South Africa Travel

Staying at the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel in Cape Town


During my recent two week Western Cape trip, The Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel was one of my many homes. Upon arriving I was greeted by a very warm and welcoming staff who helped me check in and I was shown to my room to retire after my strenuous travels.

The room was spacious and had all the modern amenities you’d expect from a 5 star hotel fluffy robe, slippers, TV with DSTv and WiFi ). A little welcome gesture of biltong and nuts was delivered to our room after we checked in, which was a homely touch.

There was a large sofa which is very comfortable and artwork from local artists on the walls. Tucked away in the cabinet is a espresso machine and tea kettle with a great assortment of coffee and tea that I definitely took advantage of while getting some work done.

From my room I had an amazing view of beautiful waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the private marina with a heated pool.

Sadly, I only stayed for one night before it was on to the next. This means that I only had dinner and I was in a rush in the morning so I didn’t have breakfast which was sad.

Overall, what I loved most was the amazing design and architecture, the service which was what you would expect in such an establishment.

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