The Area - Green Point

Green Point Accommodation close to Cape Town Stadium

Recently revamped, Green Point is a hotspot for locals and tourists who are seeking entertainment close to Cape Town's CBD and the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Different types of short-term holiday accommodation are always on the menu as students, Capetonians and tourists are on the hunt for the perfect place to stay for their vacation.

 

We have a selection of different 1, 2 and 3 bedroom holiday apartments available for short-term rentals. All our apartments are fully furnished, self catering and have been graded 4 star by the South African Tourism Grading Council.


While staying in Green Point there's number of attractions to enjoy. If you don't have a car, you can choose from buses, taxis or the newly implemented Myciti BRT buses to get around.

 

 

Table Mountain:

Enjoy the views from the rotating Cable Car up or even hike up one of the many trails to the iconic flat-topped Table Mountain. When you get to the top, you can enjoy a delicious meal at the Table Mountain Cafe and buy some curios at the gift shop.

 

This is definitely the best landmark in all of Cape Town and can be seen from more than 50 kilometres away. When visiting Cape Town or Green Point, Table mountain and the cable car is a must do.

 

 

City Centre:

Cape Town City Centre has the real fun factor with just a short trip to Long Street. There are a variety of popular clubs, bars and eateries to choose from as you make your way up and down Long Street. You have a choice of theatres, clubs and flea markets to visit in Cape Town while you stay in one of our Green Point self catering accommodation apartments. A delightful experience you shouldn't miss.

 

 

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront:

The V & A Waterfront is one of Cape Town's biggest tourist attractions with stylish boutiques, restaurants, cafes, street entertainment, and live shows at the Waterfront Amphitheatre. The area is also home to the Scratch Patch where one can find gorgeous semi precious stones.

 

 

Robben Island:

As an unforgettable part of South Africa's History, Robben Island is just a short ferry trip away. Initially a leper colony in the 1800's, it was used to hold political prisoners during the Apartheid regime, including national hero and former president Nelson Mandela.