One&Only Cape Town: a family-friendly
An urban oasis in the heart of one of Africa's most captivating
cities, a stay at the One&Only Cape Town is sure to fire the
imagination of even the most blasé teenager. The KidsOnly
children's club offers PlayStation and Nintendo Wii games, a movie
lounge and computer suite. In addition to a dedicated programme
which introduces younger guests to some of the city's high octane
thrills including dune sandboarding, Cool Runnings tobogganing,
rock climbing and indoor karting, the hotel can arrange surf and
paddle board lessons nearby. There are regular big screen movie
showings at the lively V&A Waterfront adjacent to the hotel. Or
teenagers can take advantage of bespoke treatments at the private
island spa which also offers a vitality pool, aromatherapy steam
room, sauna and ice fountain. Home to two of the city's most
renowned restaurants - Nobu and Reuben's - parents can indulge in a
spot of people-watching too.
Africa's only Nobu restaurant
One&Only Cape Town's cuisine sets it apart. Home to the only Nobu restaurant in Africa, guests can sample dishes created by local celebrity chef, Reuben Riffel, and enjoy wine tasting dinners presided over by one of the best sommeliers in the world, Luvo Ntezo.
African art and fashion
This oasis of cosmopolitan style in one of the world's most vibrant cities, boasts exceptional views to Signal Hill, Table Mountain and the harbour. Supporting African art and culture, in-house boutique, NEO, showcases a wide ranging collection sourced from Western and Southern Africa. Pieces from South Africa's Ndebele and Zulu tribes can be found alongside work from the Baka people of Cameroon and Gabon. Head into the newly opened Watershed on the V&A Waterfront to see creations by over 150 artists and artisans.