Discover Cape Town through its culture, history, art and design. Behold a landscape of juxtapositions: art deco and heritage buildings meet mirrored contemporary skyscrapers. Cape Town boasts a treasure trove of art galleries, natural history institutions and the like. One of the highlights is the annual Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts; these outdoor live music concerts feature renowned South African acts in one of the world’s most spectacular botanic gardens.
The Cellars-Hohenort is recognised as one of the finest gardens in Cape Town. Guests can enjoy the 9 acres of garden at their leisure. A must is the camphor walk through the 300 year old Camphor trees, some of the oldest trees in Cape Town. The Rose garden when in full bloom is a sight not to be missed. Two prominent roses seen in the garden are the Liz McGrath and Relais & Chateaux 60th Anniversary roses. For avid botanical garden lovers, the hotel is close to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden.
Constantia is the oldest wine-producing region in the southern hemisphere with a history of winemaking since 1685. The Constantia Valley wine route consists of 10 wine farms, each with their own unique heritage and premium wines. The Constantia Valley stretches up the south-east slopes of the Table Mountain National Park and is just a 10-minute drive from Cape Town’s city centre. Visitors are able to enjoy wine tasting and cellar tours at the various wine farms and buy directly from the estates.