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The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town`s V&A Waterfront

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The five-star Table Bay Hotel is located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. Smell the sea air, take in the sights and sounds and let this hotel envelope you in luxury. The best address in the Cape

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A: The Pool Deck at The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town V&A Waterfront

by FunkBox Imagineering, 90 meters away

With views to what seems like the end of the world, the pool at the five-star Table Bay Hotel in Cape...

The Pool Deck at The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town V&A Waterfront

B: The Table Bay Hotel Reception Area

by FunkBox Imagineering, 100 meters away

Step inside this luxurious The Table Bay Hotel a Sun International property and you'll realise why it...

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C: View of Table Mountain from The Table Bay Hotel Suite

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View of Table Mountain from The Table Bay Hotel Suite

D: The Table Bay Hotel - Oscar the Seal

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E: Table Bay Hotel

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F: Breakwater

by Lee Casalena, 280 meters away

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G: V&A Waterfront at night

by Lee Casalena, 350 meters away

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V&A Waterfront at night

H: Construction of the World's Largest Frying Pan

by Lee Casalena, 430 meters away

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Construction of the World's Largest Frying Pan

I: Ducati Cape Town

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J: Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town

by Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt, 500 meters away

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