Enjoy tranquil luxury at one of Cape Town’s most distinguished boutique hotels, the Queen Victoria. Here, in a historic precinct near to the V&A Waterfront, classic elegance meets contemporary design. This five-star hotel’s prime location offers convenient access to outstanding amenities and a serene escape from the bustle.
The Queen Victoria Hotel has 32 rooms and three luxury suites, each one sophisticated, yet comfortable. This V&A Waterfront hotel has been tastefully decorated, bearing splashes of the royal shade, purple, customised wallpaper and artwork that alludes to the property’s location.
Guests are offered multiple dining options when staying at the Queen Victoria Hotel, including the hotel’s own gourmet establishment. Alternatively, guests can opt for wholesome dining at GINJA Restaurant, located at the nearby Victoria & Alfred Hotel, on the water’s edge.
Premium Mountain Facing Rooms
Similar to the Deluxe Rooms, the 17 Premium Mountain Facing Rooms are generously spacious, between 35 and 54 m², and include all the same amenities, but boast stunning views of Table Mountain, Lions Head or Cape Town’s harbour or both.
Junior Mountain Suite
Offering exceptional views of Table Mountain and the harbour, the exclusive Junior Mountain Suite is a superb option for a completely luxurious stay. This 63 m² suite similarly includes a range of luxurious amenities.
Just as luxurious as the Junior Mountain Suite, the Executive Suite offers lovely courtyard views and is an excellent choice for an opulent experience at the Queen Victoria Hotel. This 50 m² suite is likewise well appointed with a range of top-class amenities.
The crème de la crème 124 m² Presidential Suite offers breathtaking views of Table Mountain and the harbour. It has been designed to merge the flow of interior and exterior spaces to maximise these vistas. With an impressive range of amenities, you’ll have a completely regal experience
Queen Victoria Restaurant
Queen Victoria Restaurant offers its patrons an array of gourmet dining options, from luxurious breakfasts to more fine-dining dinners. Set in a plush dining area, with a fireplace, lounging facilities and an upmarket bar, guests can revel in the delights of this sophisticated establishment.
Just a short walk from Queen Victoria Hotel and Manor House, GINJA Restaurant is a stone’s throw from the water’s edge in the heart of the V&A Waterfront, the restaurant exudes a wonderful atmosphere, enhanced by its contemporary interior and superb views of Table Mountain.
Sanctuary Spa at the Waterfront
At Sanctuary Spa we pride ourselves on distinction. We have compiled a portfolio of exquisitely unique treatments that are the perfect combination of ancient and modern techniques.
Involving the arts of advanced massage techniques, we incorporate elements that enhance your entire being, promoting restoration on every level and captivating the senses, taking you on a journey of unparalleled relaxation and tranquillity.
Whale watching cruise with a marine biologist
The southern right whales that mate from June to December can be spotted up close, breaching, tail slapping and sky hopping. On this two-hour cruise, you have the chance to spot the southern right whales that mate in South African waters from June to December. You could also see Bryde’s whales, humpback whales, common dolphins and humpback dolphins.
The tour takes you past the 60 000-strong Cape fur seal colony, down the famous Shark Alley, where great-white sharks are likely to be seen, and to Dyer Island where the endangered African penguin can be spotted. The trip is led by a marine biologist who provides insight into the marine life and animals that live in South Africa’s waters and on its shores.