Most Popular Self-Catering Apartments For Rent in Cape Town Right Now
“Everything was perfect from check in to check out. It was better than I expected. 10/10 for this place (Icon Apartments).”
Old meets new in our historic docklands. Enjoy views of the working harbour in this modern residential development. A few minutes stroll to the CTICC and the CBD.
The glamorous Dockside Apartments in bohemian New De Waterkant precinct on suave & trendy Cape Town City Centre’s fringe, are 6 storeys high, in brand-new boutique design building, with fantastic panoramic views of Table Mountain, city skyline, Table Bay Harbour & sea views.
Comfort, access and modern elegance define this property. Harbour Bridge Luxury Apartments are located close to the V&A Waterfront, CTICC and the CBD.
Situated in the trendy De Waterkant area, Harbouredge is ideally positioned between the City Centre and the Waterfront. Close to beaches, shopping centres, restaurant, landmarks and other sights in the CBD and Atlantic Seaboard areas.
Located in Cape Town’s energetic business district, without losing out on relaxation and privacy. Icon has a sun terrace with a pool, fitness centre and awesome balcony views of the city and mountain.
Located in Century City’s most dynamic precinct. World class shopping, restaurants, and just 10 minutes from Cape Town CBD.Surrounded by gyms, spas, beautiful canals, running and walking trails.
Situated in the trendy precinct of De Waterkant, Metropolis is inspired by New York loft-style living, and combines the appeal of inner city living with absolute practicality and supreme design.
Just minutes from a myriad of outdoor and boating activities, and only five minutes from the leading shopping centres, golf, cultural pursuits and a wealth of eating opportunities.
Quayside Suites has a total of 22 apartments with a choice of one or two bedrooms. Each suite is spaciously laid out, décor is modern, furnishings are beautiful and the finishes lavish.
Located in Cape Town’s trendy De Waterkant Village in Greenpoint,Inspired by Downtown Manhattan’s buildings of the early 1900s, the hotel’s raw-brick facade sets a fascinating contrast to its ultra-modern interiors.