The Presidents Hotel
the perfect start to Luxury African Holidays
The President Hotel features all the facilities and guest services expected of a luxury Urban Resort on African holidays while focusing on well-being and healthy living. Infinity pool with sundeck and loungers, spa, nail bar, restaurant and bar, plus a sun terrace for informal bites and stunning views. 24 hour reception and room service, plus laundry service ensure your needs are met.
Standard rooms - With 36 double rooms and 205 twin rooms, all of the President Hotel's modern rooms are unique and offer either a mountain or sea view, they do all have some features in common: Full English breakfast buffet, Electronic key card system, choice of queen bed or twin beds and En-suite bathroom. In-room amenities include Hairdryer, Shaver outlet (220 – 110 volt) and Bottled mineral water. Each room has Flat screen, wall mounted TV, satellite television channels and selected radio stations and individually controlled heating/cooling system
One and Two Bed Apartments - Perfectly suited for guests travelling with children. The one bedroom apartments can accommodate two adults and two children under seven years or two adults and one child under twelve years on a sofa bed. Cots are available on request.
Enjoy a relaxed and casual atmosphere at the Islands Restaurant whilst indulging in a variety of menu options to suit your palate and preferences. Whether it be buffet or à la carte or our blackboard specials of the day. The Islands Restaurant is renowned for the best buffet breakfast in Cape Town.
The Senate Bar offers an extensive drinks selection for everyone’s tastes, whether you’re in the mood for classic cocktails or artisanal coffees, you will always find something to sip whilst enjoying the endless ocean views.
Make the most of the hotel swimming pool or unwind in the spa. Soak up some beautiful South African sun on the terrace.
With historic Cape Town at your doorstep there is plenty to explore. Era defining architecture and culinary diversity, lively music and theatre are all within easy reach. Choose to explore the rugged natural beauty of Table Mountain National Park, the marine havens of the beaches and abundant flora of the botanical gardens. Cape Town’s wine routes and surrounding villages offer cultural insights to the people. Take a boat ride to Robben Island, Nelson Mandala’s notorious place of captivity or sample the cable car ride to the peak of Table Mountain.