The Commodore Hotel

They name Cape Town the Fairest Cape among all – a town having a vibrant historical past and exhilarating natural beauty. Probably the most spectacular view of all is the panorama of Table Mountain since it cradles the town and falls its toes on the Atlantic Ocean.


Visitors into the Commodore Hotel will discover themselves surrounded within this postcard picture. The accommodation is situated in the V & A Waterfront – one of the most famous tourism developments on earth – and offers limitless views of South Africa’s Mother City.



The Commodore is large enough to support 236 rooms, along with its guests’ needs for personal space and comfort. The 198 Superior Rooms all are embellished to some nautical theme – a few exhibit the dynamism of the harbour, some others the quiescence of Table Mountain.commodore

On the 27 business class rooms, you’ll also be loaded with a modem line to let you keep your finger on the pulse of your respective business. The Ten first class suites feature a large living room, a dining room and also have a city view. Next, for something really remarkable, you have the choice of the exclusive Imperial Suite.


All of rooms include individual aircon, tv, coffee and tea making facilities, restroom with bathtub, shower as well as toilet, immediate dial phones, electric shaver plugs, hairdryers, Television with DStv as well as 24-hour room service. The service ethic is among the highest efficiency, enabling you to leave all things to them and slow down into the languid pace of the Mother City.




• City Park Medical center and Doctor and dentist available
• Non-smoking floors
• Paraplegic rooms
• Protected parking
• 24 / 7 security
• Valet service
• Rental car and driver services
• Fast laundry and Dry cleaning
• Travel desk
• Arrival / departure area
• Porter service
• Childcare and cots
• Business service

Address: Portwood Square, Portswood Rd, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002, South Africa
Telephone:+27 21 415 1000


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