Days 3-4:

After exploring southern Cape Town, we made our way to downtown Cape. We stayed at Cape Milner, a boutique modern hotel conveniently located close to the V&A Waterfront, Camps Bay and Table Mountain. From the pool you can see Table Mountain!

Cape Milner Dining Room

Cape Milner Dining Room

Cape Milner Lobby

Cape Milner Lobby

Cape Milner Retro Decor

Cape Milner Retro Decor

After check in, we decided to venture to out to Table Mountain. We took a cable car up, it rotates to give you a 360º view of Cape Town. Once off the cable car, the views were just breath taking. No matter where you stand there's a gorgeous view. TIP: Go at sundown!

Table Mountain
View of Downtown Cape Town

View of Downtown Cape Town

View of Camps Bay

View of Camps Bay

For dinner we ate at Bocca, an upscale Italian Pizzeria. I got a little thirsty and wanted to try out a bar, and went to Orphanage Cocktail Emporium. This is a hip bar with flaming (literally on fire) drinks and a DJ spinning euro electro tracks. 

The next day we explored downtown Cape Town. Check out the V&A Waterfront where there is a very large shopping center. The marina was beautiful with all the sailboats. I got a little hungry and was recommended to take in the views at Silo Hotel's rooftop restaurant. They have a yummy charcuterie and I even saw dolphins swimming around!

We overheard the couple next to us talk about how amazing Camps Bay was, so we scooted our way over there. The salt air smelled magnificent and the waves were insane! It was almost sundown, we stopped in at Zenzero for a fabulous glass of wine. For dinner we headed to Paranga for sushi and an Ostrich steak. Topped the night off at Umi for a chocolate dessert. (All 3 places are in the same building and owned by the same company. AMAZING)

Camps Bay

Camps Bay

Sundown view Camps Bay

Sundown view Camps Bay

Restaurants: Bocca, Orphanage Cocktail EmporiumSilo RooftopZenzero, Paranga

Accommodations: The Cape Milner

Activities: Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, Camps Bay 

Suggestions: Take an Uber. Even if it's a half mile, it's better to Uber than to walk! 

In collaboration with The Wild Collective