The Victoria & Alfred Hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of the Waterfront and offers spectacular views of the working harbour
and Table Mountain. Walk in the utmost safety to some of the finest retail outlets from designer stores to restaurants, craft markets, cinemas,
boat cruises to Robben Island and entertainment in the amphitheatre. Built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse and converted into a luxury
hotel in 1990, the V&A Hotel is named in honour of the Queen of England and her son who visited the Cape in 1870 when Prince Alfred
officially opened the Breakwater Basin – today’s Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

Framed by the ocean and Table Mountain, the elegance and luxury of the Victoria & Alfred Hotel is rivaled only by its relaxed atmosphere and warm
personal service. With 94 spacious creatively-styled well-appointed bedrooms on three floors. It’s the detail that gives the Victoria & Alfred Hotel its elegance, intimacy,
romance and reputationRooms are either Mountain or Piazza facing and are priced accordingly and
all have a range of extra features with the latest technology for the business
or leisure traveller.

Mountain Facing Rooms
The Mountain Facing Rooms offer inspiring views over the ever awake Alfred Basin and majestic Table Mountain.
The hotel offers a total of 16 rooms in this category.
Average room size = 38m2

Piazza Facing Rooms
Views of the vivacious Piazza are experienced from the Superior Piazza Facing
Rooms. Enjoy the vibrancy of the waterfront culture with buskers and dancers
who bring indigenous music to life…
The hotel offers a total of 28 rooms in this category.
Average room size = 38m2

Specialising in seafood, OYO Restaurant and cocktail bar is both a visual and culinary delight as each table overlooks the working harbour and majestic
Table Mountain. OYO Cocktail Bar’s minimalist design and décor, glazed walk-in wine cellar with tasting by appointment and inviting seating, maximize the grandeur of
the setting and its dramatic views