Get to experience Cape Town with the keys to one of these apartments with a view.
Set right in the heart of Cape Town’s city bowl, these loft-style pads lavishly follow the trend towards apartment living. Their inspirational interiors, open floor plans, classic use of colour, and flair for the unusual, will have you drooling.
City Apartments in Cape Town You Won’t Want to Leave…
CAPE LOFT, Mutual Heights, Darling Street, CBD
The clever use of space, the light from the floor to ceiling feature windows, the retro feel to the furnishings, and the striking spiral staircase up to the loft bedroom, make this apartment a find.
There’s nothing self-conscious about its simple beauty, and the clever use of floating shelves, flat screen television, and only the essential furniture, gives the space an expansive openness that belies its floor area. Mutual Heights is one of few art deco buildings in Cape Town, with prismoid windows, and one of the longest carved stone friezes in the world.
Highlights: on site swimming pool, gym, periodic housekeeping, a parking garage and security
BUITENKLOOF STUDIO, Kloof Street, City Bowl
There is very little not to love about this converted loft studio with its exposed brick, open-plan design, big windows, and smooth floors. The carefully chosen retro furniture, industrial-style kitchen, and carefully selected work of art give it a cool, contemporary look that you’d expect from a Cape Town studio apartment.
It’s spacious, comfortable and easy living at its best. Best of all the large bench in the living area converts to two single beds, making the studio adaptable as well as centrally placed.
Highlights: the well applianced kitchen, access to historical parts of the city, 24-hour concierge and secure parking.
DADDY LONG LEGS SELF CATERING APARTMENTS, Long Street, City Bowl
Cute, colourful and fasionable you can’t go wrong with any of the five, vibrant and stylish self-catering and fully furnished apartments on Long Street.
Each of them mixes the old-world feel of Oregan pine floors with a modern dash of exposed brick, contemporary decor and urban chic. Those of the apartments on Long Street have French doors that open out, great for people watching. Although, if you’re noise-averse, you might want to take one of the apartments away from the street.
Highlights: reception doubles as a travel centre, popular restaurants just downstairs, access to one of the most vibey streets in Cape Town