Area Attractions

Whether you’re eager to savor Cape Town’s food, wine and nightlife scene or revel in Mother Nature’s masterpiece with an abundance of outdoor attractions, Hyatt Regency Cape Town is the perfect jumping-off spot. Located steps from the Hop On-Hop Off bus route, easily navigate the must-see allures of the city. Centrally located in the vibrant Bo-Kaap neighborhood near the colorful Chiappini Street, the hotel places you in close proximity to the Castle of Good Hope, the Victoria and Alfred waterfront, Cape Quarter Village for shopping excursions, Atlas Spice Trading Centre for spices from the east and much more. Connect with the friendly and knowledgeable hotel team for their insider, must-see tips.

Hyatt Regency Cape Town

126 Buitengracht St
Cape Town, South Africa, 8000

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"We Believe that World Change Starts with Educated Children.® Driven by employee-giving and activity initiatives, Hyatt supports Room to Read, a non-profit organization for improving literacy and gender equality in education. Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in low-income communities by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Please find on the website link below the book we chose for your little ones in Sepedi language

Landmarks

Table Mountain

4,6 km
Take a cable car to the top one of the most famous mountains. The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company has been providing visitors with a world-class experience since October 4, 1929. The company operates in a National Park and World Heritage Site. The mountain’s magnetism has a way of drawing people in, compelling them to reach the summit. But getting to the top was not always the effortless trip it is today.

Clifton Beach

7 km
Clifton Fourth situated on the Camps Bay side is the biggest Clifton beach with amenities including toilet facilities, cold outdoor showers, umbrella and chair hire, roaming snacks and refreshments vendors and a restaurant at the small parking area.

Company Gardens View

0.9 km
The Company’s Garden is Cape Town’s green lung. This oasis right in the centre of the city is a favourite for both locals and tourists. The site is important historically, and is a thriving urban space where buskers strum guitars while office workers sun themselves over lunch hour.

Cape Town Stadium

2.4 km
The Cape Town Stadium is a football and rugby union stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, that was built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium is located in Green Point, between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean, close to the Cape Town city centre and to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, a popular tourist and shopping venue.

Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village

0.9 km
At the Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village, you can feel the heartbeat of the Mother City. Situated in the centre of the historic De Waterkant district in Cape Town, it offers an enticing selection of big retail brands, designer shops and trendy eateries.

Castle of Good Hope

1.5 km
The Castle of Good Hope, known locally as the Castle or Cape Town Castle, is a bastion fort built in the 17th century. Originally located on the coastline of Table Bay, the fort is now located inland, following land reclamation.

Shopping Areas

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

3.2 km
The V&A Waterfront is an iconic, mixed-use destination located in the oldest working harbour in the Southern Hemisphere. With Table Mountain as its backdrop, the 123-hectare neighbourhood sits within the beautiful city of Cape Town, welcoming millions of people from all over the continent and the rest of the world. The V&A Waterfront is a symbol of heritage and diversity, where people from all walks of life can play, live, shop, dine and work while immersed in the vibrant spirit and authentic local culture that exists in this bustling ecosystem.

Arts

South African National Gallery

1.6 km
South Africa's premier art museum houses outstanding collections of South African, African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art. Selections from the Permanent Collection regularly change to enable the museum to have a full programme of temporary exhibitions of paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture, beadwork, textiles and architecture. They provide insight into the extraordinary range of aesthetic production in this country, the African continent and further afield.

Iziko Old Town House Museum

0.1 km
This museum is one of the most exquisite little art museums in the country, both the collection and the building in which it is housed are of great aesthetic and historical importance. The early Cape Dutch building, one of the architectural gems of the ‘Mother City', houses a precious and internationally renowned collection of the artworks by 16th to 18th century Dutch and Flemish masters. Situated on Greenmarket Square in the heart of old Cape Town, the Old Town House was one of the first double-storey buildings when it was erected in 1755-1761 under the governorship of the popular Rijk Tulbagh. The Cape-silver trowel with which its first stone was laid by Baerendt Artois, member of the Court of Justice, is still on view in the Museum.

Markets

Oranjezicht City Farm Market

1.9 km
The Oranjezicht City Farm (OZCF) is a non-profit project celebrating local food, culture and community through urban farming in Cape Town. It is located next to the corner of Sidmouth Avenue and Upper Orange Street, Oranjezicht, adjacent to Homestead Park.

Restaurants

The Test Kitchen

Cape Town has been on the tourist radar for decades, but it was arguably Luke Dale Roberts who put her on the international fine-dining map back in 2010. In all four of his exceptional Cape Town venues, you’ll find intelligent, seasonal cooking that’s, most importantly, incredibly tasty. At the 40-seater TTK (as it’s known among insiders), your dinner starts in the Dark Room for an array of inventive snacks inspired by Luke’s travels around the world, and then moves to the Light Room, where you experience Luke’s bold, experimental and contemporary dishes with an optional wine-pairing. Once you’ve dined here, you’ll understand why it’s the only (South) African restaurant to be featured consistently in the The World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards.

Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia

When seven of the country’s top chefs rate a restaurant among the best in Cape Town, you pretty much know it’s the real deal. The eatery in question is Liam Tomlin’s Chefs Warehouse & Canteen on Bree Street, which now has four sister restaurants; namely, Thali, Chefs Warehouse at Maison (in Franschhoek), Chefs Warehouse Beau Constantia and Jewells at the Spice Route – bringing chef Liam’s tally of eateries to five. Chef Ivor Jones, who co-owns Beau Constantia with Liam, has concocted a delectable array of imaginative global tapas with flavours that will remain in your mind long after you’ve taken your last bite. Coupled with the stunning setting, chic interiors and panoramic vistas of the Constantia Valley, this is a dining experience you won’t soon forget.

Cape Town Stadium

2.6 km
Accessed by a long winding road set against the eastern slope of Table Mountain, The Cellars-Hohenort hotel is home to one of Cape Town’s timeless gems. As its name implies, Greenhouse is enclosed in a glass box to maximise its magnificent garden setting, with see-through panels overhead, creating the illusion of being outside. At the assured helm is head chef Farrel Hirsch who has created a series of inventive yet pared-back modern South African dishes.

Salsify

Overlooking an exquisite stretch of the Atlantic Ocean in a leafy pocket of Camps Bay, Salsify at The Roundhouse is co-owned by Luke Dale Roberts and 30-year-old Ryan Cole (who served as Luke’s head chef at The Test Kitchen). A nod to its ocean-facing setting – and Ryan’s father who was a professional fisherman – fish features prominently on the menu, skilfully and sensitively prepared. Each dish is a miniature wonder: refined, sustainable cooking at its unshowy best. The interiors, too, are impeccable: a judicious mix of edgy sophistication, with avant-garde art set against sumptuous fabrics and furnishings. And, as you’d expect, service is exemplary.