general information



Image result for commodore hotel cape townThe Commodore Hotel
Contact Details:
Tel: +27 21 415 1000
Fax: +27 21 415 1100
Physical Address:
Portswood Rd, V&A Waterfront,
Cape Town, 8002
Rates: R2473B/B
Distance: 5 minutes’ walk

Image result for commodore hotel cape townThe Portswood Hotel
Contact Details:
Tel: +27 21 418 3281
Fax: +27 21 419 7570
Physical Address:
Portswood Square, Portswood Rd,
V & A Waterfront, Cape Town
Rates: R2030B/B
Distance: 5 minutes’ walk

Image result for commodore hotel cape townProtea Hotel by Marriott Cape Town Waterfront Breakwater Lodge
Contact Details:
Tel: +27 21 406 1911
Fax: +27 21 4061070
Physical Address:
Portswood Road, V & A Waterfront  Cape Town 
8001 South Africa 
Rates: R2345B/B
Distance: opposite the hospital

Image result for commodore hotel cape townCity Lodge Hotel Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Contact Details:
Tel: +27 21 419 9450
Fax: +27 21 419 0460
Physical Address:
Corner Dock and Alfred Roads
Cape Town
Rates: R1710B/B
Distance: 30 minutes’ walk


Local Transport
My Shuttle is a transport and tour company that can offer airport transfers as well as pre-post tours.

Contact details:
Tell no: 0878028524/+27 21 953 1914
Mobile: +27 60 919 0401

Airport transfer: R340 (one way – from airport to hotel)


Safety has become an important issue throughout the world. The Tourism Safety Task Group of South Africa has compiled the following tips for tourists who come to the country:

At a hotel:

In the street:

In a car:

In general we advise people to carry a reliable map with them at all times and to keep a certified copy of passports and other important documentation such as flight tickets in a safe place such as a bank or hotel's safety deposit box.

Leave your valuables at home, your luggage may be opened and your valuables missing from your bags when you collect your luggage from the check out area.

If you are hiring a car and intend driving from the airport be sure you know the exact route you should take so that you need not stop to ask for directions making yourself vulnerable and an easy hijack target.

Avoid walking in deserted areas on your own during the day and particularly at night.

South Africa is not the only country where the above list applies, it applies to many destinations and innocent tourists are caught up in unpleasant situations because they are not vigilant and do not apply wisdom because they are “on holiday” and in a carefree mood.

Please also avoid giving money to beggars; you are more likely to lose your whole wallet in this type of situation. Poverty breeds crime!


Please visit the website  for more information on Cape Town as well as the attractions available in our city.


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