One&Only Cape Town offers curated experiences and unprecedented access to the city
Consistently voted as one of the best travel destinations in the world, and most recent winner of the 2018 Travel+Leisure World’s Best Award for #1 Best City in Africa and the Middle East, Cape Town is alluring to every type of traveller. Whether a …
One&Only Cape Town introduces brand new guest experiences
From panoramic views of Table Mountain to sensational culinary experiences and laidback poolside glamour, One&Only Cape Town is the ultimate destination, offering an oasis of tranquillity away from the bustle of the city. New for 2018, One&Only Cape …
One&Only Cape Town's three new awards strengthens its position as the leading resort in South Africa
One&Only Cape Town is the proud recipient of three new awards. The resort was recognized as South Africa’s leading Hotel at the World Travel Awards. Cape Town was given the award as the best destination in South Africa, but it was One&Only Cape Town …
2017 Brides Honeymoon Awards: The Top 10 Resorts in Africa and the Middle Eastopens in new window
1. One&Only Cape Town, South Africa It’s no coincidence that well-traveled couples choose to start (or end) their South Africa safari with a few days at this sprawling 133-room resort. First, there are the panoramic views of Table Mountain—that majestic 3,558-foot plateau overlooking the city. Then there’s the location, on the Victoria & Albert Waterfront, with hip shopping hubs like the Watershed and cultural musts like the new Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. And let’s not forget the spa, set on its own private island.
Meet Star Sommelier Luvo Ntezo, of One&Only Cape Town opens in new window
One&Only Cape Town—a plush resort in the heart of the South African city—has much to boast about: its Table Mountain views, private-island spa and gourmet eateries, including Africa’s only Nobu. But the property’s greatest asset might be a particular employee: feted head sommelier Luvo Ntezo. The accolades under his belt are impressive—South Africa's 2008 Young Sommelier of the Year, fourth-best Young Sommelier in the world—but they’re that much more impressive given his background: a child of South Africa’s townships, Ntezo, 35, worked his way from dishwasher to worldwide wine sensation, with his own label slated to launch in 2019.