Des expériences mémorables vous attendent au Westin Cape Town. Profitez de chambres exclusives offrant une vue unique sur le front de mer V&A, Table Mountain et l’ensemble de la baie de la Table.

Chacune des 483 chambres et suites du Westin est élégamment aménagée et dotée des dernières commodités pour un confort total. Les lits emblématiques Heavenly Bed garantissent un sommeil réparateur pour un séjour productif.

Le Westin est un lieu de réunion, de conférence et de banquet sans égal avec 19 espaces uniques. Il offre certaines des installations de conférence et de banquet les plus importantes et les plus sophistiquées de la ville, ainsi qu’une connexion directe au CTICC.

Les services personnalisés de l’hôtel permettent à chaque invité de vivre une expérience mémorable sans effort. La diversité culinaire ravira également les invités grâce à une sélection de restaurants et de bars élégants, allant de notre Thirty7 Showkitchen au Westin Club, qui offre une vue panoramique au 19ème étage, ainsi que de la terrasse extérieure Louis B, du salon et du bar intérieur Raleigh.


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Veuillez visiter le site des affaires intérieures pour savoir si vous avez besoin d’un visa et des documents nécessaires pour obtenir un visa.

Contactez events pour demander une lettre d’invitation de visa. Les lettres ne seront fournies que sur la preuve d’inscription à la conférence et les frais d’inscription à l’événement doivent être payés en totalité.


Put on your most comfortable walking shoes

Walking is arguably the best way to see Cape Town, and the healthiest! Thankfully, many of the city’s cultural and tourist attractions are within walking distance of hotels in the CBD. You could easily walk from the Company’s Garden to Long Street, Bree or Kloof Street, but be warned, most Cape Town streets run uphill so you’ll need to be fairly fit if you want to see the city on foot. If you’re not feeling up for walking, the MyCiti bus system is an excellent way to travel between sites.

Taxis and Uber

Taxis are generally a safe and reliable way to get around Cape Town.  Uber is also easily available, so remember to get the app on your mobile.


Tourists to South Africa should be aware that:

  • The South African electricity supply is 220/230 volts AC 50 HZ.
  • Most plugs are 15 amp 3-prong or 5 amp 2-prong, with round pins. If an adaptor is called for, consider bringing one with you, although they can be purchased locally.
  • US-made appliances may need a transformer.
  • Most hotel rooms have 110 volt outlets for electric shavers and appliances

Tap water is drinkable

South Africa’s drinking water is among the best in the world and is safe for drinking and cooking. If you visit in summer, keep hydrated and wear a hat and sunblock when out in the sun.

Take the spice route.

The Cape Malays have created their own unique brand of cooking, one with influences that stretch from Amsterdam to New Delhi. The one common theme binding this culinary mash-up is the aggressive use of spices in most traditional dishes. Not so much heat, but warm, sweet and savory notes from spices like black mustard, cardamom and fenugreek, and blends like garam masala and curry powders. You can taste them in action at restaurants like Noon Gun or Biesmiellah, Bo Kaap staples serving up spice-driven dishes like bobotie and denning vleis. But the nerve center of the spice trade is the Atlas Trading Company, where the Ahmed family has been pushing seeds, powders, pods and for over five decades. Stop by and pick up their famous leaf masala, a pungent 12-spice blend that travels better than any souvenir you’ll find elsewhere in town.

Access to WiFi

Most hotels, guest houses, restaurants and tourist spots have WiFi readily available.

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