Kensington Place standard rooms start from R 940 per person sharing per night.

If you fancy exploring South Africa in style, why not stay at Kensington Place, one of the coolest boutique hotels around. Cape Town International is the nearest airport.

Though in leafy suburbia, our luxury hotel is well placed for the city centre of Cape Town. Attractions include a wide variety of restaurants, Robben Island and its beautiful beaches.

Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, in the quiet, leafy suburb of Higgovale, you are close to the hottest spots, yet perfectly removed.

Sink into the total comfort of meticulously designed suites defined by a blend of luscious textures and contemporary detail.

Lounge alongside a sparkling plunge pool or enjoy sumptuous outdoor dining set in the tranquil seclusion of a lush, distinctively landscaped garden.

Our luxury hotel offers spectacular views of Table Mountain and is close to the National Park. The rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated in the most contemporary style.


  • Twin / King size bed
  • Audio Visual facilities including iPod docking
  • Electric safe
  • Laptop and Skype phone
  • 24-Hour security
  • Bar and dining room
  • Lounge with fireplace
  • Complimentary broadband
  • internet access and Wi-Fi
  • DVD and music library
  • Complimentary gym membership
  • Pamper sessions arranged
  • Sports activities arranged
  • Day-trips and transfers arranged
  • Off-street parking

The coolest bolthole in the Cape…this place is a real find not because the setting is so great, in front of Table Mountain with views over town towards the Atlantic – but because of the techno injection…The bar is sexy as hell, and the hand picked furniture is fabulous. This is the perfect small city hotel.” – TATLER ‘Best City Boutique Hotel 2007’

Don’t just take Tatler Magazine’s word for it; the reviewers are certainly not mincing their words when they say this is the coolest luxury hotel in South Africa. It is among the coolest and most sparkly boutique hotels anywhere in the world.