On a peninsula beneath the massive Table Mountain, on South Africa’s southwest coast, is the port city of Cape Town. Broad views of the city, the bustling harbor, and boats headed for Robben Island, the infamous prison where Nelson Mandela was briefly imprisoned and is now a living museum, are available from the flat summit of the mountain, which is reached by slowly rotating cable cars.
An appealing hotel, painted pink for peace in 1918, is located at the base of Table Mountain. Magic from a bygone period is waiting for you inside. Enjoy the beautifully refurbished interiors’ unique modern touches. Attend a painting session to capture the light, or relax and indulge at the Librisa Spa. And they promise a truly memorable stay.
Mount Nelson has 198 rooms and suites. A dining restaurant, bar, chef’s table, Oasis Bistro. They serve afternoon tea, garden picnics, and a harvest table.
They also have the following features:
- Librisa Spa
- Two pools
- Tennis court
- Padel court
- Children’s centre
- Nine-acre garden
- Historic tours
- Classic car excursions
- Yoga in the gardens
- … and so much more.
Mount Nelson is 20km from Cape Town International Airport.
By staying at this renowned resort, you can follow in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela, John Lennon, and Winston Churchill.
Step outside onto the balcony of your deluxe suite and sip a signature beverage while you enjoy the sunshine.
You may reach your charming Victorian cottage by walking along a lane dotted with rose bushes.
Numerous wonderful details can be found inside. It’s easy to picture four-poster beds, Venetian mirrors, and cozy fireplaces amid Mount Nelson‘s historic accommodations.