Radisson Blu Waterfront is a modern and somewhat trendy hotel which stands at the edge of the Atlantic, just a few minutes walk from the Waterfront. Stylish décor, spacious rooms with magnificent sea views, luxurious furnishings and professional service combine with a relaxed and casual ambience to make this five-star hotel an excellent choice for your stay in Cape Town.
There are 182 well-equipped rooms which divide into mountain and sea-facing. The sea-facing rooms are more spacious and are known as Business Class rooms. They can easily accommodate an extra bed, and there are also some two-bedroom units which are ideal for families. Free broadband and wireless internet access is available in all the rooms. Non-smoking rooms are available on request and there are rooms for people with disabilities.
Tobago’s, the main restaurant, serves global cuisine and is consistently rated one of Cape Town’s best. Food is taken seriously here and the menu changes frequently. The hotel has its own private marina, a swimming pool and a beauty salon. Various events and exhibitions are staged throughout the year.
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