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Overview

Mount Nelson is very much a part of the fabric of Cape Town’s cultural landscape, the iconic Pink Lady is itself a landmark and only one of the coolest and most glamorous hotels in all of Cape Town. Rooms and suites at this luxury resort and spa typify understated luxury and provide a peaceful haven from the resort’s beautiful and vibrant surroundings. The hotel boasts an excellent range of dining options with its talented chefs devising delicious and innovative dishes. Mount Nelson’s stylish essence is epitomised at Cottage Pool, a secluded spot in the hotel’s gardens where a self-assured sense of self and sprightful countenance are de rigueur. The resort is certainly not superficial though, the Librisa Spa, tennis courts, Moose hair salon and children’s club are just some of the facilities on offer at this fabulous hotel.

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Cape Town Retreat

Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel

Cape Town, South Africa

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Cape Town Retreat

  • Part of the fabric of Cape Town’s cultural landscape
  • Ultra-cool and glamorous hotel in the heart of Cape Town
  • Breathtaking surrounding views

7 night stay

From £3,939 per person

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 198 rooms
  • 2 restaurants and bars
  • 2 pools

Experiences

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Cape Town International Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 11 hours 30 minutes from London

Time difference

GMT +2

Climate

From October through to April, there can be high rainfall in Kruger which results in beautiful, lush green landscapes and amazing birdwatching but can make game viewing a little trickier due to the dense vegetation. As you enter the dry season from May, water sources dry up bringing out the wildlife and May through September are the best months for safari with August and September generally being peak time. Summer Safari’s (our winter) can also be a great time to go though as morning drives are not as chilly and during the day you can make the most of the pools at your reserve, late November/December is also when a lot of the young animals are born. Temperatures will be fairly warm during the day and chilly through the night and early morning. May is also a great time to visit KwaZulu Natal and ideal for visiting the Drakensberg mountains or for a beach stay in the region. As mentioned earlier, whale watching is at its best from July through November, and November is still off peak.