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Eagle views, pool, gym, air-conditioning

Entire flat hosted by Scott
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bathroom
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This apartment has a great pool, gym and air-conditioning. You have eagle views of the entire city centre all the way to the harbour. The area of the east city has become the city centers food capital with Harrington street leading the charge. across the street is truth coffee shop which was rated the best coffee in the WORLD! You can jump on the red tourist bus from about 200m from your doorstep.

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open plan apartment on the 14th floor.

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What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Pool
TV
Lift
Hair dryer
Refrigerator
Microwave
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Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Fondly known as the ‘mother city’, Cape Town lies in the arms of Table Mountain, more often than not shrouded in cloud and one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks. The heart of Cape Town’s city, her centre, is one of the only major CBDs in South Africa, if not the world, that hasn’t experienced urban decay or major relocation of big business.

The centre of Cape Town has grown fantastically over the last few years and its mix of European and African cultures means it is a-buzz, day or night, with a heady mix of culture, nature and history and an eclectic mix of people. This is the business centre but it’s also a chance to experience South Africa’s past - the South African Museum, the Castle of Good Hope, Company Gardens, Government Avenue and other museums and galleries lining the centre of town.

Long Street is a quirky, bohemian mix of African curios, antique shops, book shops and a bevy of coffee shops, restaurants and bistros.

During peak season, market stalls line some of the avenues near Greenmarket Square and art exhibitions, some of them free of charge like the Michaelis Collection, mean you can spend hours here.

The city centre is compact and small enough to explore in a couple of days. Historical walks around town, like the Cape Spirit City Walk and the Footsteps to Freedom walk, will help you gain insight into the rich history that contributed to the mix of cultures unique to Cape Town, and nightlife in the city centre is awash with theatre and restaurants offering anything from African to European, fusion to traditional, Eastern to Western, and clubs and music venues.

Hosted by Scott

Joined in March 2016
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Proudly South African living in Cape Town. I love meeting new people and hearing the fascinating stories of the new friends I've made along the way as a host.
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  • Zahir
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Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check out: 10:00 am
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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