- Sunsquare hotel is centrally located
- Sunsquare hotel is close to V&A Waterfront
- Sunsquare hotel boasts Table Mountain views
If you planning to visit Cape Town, make sure SunSquare hotel is your accommodation of choice. SunSquarre hotel Cape Town is situated in a cosmopolitan and vibrant suburb of The Gardens. This hotel was previously known as Garden Court de Waal, but with the name change came an upgrade of their facilities and the provision of excellent customer service. This is the ideal accommodation for individuals who want to be close to amenities and Cape Town CBD. The Cape Town International Convention Centre is also close by. While the Cape Town International Airport is approximately about 20 min away from the hotel. The ideal accommodation is where a small amount of time is spent travelling to and fro the airport. SunSquare Hotel has beautiful views of Table Mountain. SunSquare hotel is situated at the bottom of Table Mountain and the famous Long Street of Cape Town is not far off from the Hotel. If you decide that you want to experience the Cape Town buzz, then a quick drive to Long Street is a must. Booking before hand is a must as the hotel has only 136 rooms. The rooms are quite comfortable and have all the features that are known from Tsogo Sun Group.
SunSquare hotel is also close to:
Waterfront Mall is famously known for shopping, dining and entertainment. It is right next door or in better English neighbouring the Table Bay harbour. Shopping at this mall is beyond fantastic, you can find almost everything here if not everything. Major retailers and international brands are housed all under one roof. There is also cinema’s if you tired of shopping. Waterfront is far from being ordinary, this property houses the world famous Two Oceans Aquarium and it boasts two museums to mention few things to do here.
VOC Company Gardens
The Company Gardens was established in 1650’s by the Dutch East India Company with the purpose of providing vegetables and fruit for the colonists. An old pear plant that was planted back in those days is still found here. The garden was opened in 1848 for public use. Currently, this is still the oldest garden in South Africa. The atmosphere can be enjoyed by sitting on one of the benched, and enjoying the Table Mountain view and squirrels and birds going about their business. There is also some sightseeing to do on the property.
Table Mountain Cable Stations
The host of Cape Town welcomes you from a far. Doesn’t matter what form of transportation you are using, because Cape Town’s host the Table Mountain will welcome you. The Cable cart is a special activity that one has to do out at least once in their life time. You are able to see the top of Tale Mountain and Cap Town from a bird’s eye view. The beauty takes breaths of many away. Table mountain is actually one of the seven wonders of the world. Many tourist don’t leave Cape Town until they have seen their host from the top to the bottom.