One&Only Cape Town
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Luxury hotel, a walk to the V&A waterfront, Hot spot Sep 09, 2012
One & Only Capetown is an absoultely gorgeous place right next to the V&A waterfront. A beauitful location with a total mixture of people - young, old, races / cross cultures.
Restaurants, cafes are right round the corner overlooking the waterfront ranging from burgers to fine wine and dining.
The luxury resort hotel has suberp restaurants within - I especially enjoyed Reubens and Nobu.
The mall is within walking distance right by the waterfront too. There are shops to fit every budget, quiet, not rowdy.
Basically there is everything at your fingertips where the resort hotel is located & fiits every budget.
By the waterfront they also do have live entertainment - traditional dancers etc, waterfront river taxirides, helicopter rides.
The hotel is conveniently located to a little hub - the waterfront where you can shop, eat, and play.
One & only is a bit pricey $150 and above but I got a superdeal on expedia.com $55 .. they have them every once in a while.
Everyone was extremely helpful.
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One&Only Cape Town Overview
The One&Only Cape Town, South Africa's premiere urban chic resort introduces an unprecedented level of luxury and style to one of the world's most fascinating cities. With its spectacular location in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and its stunning views of the iconic Table Mountain, the resort is a destination unto itself. The V&A Waterfront is the most sought after leisure and business destination in Cape Town with the One&Only having the premier hotel and resort location within the Waterfront. As the first luxury hotel to open in Cape Town in nearly a decade, the resort is designed to celebrate the city's wine, art, design and spirit, balancing contemporary glamour with an authentic South African style. Come and discover the award-winning hallmarks of One&Only Resorts around the world: a genuine hospitality, luxurious accommodation, lively energy, and the promise of unique and enriching experiences. One&Only Cape Town has two leading branded restaurants; Reuben’s with South Africa award winning celebrity chef, Reuben Riffle and Nobu, the highly respected and acclaimed Global Japanese, Michelin star restaurant, recently recognized by American Express as one of the top ten restaurant in South Africa. The sublime calm of the city's most expansive and sophisticated One&Only Spa offers an indulgent escape with twelve elegant luxurious treatment rooms, located on it's own private tropical island, while NEO boutique debuts an enviable collection of designer fashions, some available for the first time in South Africa. The fitness centre features an array of state-of-the art equipment including exclusive Kinesis fitness equipment and yoga classes that will appeal to all levels of fitness. The resort's 350-square-metre free-form , heated infinity-edge pool, the largest in infinity pool in South Africa features private sitting areas with double chaise lounges ideal for sunbathing or relaxing under shaded pavilions with it's own Pool side restaurant, Isola. The unique KidsOnly Club extend a gracious welcome to families with activities ranging from fully supervised programs, arts and crafts, movies and video games, a computer area with the latest technology and a secure garden area. The resort is offering a vast variety of complimentary services such as, High Speed Wi-Fi connectivity, complimentary usage of KidsOnly, welcome cocktail, fruits in the room, usage of Spa Facilities, Fitness centre including Yoga classes, Pilates Classes, and many more. One&Only Cape Town has recently won No. 1 Top City Hotel in Africa and the Middle East as well as No. 14 in the Top 100 World’s Best Hotels in Travel + Leisure’s 2012 World’s Best Awards. Cape Town was voted No.4 in the Top 10 Cities. Business hours of reception:
Every day: from 00:00 to 00:00
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