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Serviced Apartments Cape-Town

South Africa is a beautiful country and it has many different exciting things in store for holidaymakers based on which part of the country they choose to stay in. If you are planning to stay in Cape Town, you are sure to have an amazing time hopping around the adventurous and urban attractions. The city offers convenient accommodation facilities in the best neighbourhoods at a reasonable price. You can also enjoy your holidays away from the luxurious overland and go to safari attractions like the Kruger National Park and the Karoo Desert. People from across the globe visit this part of South Africa with their loved ones and have a great time exploring the city. More and more people are opting for serviced apartments because they are comfortable and give a homely vibe. Either Studio Cape Town serviced apartments or 1BHK, 2 BHK, 3 BHK, 4 and even 5 BHK homes are fully equipped. This accommodation facility is the most sort after which makes guests choose this over hotel rooms. Therefore, the demand for furnished apartments in Cape Town is increasing day by day.

Top Cape Town serviced apartments

 

These serviced apartments come with a wide range of features such as private access, fully equipped kitchens, room cleaning services and a concierge. Some other facilities include high-speed Wi-Fi connection, flat-screen televisions, safety and other entertainment features. These full-furnished apartments are a highly convenient and practical alternative for both long and short term trips to Cape Town. People can choose to stay at self-catering accommodation on Cape Town waterfront and other major neighbourhoods. 

 

Benefits of Serviced Apartments

Self-catering apartments in Cape Town are swiftly gaining popularity amongst holidaymakers. They are more in demand because of the combination of convenience and comfort along with contemporary facilities and amenities. Cape Town self-catering, along with the features of serviced apartments is way better than traditional rental accommodation. They are more popular among travellers because of their legal and contractual aspects that neatly cover the maintenance charges, deposits, bills, and agency feels along with accessories and furnishings. They are complete packages available at a reasonable price. 

Serviced apartments in Cape Town are closely situated in major neighbourhoods that are well-connected with major transport facilities. These apartments make commuting easy and convenient because of the metro or underground stations; bus stops and key thoroughfares close by. Major business and corporate hubs have easy access to the neighbourhoods along with having several tourist attractions. Some apartments also have additional amenities such as gymnasiums and swimming pools as per the availability. 

These self-catering apartments also offer their guests a safe and homely environment along with 24*7 assistance and support.

 

Corporate Housing in Cape Town

Cape Town self-catering apartments also offer amazing deals for business travellersCorporate Housing in Cape Town is an ideal alternative for relaxation needs. After spending a hectic day at work, travellers can sit back and relax in their plush apartments that offer spacious living areas, flat-screen televisions, comfortable beds, fully-equipped kitchens, and high-speed Wi-Fi. 

 

Short Term Rentals Cape Town 

The short term rentals in Cape Town are a perfect option for those who want plush and comfortable accommodation for both the short and long term. These serviced apartments offer luxuriously furnished, spacious, and well-equipped units for travellers. The apartments offer high-speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, a well-equipped kitchen and other several facilities. 

 

Holiday Apartments in Cape Town

Cape Town is filled with numerous holiday apartments that offer ample space, practicality, and convenience for both families and travellers. The serviced apartments are well-connected and have major tourist attractions along with public transportation facilities.  

 

Where to Stay in Cape Town?

Cape Town has several major neighbourhoods that offer serviced apartments for both short and long term. Some of the major neighbourhoods include Newlands, Claremont, Bellville, Durbanville, Hout Bay, West Coast, Constantia, Tokia, Gardens, Woodstock, Clifton, False Bay, and more.  

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Facts About Cape Town

Cape Town is famous for its Floristic Region and major landmarks like Cape Point and Table Town. The city is culturally diverse and has a mix of cultures, people, and cuisines. It is also the Capital City and has many interesting things that attract travellers from across the world:

  1. The locals of the city, Capetonians affectionately call it the “Mother City”. It was the first metropolis in the country and was the first to start a refuelling station for the ships that were Eastbound. 
  2. The city also witnessed the first heart transplant in the world on 3rd December 1967. Christian Barnard was a surgeon who successfully performed heart surgery on a South African grocer- Lewis Washkansy aged 53-years old.  
  3. The Mother City Queer Project is the largest dressing theme party that is hosted in Cape Town, South Africa. It is held annually every December and attracts thousands of people from across the world. 
  4. In 2014, the city was awarded as being the “Best Place to Go”. 
  5. Robben Island is famous for holding political prisoners along with housing leprosy patients, and chronically and mentally ill people. Nelson Mandela was one of the famous personalities to be held captive on the island for 27 years. The Island was also used for training the British soldiers in World War II.
  6. The two rare Black-footed Penguins and the Jackass Penguin are only found on the coast of Cape Town.

 

Cost of Living in Cape Town

The average living cost of an individual in Cape Town is around $1017. The city is also ranked the 2nd best city to live in, in the world. The overall cost of living mainly depends on the type of accommodation, renting space, neighbourhood, and other facilities that an individual wish to invest in.

Tips for Visiting Cape Town

Here are some tips that will come in handy if you are visiting Cape Town: 

  1. You must try to remain close to the centre of the city. Beautiful scenic locations like Blouberg, Big Bay, and the Winelands may attract you towards them but it is relatively quite difficult to get there by public transport. People who have vehicles can easily commute to different locations. 
  2. Make sure which tourist places are available for free and which landmarks are expensive to hand out.
  3. You must not fight the weather and go with the flow.
  4. It is a safe city but you must remain alert.
  5. If you wish to dine or hang out at certain popular restaurants then you must make a booking. It might get very crowded during peak seasons. 
  6. Avoid visiting the city during the peak season as it will be crowded and more expensive than usual.

 

Things to Do in Cape Town 

Cape Town has numerous fun activities and attractions on offer. Here’s taking a look at some of them. 

Q. What are popular things to do in Cape Town?
Popular things to do in Cape Town include a visit to Robben Island, visit Table Mountain, a paragliding flight from the Lion's Head, taking a tour of Bo Kaap, and others.

Q. What are some free things to do in Cape Town? 

Some free things to do in Cape Town include Parliament Tours, Simon's Town, visit the Centre for the Book where you can enjoy readings of both poetry and literature, and go to the Shimansky – a diamond specialist for free tours of the workshop, and visit greenmarket square. 

Q. Does Cape Town have many romantic attractions? 

Romantic attractions in Cape Town include Llandudno, Long Beach, Noordhoek Beach, Clifton Beaches, Chapman’s Peak Scenic Drive, Table Mountain Aerial Cableway and more.  

Q. What are family-friendly things to do in Cape Town? 

Family-friendly things to do in Cape Town include visiting Chapman's Peak Drive, Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, Vergelegen Estate, Cape Point Nature Reserve, Signal Hill, Kogelberg Nature Reserve, Two Oceans Aquarium, Bay Harbour Market, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South African Naval Museum, Camp’s Bay Beach and more. 

Q. What are unusual things to do in Cape Town? 

Unusual things to do in Cape Town include exploring local Shebeen, eating at Mzoli’s, watching the sunset at Tide Pools, hiking to the Abandoned zoo, etc.

 

Places to Visit in Cape Town 

Some of the top places to visit in Cape Town include the following: 

  1. Table Mountain- This landmark is one of the most prominent tourist attractions that overlook the city. The level plateau is approximately 3 kilometres that form impressive cliffs. 
  2. Franschhoek Wine Trame- It takes travellers on a trip around the most distinguished and oldest wine estates. These are open-air and open-sided tram-bus that help you leave behind your stress.
  3. Zeitz MOCAA- MOCAA stands for Museum of Contemporary Art Africa and is one of the largest museums in South Africa. It has more than 100 gallery spaces and spans over nine floors.
  4. Blue Flag Beaches- The city has the most Blue Flag Beaches in the country. 
  5. The Cool Running Toboggan Family Park is a toboggan track in South Africa. The toboggan track is made up of stainless steel.
  6. The Castle of Good Hope- It is a famous landmark and is one of the oldest colonial buildings in the country. 

 

Places to Eat in Cape Town                              

Top restaurants in Cape Town include the Lelapa Restaurant, Reverie Social Table, Mzansi, Whole Earth Café, Chef’s Warehouse Beau Constantia, Homespun, Osteria Tarantino, La Colombe, Miller’s Thumb, Greenhouse Restaurant and more.

 

Street Food in Cape Town 

Street food in Cape Town comprises several top joints including the Mondial, The GrillFather, The Street Kitchen, Vagabond Kitchens, Firefly, Call-A-Pizza, Malek Travel Café on the Go, Nuri Sushi Factory, and others.

 

Shopping in Cape Town

Key shopping destinations in Cape Town include the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the Old Biscuit Mill, Greenmarket Square, Kalk Bay, Cape Quarter, the Watershed, the Woodstock Exchange, Long Street, Canal Walk, and Gardens Shopping Centre, and others.

 

Transportation in Cape Town

Cape Town has both incredible wealth and poverty. The cost of living will depend on your mode of transportation and the accommodation type. The city boasts a wide range of transport network that suits every individual’s budget for tourists and locals. People can use public transport facilities like trains and buses, Uber, metered taxis, and informal minibuses. Travellers can also opt for bicycles to go around the city.

Weather in Cape Town

Cape Town is known as the summer paradise having sunny days and balmy temperatures. It has a Mediterranean type of climate with dry summers and rainy winters. One of the popular summertime activities in Cape Town is kite-surfing. The ideal time to visit the city is summer and autumn for both international and national visitors. The temperatures remain comfortable and below 17° C to 25° C in March.