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Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel

Mount Nelson, a Belmond Hotel, is a lush oasis perfectly positioned in the heart of Cape Town. The iconic pink hotel has a rich heritage that is woven into the fabric of the city, and has been welcoming visitors since 1899.

Seven separate historic wings make up the 198 roomed property sprawling over eight acres of flowering gardens, ancient trees and rolling lawns, offering magnificent views of Table Mountain, Lion's Head and Devil’s Peak.

The hotel offers two large heated swimming pools, two floodlit tennis courts and a resident tennis coach, a children’s play centre with professional childminders and a glorious spa along with personal trainers and yoga classes.

Guided by the renowned Executive Chef George Jardine, the hotel presents a delightful array of dining experiences. The Verandah Menu, curated by Chef Jardine and refreshed every two weeks to reflect the seasons, stands as a must-try for dinner. For an intimate dining affair, the Chef’s Table invites you into the heart of the kitchen to witness its culinary magic. Indulge in a beloved Cape Town tradition by partaking in the iconic Afternoon Tea at the Lounge, a cherished item on both locals' and visitors' must-do lists. Embrace leisurely mornings with daily breakfast and lively Sunday Jazz Brunches at the Oasis poolside bistro. Bask in the warmth of summer with al fresco dining at the Harvest Table and garden picnics. As the sun sets, transition into the evening by enjoying a cocktail at the vibrant Planet Bar, followed by a refined dinner at the exquisite pan-Asian restaurant, The Red Room by Chef's Warehouse.

Take one step out of the Prince of Wales gates and you will discover the city's top cultural attractions within walking distance; step out from the Kloof Street gate and you will find the place where Capetonians live and play, a street lined with bars, restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries and so much more. A mere ten minutes drive takes you to Cape Town’s famous white sandy beaches and just twenty minutes drive to the Cape’s oldest award-winning Wineland estates.

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