Cape Milner Hotel Highlights
- Close to all attractions
- Glass lounge and bar area
- Luxury Suites are all one would need
- A small gym area
- Views of Table Mountain from the swimming pool
- Surrounding restaurants and bars within walking distance
Cape Milner Information
- Lodge type; Hotel
- Location; Cape Town
- Lodge size; 57 rooms
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
Positioned at the base of the renowned Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's CBD (Central Business District). The Cape Milner hotel offers guests a luxury experience, at a good pricing point that is as central to all of Cape Town's attractions as one can get.
Within a five to ten-minute drive, one can access the V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain cable car, Camps Bay and Clifton as well as the famed Kirstenbosch gardens (traffic will have a bearing on these times).
Within a five to ten-minute walk, one also has numerous options when it comes to restaurants, bars and nightlife.
57 modern bedrooms feature impressive vistas, together with a combination of style, as well as modern-day conference amenities. 2 on Milner, the stylish bistro and just about all weather terraces, are amazing.
Rooms and Suites
The Hotel consists of fifty-seven bedrooms which includes two suites in addition to 10 luxury rooms (the remaining rooms are of the standard variety).
The contemporary minimalist design and décor of this Cape Town City Hotel has led to a boutique hotel for the young and chic twenty-first-century generation.
A few rooms enjoy magnificent views of the stunning Cape mountains, which includes that of the famous Table Mountain, why the other rooms are garden suites without views.
All offer en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi internet connectivity, free of charge tea/coffee making facilities, handheld remote control television, hairdryer and mini-safe not forgetting MNet and DSTV viewed on flat-screen TV's.
Visitors, also, have the additional benefit of 24-hour room service.
Cuisine and Wine
The Cape Milner hotel offers a high degree of service, and this also is the case when eating at restaurant '2 on Milner'.
For anyone searching for a taste of the good life, "2 on Milner", delivers a superb selection of both local as well as international cuisine. With attentive staff looking after guests' every need, "2 on Milner" could be the ideal getaway to finish a hectic day's sightseeing and exploring.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; a Terrace menu is additionally available. Visitors have got the added benefit of taking pre-dinner drinks at the Terrace Cocktail Bar.
A wide selection of restaurants are all within a few minutes walk or drive from the hotel, should one wish to dine out.
- Undercover and off-street parking
- 24-hour Reception services
- Babysitting facilities
- Complimentary courtesy shuttle service to the "CBD" and "Waterfront"
- Currency exchange facilities
- Disabled facilities
- In-House Gym
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connectivity
Cape Milner Hotel welcomes families with children of all ages, although it must be noted that other than babysitting options, there are no other child entertainment options.
Cape Milner Video
Rates from R2 620.00 per person
- Cape Milner Hotel Rates
- Per person per night sharing
- Rates are in South African Rands (ZAR)
- *Rates may vary according to season
- VAT at 15%
- Complimentary Wi-Fi (200mb per day)
- All other meals
- All drinks
- Travel insurance
- Items of a personal nature
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