Muizenberg Beach Huts

Cape Town Chronicles

Need a Cape Town Itinerary? Let me help you plan your trip to Cape with some inspiration and ideas from my trip detailed below! Cape Town was a whirlwind and was so much fun. There is so much to do, see, and explore. Your adventure awaits…….

The Hotel

The Westin

Our stay at The Westin in Cape Town was absolutely incredible! I plan on staying there again and would recommend it to everyone. The hospitality at this location was amazing and Jason (the manager) made us feel so welcome. Not only did he give us a tour of the whole property upon checking in but he also followed up numerous times to make sure we were enjoying ourselves. All of the staff, including the valet were so friendly and kind. One of the valet staff by the name of Michael was so friendly and engaging that even when our car pulled up we still wanted to continue conversation. The food in their Executive Lounge on the 19th floor was also a great delight. They offer free breakfast, hor d’oeuvres, and drinks during happy hour for Marriott Platinum Members and for guests who book privileges with room rate. The lounge features 360 views of Cape Town and was a great start to our day. The hotel also features a sauna, steam room, and infinity pool on the 19th floor as well that gives you access to impeccable views as well.

The hotel is in a good location and also apart of the Convention Center. I think it is an extremely ideal location for all of the activities and excursions you might do in Cape Town and the surrounding areas. 

The room itself was an Executive Level suite with waterfront views. It was large and completely updated. It had an incredible view of the waterfront and was extremely comfortable, including the bed. As a pregnant woman, I give this room ultimate comfort level points. I am incredibly picky about hotel rooms, how updated they are, how nice the shower is, comfortability of bed, space, heat and water pressure of the shower, so this mean ALOT! Again, I say this room had my seal of ultimate approval! 

Overall, this stay at The Westin was a 10/10. I would like to give a special thanks to Jason for making it such a memorable experience for us. 

Executive Lounge Breakfast
Gorgeous pool with views on all side of the Mother City

 

The Food! 

Test Kitchen: Noted as one of the best restaurants in Cape Town and the world. I would advise booking months ahead of time as reservations fill quickly.

FoxCroft: Dinner at the FoxCroft was the best meal we had in Cape Town. Cape Town is truly a culinary destination so that is saying quite a bit. From the food to the service it was a great experience. 

Had antelope for the first time!

Kloof Street House: This restaurant is highly rated and while the design and aesthetics are incredibly inviting, the food left something to be desired in comparison to all of our other meals in Cape Town.

Kloof Street Outside Entrance – May sit indoors or outdoors

High tea at the Belmond Mount Nelson hotel: Afternoon tea at the Mount Belmont Hotel is the best high tea experience the Mother City has! The service, the tea, the food, and the live piano music were a perfect treat!

Azure Restaurant: Azure is a contemporary restaurant inside of the famous Twelve Apostles Hotels that sits atop a cliff and overlooks the ocean. The location and experience was incredible.

 

The Action! 

Table Mountain

V&A Water Front, Robben Island tour

Old Biscuit Mill Market on a Saturday

Other Must Do Excursions and Activities:

  • Helicopter Tour
  • Boulder Beach Penguin Colony
  • Signal Hill Sunset
  • Beaches! Go take the infamous Musizenberg a Beach Hut Photo
  • Shark Diving

If you have more time to spend on your adventure in South Africa check out https://jordanaroundtheglobe.com/2019/02/19/kruger-national-park/  for an excursion in Kruger National Park and https://jordanaroundtheglobe.com/2019/02/19/panorama-route/ for more on the incredible Panorama Route ! 

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