CONDÉ NAST READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS TOP 15 HOTELS IN AFRICAon November 19, 2012
The landmark Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town has been once again been recognised as one of the best hotels in Africa. Condé Nast Traveler readers rated Sun International’s Table Bay fourth in Africa in 2012.
The Table Bay hotel achieved an overall rating of 91.9 for food, location, design, rooms and service.
“We’re honoured to again be named one of the top hotels in Africa by Condé Nast Traveler readers,” said General Manager Sherwin Banda. “We have worked hard to deliver an original South African experience to our guests and this kind of feedback is a testament to our efforts.”
Condé Nast Traveler is one of the leading travel magazines in Great Britain and the US with an estimated readership of one million readers. Over 46,476 readers participated, rating 370 hotels. The results of the 2012 Readers’ Travel Awards will be published in the November issue of Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
Every year, the most discriminating travelers in the world (our readers) pick the world’s superlative hotels, resorts, airlines, cruise lines, islands, and cities,” said Editor in Chief Klara Glowczewska. “In its 25th incarnation this year, the Readers’ Choice Awards are vaster and more compelling than ever before, featuring more than 1,300 properties and places that are truly the cream of the crop.”
Also in 2012, Luxury Travel Magazine nominated The Table Bay Hotel as the Best Luxury Coastal Hotel in South Africa and The Table Bay Hotel was awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Grace, luxury and Victorian elegance characterise The Table Bay Hotel; from its legendary Victorian revival architecture, spacious 329 rooms and suites with views of Atlantic Ocean or towering Table Mountain, scenic spa, opulent lounge and Conservatory, all combine to offer guests a luxurious port-of-call.
Situated within the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, the Hotel is perfectly located for business and pleasure. Within walking distance are high fashion boutiques, galleries, an Oceanarium and countless charming quayside restaurants. It’s an ideal base from which to explore the Cape’s famous winelands, enjoy unforgettably beautiful coastal drives or go whale watching in Hermanus.