Rate starting from R1100 to R3000 per night
Rates vary depending on the season, number of guests, length of stay
Rates include housekeeping, DSTV, Wi-Fi
Green Point Apartment Ref CR511
1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom (sleeps 2)
This stylish 1 bedroom corner unit has partial views of the Waterfront and Signal Hill. Located on the 5th floor of Cape Royale this corner unit is spacious and has several Juliette balconies offering plenty of natural light in the living and bedroom areas. Side views of Signal Hill and the Waterfront. Fully equipped and well appointed with air-conditioner.
The open plan kitchen is fully integrated with granite tops, has built-in appliances (washing machine, dishwasher, oven and hob). The bedroom is separate with Juliette balconies, built in cupboards and en-suite bathroom with shower and granite tops.
There is a communal pool and entertainment area/bar on roof deck with panoramic views of the harbour, stadium and mountain. 24 hours security and hotel concierge service. The apartment has an allocated secure parking bay.
Located n Main Road, Green Point on the MyCity bus route, this is the ideal base to explore Cape Town. Within walking distance to shops, restaurants, Cape Quarter and the V & A Waterfront.
About the Building
Cape Royale is a 5 Star Hotel Residence offering Deluxe one-Bedroom Suites, Superior Two Bedroom Suites and Executive Three-Bedroom Suites. Each designer Suite features contemporary decor, luxurious fabrics, fine textures and carefully selected artwork to create an ambiance of elegance and understated opulence.
About the Area
Green Point is a neighbourhood of Cape Town, South Africa located to the north west of the central business district. It is a popular residential area for young professionals and for the Cape Town gay and lesbian community, incorporating the gay village of De Waterkant. Many new mid-rise apartment and mixed-use developments have gone up in recent years. Somerset Road forms the main thoroughfare lined by numerous restaurants, cafÃ©s, boutiques and nightclubs.
The Cape Town Stadium was constructed on Green Point Common for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Numerous infrastructural developments were made, with the upgrade to Helen Suzman Boulevard and the new Granger Bay Boulevard being constructed, along with a massive investment in creating an urban park around the stadium.
Updated on May 30, 2018 at 5:43 pm