Hotel Breakwater Lodge in the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, South Africa
minutes away from restaurants, pubs, theatres and shops, the Breakwater
Lodge is premier Cape Town hotel accommodation, ideally positioned in the
heart of Cape Town's V&A Waterfront development.
19th Century prison, the Breakwater Lodge today provides comfortable and
affordable Cape Town hotel accommodation in a spectacular setting that
looks over the bay and up onto Table Mountain. Neighbouring Cape Town's
CBD, the Breakwater Lodge lies within easy reach of the main routes to
the beaches, mountain walks and city hotspots, not to mention the airport.
whether you're in Cape Town for business reasons or for a leisurely and
relaxing holiday, the Breakwater Lodge will provide you with comfort, convenience
and privacy during your stay.
the lodge's accommodation facilities, there are several restaurants within
the hotel complex, as well as a bar which is perfect for both pre-dinner
cocktails and late night liqueurs. The Lodge also has an extensive choice
of banqueting halls and state-of-the-art conference facilities, making
it an ideal choice of Cape Town hotel accommodation for corporate travel
to Cape Town.
Lodge is Cape Town hotel accommodation with some of the Mother City's best
attractions at your doorstep. Just a few feet away are the Waterfront's
multitude of celebrated eateries and entertainment centres. Not far away
is Cape Town's city centre with its buzzing nightlife and myriad of tourist
a welcoming hotel in Cape Town, South Africa, our friendly reception staff
are on duty 24 hours a day and are ready to offer you valuable traveller
information so that you get the most out of the Mother City. Furthermore,
staff genuinely cares about you having a memorable and relaxing stay at
the Breakwater Hotel.
can be expected of a Protea Hotel, the Breakwater Hotel has a laundry and
dry cleaning service available. Alternatively washers and driers are also
available for guests to use at their own leisure.
with Breathtaking Views of Table Mountain
a la carte restaurant with views of Table Mountain and the Waterfront
away from the hussle and bussle of everyday life and join us at the Time-Out
Café. Our newly refurbished a la carte restaurant offers you a relaxed
atmosphere with fantastic views and a delicious menu to choose from. Our
chefs won't keep you waiting when putting together their “salads-in-a-second”
and “meals-in-a-minute!” However, if you have a moment to really chill
out, we have some succulent dishes where the main ingredient is a little
Time-Out Café has been designed to accommodate local business people,
wanting a quick wholesome meal, or tourists and shoppers, wising to have
a leisurely cappuccino and delectable treat from our “Plenty-of-Time” deserts
and cakes menu. The Café will also appeal to locals looking for
dinner with a difference in the funky new setting (with free, secure parking
out front), and those seeking a new venue for after work drinks and sundowners,
off the “Good-Times” cocktail menu.
in at tea time, lunch time, dinner time or drinks time – we are certain
you will be back next time!
in the infamous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront with breathtaking views
of Table Mountain, the Breakwater Lodge boasts two restaurant facilities
to suit your mood.
self-service restaurant at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
is a self-service restaurant catering for all our guests, delegates and
students. It is situated on the ground floor of the amenities block and
caters not only for main meals but also for snacks, sandwiches, drinks
and beverages throughout the day
ambience is relaxed and streamlined, with an emphasis on convenience and
comfort. Enjoy magnificent views of Table Mountain and Signal Hill while
enjoying drinks, snacks, or tea on the large patio.
Hotel in Cape Town, South Africa offers various accommodation options to
suit business and leisure travellers alike.
include twin, double and single rooms with en-suite bathrooms, as well
as single and twin rooms sharing a shower.
the rooms at the Breakwater Lodge are comfortable and practically furnished.
They are all equipped with a telephone, television, radio and a welcome
tray offering tea and coffee. Furthermore, there are cool drink and snack
vending machines accessible to all guests, 24 hours a day.
Brief Description of the Rooms:
Room With Bath: Private Room with en-suite bathroom. Available
in Single, Double or Twin.
Size bed with Bath: Room with king size bed and en-suite bathroom.
Same facilities as Standard room, just slightly bigger.
Suite: Room with twin pr double bed, small lounge in connecting
Shower Rooms: Available as Single or Double room. A unit, two
rooms within, which share one shower and one toilet.
Suites: Accommodates a maximum of 4 adults.
Town Attractions and Places of Interest
of the many Cape Town attractions you’ll come to enjoy is the Victoria
& Alfred Waterfront. This Cape Town landmark is home to the Two Oceans
Aquarium, numerous shops, superior hotels, a craft markets, museums, the
BMW Pavilion and a myriad of restaurants and tourism facilities.
Cape Town attraction, if not South Africa’s biggest tourist attraction,
is Robben Island, once the place of incarceration of former
President, freedom fighter and Nobel Peace prize, Nelson Mandela.
Gardens: Dedicated to the preservation of indigenous plants of Southern
Africa which is situated on the eastern slopes of the Table Mountain.
Point: The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, at Cape Point, makes for
a spectacular outing. The reserve is noted for it’s floral diversity.
Only 45 minutes away from the city centre, Kommetjie is a small village
with a rural feel on the way to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.
Peak Drive: Built between 1915 and 1922, connecting Hout Bay with Noordhoek,
lies one of the most spectacular mountain drives in the World.
Wine Route: One of the first wine-producing areas of the Western Cape,
with a host of estate restaurants and tasting venues.
Town: Situated on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula, is about
35 minutes south of Cape Town. Also known as “The Historic Mile”, this
area, steeped in history, boasts a great variety of interesting buildings
including a nautical museum detailing the town’s history.
Bay: This Cape Town village is enhanced by large fleets of fishing
vessels and is a firm favourite with locals. Home to thousands of Cape
fur seals, cormorants and sea gulls. Sunset cruises sail from Hout Bay
to the Cape Town Waterfront.
of Parliament: A master piece of architectural history.
Hall: Built in 1905, this colonial architechtured building is the prime
venue for performances by the Cape Town Symphony Ochestra.
after the South African astronomical Observatory, this suburb offers a
range of interesting restaurants and specialty shops.
Memorial: Built in 1912 on the slopes of Devil’s Peak by Sir Herbert
Baker, This memorial to Cecil John Rhodes, resembles a Grecian Temple.
Hill: Spectacular views of the lights of the city are unforgettable
from this vantage Point. Signal Hill can also be seen from the Cape Town
Nature Reserve: Hiking trails offer views over False Bay, as well as
being a nature reserve with some of the finest scenery in the Cape Peninsula.
Also known as the Malay Quarter, this area is mainly inhabited by descendants
of slaves who were brought to the settlement from India and the East Indies
in the early days.
of Good Hope: The castle, a historical Cape Town attraction, was completed
in 1679 with the aim of protecting the new settlement from the possibility
of attack. This is the oldest building in South Africa and is a symbol
of Western Civilisation on the subcontinent.
African Museum: Famous for it’s displays of ethnic groups, including
life-sized casts of San, Khoikhoi and other tribes of South Africa.
George’s Anglican Cathedral: Designed by Sir Herbert Baker
and built with Table Mountain sandstone, is the mother church of the Anglican
community in South Africa.
African National Gallery: A collection of local art is displayed in
this gallery, including photographs of black township life.
Street: Long Street is one of the oldest streets in Cape Town with
a length of 3.8 kilometres. Years before, it reached from the harbour up
to Tamboerskloof. The street offers numerous Victorian buildings which
have been restored over the years, antiquity shops, book & curio shops,
galleries, clubs, pubs, cafés and cosy restaurants.
Museum: The museum is home to a collection of 350 West African gold
artefacts as well as objects from the ancient gold civilisations of southern
Mountain: The best views of Cape Town are seen from the top of Table
Mountain. The Cableway reaches the summit in under 10 minutes and the cable
car's rotating floor ensures that all passengers get a 360 degree aerial
view of the city.
Island Boat Tour - 500 Metres
Waterfront - 1 Kilometre (0.5 Miles)
Junction Amusement Park - 12 Kilometres (7.5 Miles)
Mountain - 14 Kilometres (9 Miles)
- 16 Kilometres (10 Miles)
Bay Beach - 16 Kilometres (10 Miles)
West Casino - 18 Kilometres (11 Miles)
- 25 Kilometres (15.5 Miles)
- 70 Kilometres (43.5 Miles)
available on enquiry:
& Alfred Waterfront
in Cape Town