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Cape Town’s dra­matic back­drop sets the scene for this lux­ury abode

Opened in 1997 by Nel­son Man­dela, Sun In­ter­na­tional’s The Ta­ble Bay ho­tel, a unique place in lux­ury travel as well as South African his­tory, finds you en­joy­ing an un­matched lo­cal, au­then­tic ex­pe­ri­ence along the Vic­to­ria & Al­fred Wa­ter­front in Cape Town. Panoramic views of the har­bour, Ta­ble Moun­tain and the At­lantic also of­fer ter­rific prox­im­ity to the city’s down­town with just north of 300 lav­ish rooms and suites, a scenic pool, a spa and a hand­ful of gor­geous venues for your spe­cial cel­e­bra­tion. There’s no end to the charm here, whether ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the Camelot Univer­sal Sig­na­ture Hot Stone Mas­sage call­ing up the best of Kahuna, Ba­li­nese and In­dian head mas­sage to a ruby mar­tini served in the Union Bar, to the golden statue ded­i­cated to the leg­end of Os­car the Cape Fur Seal and his un­usual friend­ship with a lonely fish­er­man. En­joy craft beer pro­duced by Dar­ling Brew­ery ex­cel­lent for the heat of South African days and nights, the per­fect pair­ing with fresh shell­fish and fish. Af­ter your lat­est ad­ven­ture at the end of the world, en­joy the old-world so­phis­ti­ca­tion of high tea in the Lounge where the cen­turies-old tra­di­tion finds you en­joy­ing in­dige­nous flavours amidst one of the world’s most dra­matic back­drops. sun­in­ter­na­tional.com/ta­ble-bay

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