The sea-facing The President is located in scenic Bantry Bay, Cape Town, at the foot of Lions Head and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Suitable for both business and leisure travellers.
The President hotel provides an affordable option with a classy selection of accommodation, excellent facilities and quality dining, all with easy access to the abundant attractions of this modern city.
The President is in the affluent suburb of Bantry Bay in Cape Town is on the slopes of Lion's Head overlooking the scenic, rocky coastline of the Western Cape Province.
Bordered by the suburbs of Sea Point and Clifton, Bantry Bay is home to many private houses, villas and apartments and is a popular leisure holiday destination for travellers. Known to be the most wind-free area of the city, protected and secluded, Bantry Bay features many restaurants, bars, and shops while the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are nearby.
Accommodation is available in 349 rooms spread over several floors. Rooms provide views of either the ocean (108 rooms) or the nearby mountains (225 rooms) at the foot of which the hotel is located. The hotel offers Standard Rooms, One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments. The rooms include separate lounge areas.
The hotel has three large conference venues that can be merged to form one large banquet venue. The sites are equipped with excellent conferencing equipment and can be configured to accommodate a maximum of 100 delegates individually or 350 combined.
The ocean-facing hotel in Cape Town offers guests the opportunity to have in-room spa treatments, choosing from a selection of massage, beauty and wellness options.
Table Mountain: Undoubtedly the most well-known attraction in Cape Town, Table Mountain attracts many tourists who have been awed by the sight of this beautiful mountain, as it rises majestically over the beautiful city. It is named for the flat-topped summit and is occasionally ‘covered’ with a table-cloth of a cloud. On a bright day, it is an incredible experience to catch the cable car to the top and enjoy the spectacular views of the city and Bay stretching out beyond.
Entertainment and Shopping Centers: For travellers who enjoy Cape Town in South Africa has many entertainment and shopping centres. A short drive from the airport will bring you to the Grandwest Complex, where you can have a go on the machines and tables, or watch a show performed by an international star visiting the city. It also has a wide selection of restaurants, ranging from fast - food to fine-dining. There is also an ice rink and a huge games arcade.
Victoria & Alfred Waterfront: The V & A Waterfront has something for everyone, from exclusive shops to restaurants and hotels. Here you can drink cocktails while watching the comings and goings of this full of life harbour, watch the latest movie or be entertained by the different buskers that perform in the precinct. Nearby to the Waterfront, you will also find the Two Oceans Aquarium that gives visitors a captivating insight into the world beneath the waves.
If you’re looking for something more relaxing, Cape Town offers the Wineland and countryside. You might choose to join a fascinating Winelands tour, go for a hike in the stunning mountains or enjoy world-class spa treatments at one of many private estates.
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