The Cape Milner is a fine four star hotel tucked away in Cape Town's City Bowl.
The Cape Milner boutique hotel is situated at the foot of Signal Hill in the sophisticated neighborhood of Tamboerskloof. The modern and trendy hotel fits in perfectly with the lively ambience of the Mother City. As the Cape Milner is just off Kloof Street, Cape Town proper is at your doorstep. Right on the edge of to this vibrant city, the Cape Milner offers a quiet space. Its simplistic, age-old exterior is complemented by a more contemporary interior. The hotel provides all the modern luxuries in an old central part of Cape Town.
The Cape Milner contains 57 rooms, including two Executive Suites and ten Luxury Rooms. All the rooms have been handsomely designed by skillful interior designer, Beth Murray, who is regularly involved with refurbishments to keep the style modern and fresh. Amenities such as air-conditioning, WiFi, coffee and tea stations, mini safe, and satellite television are standard throughout. Every room has an en suite bathroom and mountain views. The Standard Rooms have 32-inch LED flat-screen televisions, while the Luxury Rooms and Executive Suites have 40-inch LED flat-screen televisions. The Luxury Rooms and Executive Suites also boast foot spas and filter coffee machines. The Executive Suites even have their own lounge areas and private balconies.
There are a number of venues one can dine at while visiting the Cape Milner. The newest restaurant is the ritzy Glass Lounge. The Glass Lounge serves a wide range of tapas and cocktails in a one-of-a-kind setting. The key feature of the Glass Lounge is the glass roof, which that creates a spectacular ambience. The iconic Table Mountain can be seen during the day, and a starry sky at night. With no efforts spared during the styling of the Glass Lounge, it sets the standard for style and refinement.
2 On Milner serves breakfast and dinners of a wide variety. The most modern dishes make it to the dinnertime a la carte menu, while continental or hot buffet-style breakfasts are served. Lastly, one can also enjoy a light lunch outdoors under the Cape Milner’s pergola, while listening to birdsong and forgetting that you are in fact, in a city, or simply enjoy a couple of snacks and cocktails while relaxing poolside.
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