Cape Town Tourism News

Breaking Travel News investigates: Taj Cape Town, South Africa

Breaking Travel News investigates: Taj Cape Town, South Africa

25 January 2017 Focus

Sophisticated and historic, Taj Cape Town offers visitors to this vibrant city, the perfect combination of refined luxury and an authentic Cape Town experience. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in for the night to understand this most traditional of hotels.

Breaking Travel News investigates: Lawhill Luxury Apartments, Cape Town

Breaking Travel News investigates: Lawhill Luxury Apartments, Cape Town

24 January 2017 Focus

Overlooking Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, Lawhill offers travellers a taste of luxury living at the hottest address in Cape Town. Offering an ideal base to explore the Mother City, the property has easy access to the Waterfront’s shopping malls and is a stone’s throw from the aquarium and other exciting entertainment venues. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole finds out more.

New accommodation options for the V&A Waterfront Cape Town

New accommodation options for the V&A Waterfront Cape Town

26 January 2014 Hotel News Tourism News

The V&A Waterfront has confirmed its intention to develop a mid-market, internationally-branded hotel in the forthcoming year. According to Cape Town Tourism, the expected tourism growth in the City for 2014 will be between four and five per cent, while the United Nations World Travel Organisation estimated a global year-on year increase of 3.3 per cent per annum until 2030.

Madame Zingara’s electrifying season extended in Cape Town

Madame Zingara’s electrifying season extended in Cape Town

12 June 2013 Tourism News

Madame Zingara has been charming audiences with her Miracle Tour since her much anticipated return to the Cape in January this year. The unique show has continually evolved, introducing several new local and international acts throughout the run, creating a re-energised body of work.

Du Toit-Helmbold steps down Cape Town Tourism chief

Du Toit-Helmbold steps down Cape Town Tourism chief

After nine years as chief executive of Cape Town Tourism, Mariette du Toit-Helmbold has announced that she has decided not to renew her contract with the tourism organisation for another term. The city of Cape Town recently confirmed a three-year tourism marketing and visitor services mandate for Cape Town Tourism, securing its financial and strategic future.