The Peninsula All Suite hotel

Welcome to The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel

At The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel, it’s all about the location. Set in the cosmopolitan seaside suburb of Sea Point, guests are just a short walk to an array of trendy restaurants, bars and shops, set against the backdrop of Lion’s Head with the scent of the Atlantic Ocean never far.

This 4-star Sea Point hotel provides comfortable accommodation in modern suites, with luxury self-catering options and even a grocery delivery service.

While the warm South African hospitality and exceptional service are second-to-none, it’s the magnificent views of Lion’s Head and the Atlantic Ocean that will truly inspire.

Enjoy a tranquil alfresco setting at The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel’s Sunset Restaurant – the glass doors opening onto the gardens and pool area, provide the perfect spot for a refreshing sundowner after a busy day out exploring Cape Town.

For conference delegates, The Peninsula offers an Executive Boardroom and 100-seater Society Room, ideal for gatherings and events. Free WiFi is offered through the hotel.


At present the Western Cape is experiencing a devastating drought. To counter the short-term effects of the drought and the possibility of running out of water, the City has put in place a number of initiatives to increase the supply of water and make provision for extreme water shortages.

In the event of what the City of Cape Town refers to as ‘Day Zero’, there will be available water for tourists and locals’ critical needs.

We have put following into action:

  • We’ve emptied all our outside jacuzzis as of 25 August 2017.
  • We’ve removed all bath plugs from our suites as we are encouraging guests to shower instead of bathing. We will be replacing the plug with a little rubber toy and if guests’ insist on bathing they can bring their toy to Reception and we will give them the bath plug.

We are appealing to all guests to be understanding with regards to this and assist us in saving water.

‘Day Zero’ is a projected date that is entirely dependent on current rates of water consumption: if all stakeholders adhere to the required water savings target, ‘Day Zero’ can be avoided.

Much like a local, tourists need to treat this scarce resource with the utmost respect.

Front Pool

We will be closing the front pool from the 8th till the 12th October 2018 to carry out a cleanup in preparation for summer. The pool will reopen on the 13th October 2018 however we will still have contractors in and around this area till the 22 October 2018.

Our News

Passing of Dionne Mountain

It is with great sadness that we have to advise you of the passing of Dionne Mountain on Monday, 24 September 2018. Her kidney transplant a couple of months ago was a success however she picked up too many infections which her body could no longer fight. We would like[…]