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Victoria & Alfred Hotel


History and modern luxury merge to create ageless beauty at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel, which was built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse. This iconic establishment was named after Queen Victoria and her son, Prince Alfred who played an intrinsic role in the establishment of the Breakwater Basin, now the V&A Waterfront.

The hotel is located in the very heart of this internationally acclaimed destination and is a sophisticated retreat amid the buzz. It offers some of the most enviable views of Cape Town Harbour, Table Mountain and the slick city that stretches out at the foot of this Natural Wonder.

Timeless elegance and personalised luxury are found at the award-winning Victoria & Alfred Hotel.


Why we like it

Excellent location right in the middle of the buzzing V&A Waterfront

We love the breakfast with views of Table Mountain & the Marina

Many options of restaurants right on your doorstep

Only a few minutes from the Robben Island ferry, Two Oceans Aquarium, Zeitz Museum and many other points of interest



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V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa

+-  0 Minutes to V&A Waterfront
+-10 Minutes to City Centre
+-20 Minutes to Table Mountain
+-20 Minutes to Camps Bay/Clifton Beaches
+-40 Minutes to Kirstenbosch
+-90 Minutes to Cape Point