The Commodore Hotel is a five-star luxury establishment located on Cape Town’s beautiful Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. They call Cape Town the Fairest Cape of all – a city with a vivid historical past and rousing natural splendor. Perhaps the most magnificent sight of all is the panorama of Table Mountain as it cradles the city and dips its toes in the Atlantic Ocean. The city was named for the famous phrase ‘Cape of Good Hope’, being recognized as such when explorer Bartholomew Diaz first set eyes upon wondrous Table Mountain.
Blessed with a gorgeous natural setting and a lively mlange of cultures, modern day Cape Town reveals the myriad influences of the cultures and communities that have made the city what it is today—the Khoisan and other native African tribes, and a mix of Dutch, French, British, German, and Indonesian settlers. A visitor to the Commodore Hotel will find himself enveloped inside this postcard picture.
The hotel is located in the V & A Waterfront one of the most popular tourism developments in the world – and offers limitless views of South Africa’s Mother City. Each of the Commodore’s 236 spacious and luxuriously appointed rooms and suites is meticulously decorated in a nautical style, and each is fully equipped with all the amenities modern travelers have come to expect. The hotel’s Clipper Restaurant specializes in freshly-prepared seafood dishes, and guests can enjoy a meal with a panoramic view on the hotel’s delightful terrace.
After a long day of meetings or sightseeing, why not socialize with friends over a well-made cocktail at the Commodore’s convivial bar? For business travelers, a fully-equipped meeting center is prepared to handle all of your conference needs. The hotel’s discreet and attentive staff is always on hand to make your stay worry-free and unforgettable. The Commodore offers luxury accommodations and impeccable service in a location second-to-none, and is only minutes from fine dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. ***This property may charge a 1% tax as a tourism levy.