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Towering high above Cape Town, the new Silo Hotel gives guests the opportunity to spend the night in a historic and culturally significant structure while enjoying all the luxuries of an exclusive resort.
The “Mother City” of Cape Town is known for its vibrant food and wine scene, diverse cultures, and stunning landscapes – all of which are showcased in the Silo Hotel. Constructed in the grain elevator portion of the silo complex, the hotel comprises 28 rooms individually designed by Liz Biden to highlight the unique architecture of the structure.
Guests will be able to indulge in spa treatments, enjoy a view of Table Mountain while sipping an afternoon tea, swim in a glass pool, or relax on the roof with a glass of champagne – or, head out to see all that Cape Town has to offer before returning to your private room to watch the sunset over the harbour.
The Silo Hotel will be opening in September 2017, along with the adjacent Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa – a modern art museum located just below the silo. Private tours will be offered for guests of the hotel.
From top, Magnificent views of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and Signal Hill from Silo Hotel’s Delux Suite; Willaston Bar’s colourful & eclectic interiors