Hyatt Opens First Hyatt-Branded Hotel in Cape Town
Hyatt Hotels has expanded its portfolio in Africa with the opening of Hyatt Regency Cape Town, the first Hyatt-branded property in the “Mother City.”
Situated at the foot of the iconic Table Mountain, Hyatt Regency Cape Town represents Hyatt’s growing brand presence across Africa. It joins eight existing properties on the continent and is the second Hyatt hotel in South Africa.
Located in the bustling Bo-Kaap neighborhood, and only a few minutes from Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront and Robben Island Ferry, Hyatt Regency Cape Town delivers its brand promise to guests that are looking to experience South Africa’s rich and multicultural history.
The 137 guestrooms and suites at Hyatt Regency Cape Town each boast large floor-to-ceiling windows or a balcony as well as walk-in rain showers.
Designed intuitively and with all the essentials, guests can make the most of their time away with each room offering an expansive workspace, spacious desk, and complimentary wireless high-speed internet access.
Dining and Drinking
At 126 Cape Kitchen & Café, guests are taken on an unexpected culinary journey. Created with flavors from traditional South African, Cape Malay, and Asian cuisine, guests can enjoy a world-class dining experience.
An international breakfast buffet with a variety of delicious food and beverage ensures that guests start the day off right. Guests can also take in the breathtaking views of Signal Hill while unwinding and enjoying one of the signature drinks on the outside pool deck.
Meeting and Events
Hyatt Regency Cape Town features over 1,873 square feet of event space, 6 different meeting rooms, and 2 executive boardrooms that can accommodate up to 140 guests.
The state-of-the-art technology and audiovisual equipment paired with responsible and empathetic service allows guests at Hyatt Regency Cape Town to enjoy stress-free experiences.
Other hotels are planned in Africa including Hyatt Regency Nairobi in Kenya and Hyatt Regency Lagos Ikeja in Nigeria, set to open over the next three years.