The Table Bay Hotel has long been one of the glaring examples of fine hospitality among all African hotels. It has rightly been declared one of the best hotels in Africa earlier. As an yet another feather in the cap of Table Bay Hotel, the Sun International’s property has been declared as the fourth finest hotel of Africa yet again by the readers of Condé Nast Traveller.
Sherwin Banda the general manager of the hotel was gleaming when he said that all the support staff of the hotel has worked really hard to put forward this unique experience for the guests. It is their hard work that has brought about this unique mix which oozes traditional South African hospitality with the fine traditions of Sun International’s properties all over. The feedback received by the hotel is but a testament of all that hard work that went into bringing this unique experience.
The readers of Condé Nast Traveller rates the hotels and destinations of the world over a number of parameters. Food, location, design, rooms and service were all considered and the Table Bay Hotel received an overall rating of 91.9 enough to clinch the fourth spot.
Prior to this accolade the Luxury Travel Magazine had nominated the Table Bay Hotel as the Best Luxury Coastal Hotel in South Africa. Also a TripAdvisor certificate of excellence was awarded to them.
Condé Nast Traveller is one of the leading travel magazines the world over, with an estimated readership of over a million. Each year the readers and travellers who are the subscribers of this magazine pick the best from among a diverse list of destinations, resorts, cruises, hotels, islands and cities. Editor in chief Klara Glowczewska mentions that each year the destinations and the number of readers voting keeps increasing. This year 46,476 readers rated from among 370 hotels. This year vying for the spot were more than 1300 properties and destinations that truly represented the very best of the travel and hospitality world.
The Table Bay Hotel is a true epitome of Victorian architecture, steeped with the grace of elegance and luxury that is par excellence. It houses a collection of 329 spacious rooms and suites and boasts views of the majestic Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. It also boasts some of the finest in luxury in the form of a scenic spa, a spacious lounge and a conservatory.
The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town is the backdrop of the hotel and this makes it a great destination for both business and pleasure. With the finest in shopping, charming views and Oceanarium just a walk away, a user can not only enjoy a satisfactory shopping experience but also enjoy the Cape Town’s famous winelands, go for whale watching and or simply take off for a romantic coastal drive against the backdrop of a brilliant sunset.