Super stylish - Ashanti Green Point offers an elegant alternative for travelers looking for quieter, more private accommodation in Cape Town. Green Point is celebrated for its vibrant nightlife, and borders the colorful suburb of Sea Point, with its myriad of shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as its beautiful promenade, a golden mile of seafront walkway and secluded beaches. Also within walking distance are the V&A Waterfront and iconic Cape Town Stadium, yet a short distance to the city centre itself.
Building on the unrivalled reputation and experience of Ashanti Gardens, the Green Point lodge shows the same attention to detail with superb facilities, outstanding service and excellent security. A variety of accommodation options are available, from backpacker dorms to private en-suite bedrooms; and all are equipped with fluffy white duvets, individual reading lights and personal safes. Private rooms also have plasma screen televisions with satellite.
An inviting swimming pool, comfortable lounge/ TV room and friendly bar are some of the relaxing communal areas on offer. Breakfast can be served if you so desire, but a fully equipped kitchen is available for self-catering. Don't forget about our free pancakes for breakfast!
You can even make use of the barbeque if you fancy cooking in a more South African style.
Our reception/travel desk is there to make all aspects of your stay more enjoyable, from finding out what is happening in Cape Town to booking day excursions, adventure activities and overland safaris. Our professionalism and local knowledge ensures you the holiday of a lifetime!
No Children under the age of 16 years in dormitories.
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