getaway, but still conveniently located Hout Bay
For relaxation and the pleasures of wine country Stellenbosch and Franschhoek

Peak Seasons
As with any travel, pricing will vary quite a bit depending on when you plan to travel and where. In Cape Town, December through February is the busiest for both local and foreign travellers. Book well in advance for travel over the Easter holiday also, to avoid missing out on the best Cape Town has to offer.

Try booking during the months of April through September for the lowest rates. Cape Towns Winter months, (known affectionately as the green seaon) offers a wide range of lower priced accommodation. The winter months do get slightly chilly, but don’t be suprised to find first class beach days in between.

See the table below for a quick look at what Cape Town has to offer you on any budget

On a Budget
First Class & Luxury
False Bay coastline Camps Bay
Bantry Bay
City Centre and Waterfront area

You might also try some of the smaller guesthouses, B&Bs and boutique hotels offered in a variety of localities for elegant charm at an affordable price.

For more information & rates, visit our Cape Town Accommodation page