The history of hostels in Cape Town goes back quite a ways. Hostels offer lodging for those on a tight budget as well as those who are not interested in making a big deal about where they rest their heads at night. Students, backpackers and those whose main priority is to see the world are known to stay at hostels.
It is not every day that you settle for a hostel, but with the advent of urbanization and new entrants in the hospitality industry, there are high level hostels that you could unwittingly fall in love with. You can enjoy tropical gardens and other elements of nature at cape town hostels as well as pools and beds for great prices.
Cape Town is synonymous with glorious beaches and soaring mountains. This thriving city boasts of hundreds of hostels worth staying at. Built on 20 — 22 Roodebloem Road (Woodstock), is the famed hostel Cape Town Deco Lodge.
Other notable hostels:
These accommodations are ideal for business travelers and not only boast good food and stylish interiors but also great facilities, such as swimming pools.
It is common to hear people say South Africa is the “best destination” for travelers. Many have stepped foot into the leisure destination called Cape Town and fallen in love. For many experienced travelers looking to close business deals or branch networks across the border, this town remain first on the list. Cape Town is secure enough that businesses thrive. It is not just known for its physical security but also security of information and technology.
In addition, you can also enjoy the rare combination of history and contemporary architecture at SaltyCrax, Lee Bay, Villa Simona, Morningside Cottage, Harbour View and Camps Bay just to mention a few. These are exotic venues that offer great rates, food, accommodation and easy booking.