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The CBD is the heartbeat of every major city and it is no different for Cape Town. If you really want to get underneath the skin of the Mother City, you need to start here

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November 19 2017

Woodstock is one of the oldest suburbs in Cape Town and it is also one of the hippest. An incredible mix of diversity and cultures combine to make the neighbourhood a vibrant, bustling blend of food, fashion, arts, and design. Woodstock is a place to be seen and heard, favoured by locals for good reason. WHERE TO EAT AND MAKE…

November 19 2017

Bree Street might currently be the hippest street in Cape Town, but before Bree was even a twinkle in the eye of Cape Town’s artisan business movement Kloof Street was already full of trendy bars and eateries. If Bree is the fresh new face on the block then Kloof is the OG…

November 19 2017

The vibrant area of the Bo-Kaap, formerly known as the Malay Quarter, is the oldest residential area in Cape Town. With its brilliantly coloured homes and cobbled streets, it’s also one of the most photographed areas in the Mother City. See why locals love this neighbourhood so much in our Neighbourhood Guide:   Where to eat Bo-Kaap Kombuis Renowned for…

November 19 2017

There’s an unofficial competition to determine the coolest street in Cape Town. It used to be all about Long Street with its bar and club scene. Then Kloof Street took over with concept stores, restaurants, and an ultra-trendy hairdresser. Now, Bree Street has stormed its way to the top of the podium and crushed the competition with an old-school…

November 19 2017

From funky design stores and eclectic book lounges to burgers in a backyard and decadent cocktails, the Cape Town city centre is often where the magic happens. Here we unpack the Love Cape Town City Centre video. The Dog’s Bollocks It was one of the city’s best-kept secrets for a while, with only a select few (hipsters, trendsetters and…

As a premium Cape Town hotel, the Cape Sun offers some of the best conference facilities in the Mother City. The classy and elegant venues can comfortably host anything from 10 to 650 delegates in state-of- the-art facilities.

Found in amongst the marinas and boutiques of the incredible and world-renowned V&A Waterfront, the Tsogo Sun Waterfront has high quality conference facilities in Cape Town. Groups can range from between 10 and 60 delegates with two rooms available.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, this luxury Cape Town hotel is found in the quiet suburb of Gardens beneath the spectacular Table Mountain. With space to host up to 120 delegates, it serves as the ideal Cape Town event venue for workshops, seminars and conferences.

Moments away from the CBD and a quick 15-minute drive from the airport, Garden Court Nelson Mandela's Harbour View Restaurant serves as the ideal location for locals and travellers alike seeking a delightful, contemporary dining experience.

With a subtle influence of Cape Malay cuisine, Peach Tree stands as a true taste of upmarket Cape Town cooking. It’s found in the style and sophistication of the Cullinan Hotel, an iconic landmark in the Foreshore of the Mother City.

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