One & Only Cape Town

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The One&Only Cape Town is an urban chic waterfront resort with captivating views of Table Mountain and the private Spa Island.

One & Only Cape Town

The One&Only Cape Town is an urban chic waterfront resort with captivating views of Table Mountain and the private Spa Island. Tropical and secluded, One&Only Cape Town is be an oasis of elegance amidst one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities. Offering a contemporary African flair in the heart of Cape Town's fashionable Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

One&Only Cape Town offers 91 spacious rooms and suites situated in the seven-storey Marina Tower, and 40 Island rooms and suites located on two lushly landscaped islands at the centre of the waterfront. Each of the 131 spacious rooms and suites offer oversized bathrooms with large egg-shaped stone tub and roomy showers. All accommodation features an in-room multimedia entertainment system with satellite flat screen television and DVD/CD player, MP3 docking station and complimentary Wi-Fi access.

Dining at One&Only Cape Town is a delight with two exceptional restaurants on site. Local celebrity chef Reuben Riffel recently opened Reuben's, thrilling Capetonians and resort guests alike. Africa's first 'Nobu' restaurant, Nobu by Nobuyuki Matsuhisa with World-class master chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa's innovative blend of classically styled Japanese cuisine incorporating fresh South African seafood and indigenous spices. Additionally there is an informal restaurant, Isola located on one of the private islands, serving Mediterranean cuisine. 

Leisure facilities include a 350 square metre free-form, infinity edge pool, fitness centre and Spa Island, located on its private island in the waterway. The Spa Island is a spacious 1400 square metre serene haven encompassing 11 treatment rooms, scenic relaxation room, sauna and steam rooms, vitality pools and full service salon including pedicures and manicures by Bastien Gonzalez.


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