Enjoy a convenient stay in Cape Town’s city centre at InnsCape on Castle Hotel

InnsCape on Castle Hotel Cape Town accommodation

InnsCape on Castle Hotel, Cape Town, Western Cape

Situated in the heart of Cape Town’s city centre, you will find the InnsCape on Castle Hotel. Nestled in the quiet Castle Street, InnsCape on Castle offers luxury accommodation just a short walk away from the Greenmarket Square and the ever popular Long Street.

The hotel itself is situated in a heritage building that dates back to the art deco era. The interior has been renovated with the latest décor and amenities to meet the needs of the modern day traveller.

The hotel is ideally located, with the Cape Town International Conference Centre, V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain and the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens just a short trip away.

Accommodation at InnsCape on Castle Hotel

InnsCape on Castle Hotel, accommodation, Cape Town, Western Cape

There are four different rooms available at the InnsCape on Castle Hotel; four Executive Rooms, 12 Luxury Executive Rooms, two Luxury Suites and the Penthouse Suite.

The Executive Rooms can accommodate up to two people per room and comes with air-conditioning, an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, a double bed and the finest amenities for your comfort.

The 12 Luxury Executive Rooms can accommodate a maximum of two people per room. They come equipped with air-conditioning, an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, a double-bed and all modern amenities.

In the Luxury Suites, you will find air-conditioning, an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, a double bed or two single beds and all amenities you could possibly need. The suites can accommodate a maximum of two people per room.

For a room with a view, you can enjoy a stay in the luxury Penthouse. The room comes with a loft style ceiling, an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, a double bed and a balcony with a view that overlooks the city of Cape Town.

Dining at InnsCape on Castle Hotel

On the ground floor of the hotel, you will find the InnsCafe. Here you can enjoy a delicious breakfast every morning with a freshly brewed coffee, juice or tea. You can also enjoy a light lunch in the afternoons and snacks during the day.

The café has free charging stations available so you won’t have to worry about running out of battery for work or fun. The Café also offers free Wi-Fi access for their guests.

Top reasons for visiting InnsCape on Castle Hotel:

  1. The hotel is ideally located in the city centre of Cape Town, providing easy access to all the popular locations during your stay.
  2. The rooms are luxuriously decorated as well as spacious and neat.
  3. The hotel’s café creates delicious gourmet food that you can enjoy from breakfast to lunch and dinner. The free charge stations add a touch of convenience for business travellers as well.
  4. The hotel is situated in a heritage building which adds a sense of culture to your experience.
  5. The service provided by management and the staff is friendly and helpful.

To find out more about InnsCape on Castle Hotel, give them a call on 021 815 9600 or email info@innscapeoncastle.com. Visit their website at www.innscapeoncastle.com. Find them at 53 Castle St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000. 

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