Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Update on the stylish Taj Hotel in Cape Town– what makes it such a unique property?

Spread across two heritage buildings, the Taj Cape Town retains the original marble pillars, vaulted ceilings, glass domes and architectural elements of the legendary Temple Chambers and the South African Reserve Bank Building. Its new Tower dramatically rises above the city skyline. While the Heritage rooms are classically designed and are located within the historic structure of the hotel, all the Tower Rooms have floor to ceiling glass facades and private balconies, from where guests can enjoy splendid views of Parliament buildings, the city or Table Mountain. The hotel offers a total of 166 rooms and suites.

Location: In the historic heart of the city, offering guests an authentic Cape Town Experience, including its rich history and heritage, culture, atmosphere, people, food and vibe, on their doorstep.

Authenticity:  Experience the real Cape Town away from the hustle and bustle of the V&A Waterfront.

History & Heritage on their doorstep: Within walking distance of some of South Africa’s most significant landmarks, including  The Slave Museum, House of Parliament, Company Gardens, St. Georges Cathedral, St Georges Mall and the Ou Kerk (the Old Church).

Close to Attractions: Variety of monuments and museums within walking distance.

Endless Entertainment: Some of the best sidewalk cafes, bars, coffee shops, restaurants and vibrant nightlife are all within walking distance.

Food & Wine: Considered the food capital of South Africa, Cape Town has an abundance of dining options, many within walking distance of the Taj Cape Town.

Shopping: Walking distance from Long Street, Loop Street, Kloof Street and a variety of clothing boutiques, shops and antique stores. The V&A Waterfront shopping centre is a 20 minutes’ walk or a complimentary shuttle ride away.

Art Galleries: Within walking distance of over a dozen of the city’s most recognized and renowned art galleries.

Conference facilities: The hotel offers a world-class conference centre. There are eight meeting rooms, the largest of which is able to comfortably host a banquet for 110 guests.

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