Cape Cadogan Boutique Hotel

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The Cape Cadogan, a National Monument was always an iconic building in Gardens; moving from a domestic dwelling it had been converted to offices and occupied by a communications company for 25 years when it came on the market in 2003 and was bought be Aine and Brian Clancy. They were committed to ensuring the iconic status and integrity of the building was maintained. During 2003/2004 they led the conversion of the building into the Cape Cadogan; a concept that would allow guests from across the world the opportunity to live a very different hotel experience. The Cape Cadogan opened its doors to its first guests in February 2004 and has since hosted in excess of 8,000 guests.

In 2006 Robert & Britt More met Brian & Aine by a fateful coincidence and after much discussion and sharing of ideals and vision for the property they decided to partner in the ownership of this unique hotel. Together they are constantly looking to improve and enhance the guest experience and work very closely with the Hotel operations team ably led by the General Manager, Andy Paterson. The concept for Cape Cadogan was to deliver an environment designed not to simply operate a hotel but one that delivered the ultimate guest experience with their needs always being in the ascendency.


Contact Details


  • No. 5 Upper Union Street
  • Gardens
  • Cape Town
  • 8001


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