Sophomore Hyatt hotel opens in South Africa
Located at the foot of Table Mountain, the 137-room Hyatt Regency Cape Town is a welcome addition to the Rainbow Nation’s burgeoning hospitality scene.
With the launch of Hyatt Regency Cape Town, Hyatt now has eight properties across Africa – including two in South Africa. We find out more about its latest eye-catching development.
A convenient base in Cape Town
This attractive property, which caters for both business and leisure travellers, is situated in the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood, with convenient access to Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and Robben Island Ferry.
“We are extremely excited to welcome guests to the first Hyatt hotel in Cape Town,” said Asif Raza, general manager of Hyatt Regency Cape Town. “For business travellers, the hotel provides easy access to the financial district and Cape Town International Convention Centre, while its location in the colourful Bo-Kaap neighbourhood makes it a great base for leisure travellers too.
“The hotel’s tranquil ambiance and modern design will ensure a stress-free guest experience and we are proud that we can now offer the renowned Hyatt Regency service to visitors to South Africa in both Johannesburg and Cape Town.”
What to expect at Hyatt Regency Cape Town
Each of the hotel’s 137 well-appointed guest rooms benefit from generous floor-to-ceiling windows, which afford expansive views out over the city. The property also boasts its own signature eatery, 126 Cape Kitchen and Cafe, serving up local, regional and international fare, as well as a pool deck where guests can enjoy a cocktail or two while taking in the scenery of Signal Hill.
In addition, Hyatt Regency Cape Town has 174 sq m of flexible meeting and event space, with six meeting rooms and two boardrooms capable of accommodating up to 140 guests.