Cape Town Hollow Boutique Hotel

88 Queen Victoria Street, Gardens
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  • Address:
    88 Queen Victoria Street
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    Cape Town


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High 23 (valid from 1 Sep 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)

Standard Rooms Bed & Breakfast Price: ENQUIRE!
Mountain Facing Rooms Bed & Breakfast Price: ENQUIRE!

• Government Levy of R 4-60 (incl VAT) per room per night is excluded from these rates. • VAT at 15% is included.


Terms and Conditions

Children pay per person per night sharing on Request


    Cape Town International Convention Centre
    Iziko Museums
    The Company Gardens
    The Cape Castle of Good Hope
    The Malay Quarter & Bo-Kaap
    V&A Waterfront
    Robben Island
    The Cape Point & Peninsula
    Table Mountain Cableway
    Historical Architecture & Sites
    Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
    Cape Winelands
    Famous Beaches
    Two Oceans Aquarium
    Fabulous Shopping
    Rhodes Memorial
    Afrikaans Taal Musuem – Paarl
    Ratanga Junction
    Air Force Museum
    Penguin Colony @ Boulders Beach

The Western Cape has a Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and mild, moist winters and low summer rainfall prevail. The coastal summer temperatures rise from a pleasant low of 15°C to a warm 27°C. Inland temperatures are some 3-5°C higher. Coastal winters see the mercury dropping to a mild 7°C at night and rising to a comfortable 18°C by day. Away from the beach, morning wakens to an invigorating 5°C and midday peaks at 22°C.

To many, March and April signal idyllic weather. Summer's heat subsides, the wind settles and autumn casts its brightly coloured mantle over the vineyards, generating red, burnished vistas spreading from the mountain tops to the sea. In keeping with its sunny, tranquil character, a temperate climate with gentle, intermittent precipitation complements the warm summers and mild winters of the Garden Route.

In winter (from May to July), the snow-capped peaks of the Boland and the Cederberg Mountains and the lush, moist earth evoke an atmosphere conducive to log fires in cosy taverns. However, with the onset of spring (from August to October), the fast-retreating winter merges with the summer sun, bringing forth some of the world's most spectacular wild flower displays.

Visitors not delighted by the endless sunshine may well be literally swept off their feet by the “Cape Doctor”, a powerful south-easterly wind clearing the Cape Town air of pollution (hence the name “Cape Doctor"). Though forceful in character, the “Cape Doctor” visits infrequently, arriving only when the Fairest Cape needs to freshen up. The wind drapes the Table Mountain flat-topped summit with a white "tablecloth" of cloud.

Stop Sale

We reserve the right to manage inventory over periods of peak demand by blocking rooms for sale at rate levels (stop sale), as required. Any rooms available for sale over blocked periods will be at
rates as determined by the property for that period.

Minimum Stay

We reserve the right to request a minimum stay of 3 nights over peak periods including all long weekends, special events, and the Festive Season 15 December - 5 January.

Children’s Policy
• 0-12 Years sharing with parents in same room
- Free of Charge on a Bed & Breakfast Basis
• Subject to applicable room availability which can accommodate children
• Maximum of 1 child per room
• Children 13 years and older accommodated in own room at Adult Rate

• 10 to 16 rooms booked – 1 room free
• 17 or more rooms booked – 2 rooms free

All cancellations must be given in writing directly to the hotel.
• 30 Days prior to arrival, 50% of the value of the room/s booked will be charged as a cancellation fee.
• 14 Days prior to arrival, 75% of the value of the room/s booked will be charged as a cancellation fee.
• 7 Days prior to arrival 90% of the value of the room/s booked will be charged as a cancellation fee.
• Less than 24 Hours prior to arrival or early departure 100% of the value of the room/s will be charged as a cancellation fee.
Failure to comply timeously with the terms of deposit pay ments will result in bookings being automatically cancelled.

Prepayment terms:
• 31 Days prior to arrival of the guests, the hotel must receive full payment for the reservation held.
• Failure to comply timorously with the terms of deposit payments will result in the bookings being automatically cancelled.

If Porters are required a R20-00 per room porterage fee will be charged per service

Cape Town Hollow Offers all You Need to Plan the Best Activities & Tours in Cape Town.
There is no shortage of things to do in Cape Town, in fact, visitors to this vibrant city are somewhat spoilt for choice. From the iconic Table Mountain and Cape Winelands to the beautiful beaches and cultural hotspots around the city, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Fortunately, to make your life a little easier, Cape Town Hollow offers a variety of Half and Full Day Tours for you to enjoy during your stay. Explore the Cape Winelands and sample various fruits of the vine with a delightful lunch on tour, or venture to the southernmost tip of Africa on a Cape Point Tour stopping at various scenic spots along the coast. Another great winelands adventure is the Franschhoek Wine Tram perfect for those wanting to enjoy wines from various vineyards without the stress of driving.

Although there are a host of activities in Cape Town to enjoy, if a safari adventure is what you’re after, head to Aquila Game Reserve for an incredible African game drive experience, lunch and time to relax.
Various other tours are available too such as Shark Cage Diving in Gansbaai or a Township Tour for an immersive cultural experience. Or, if you have your own itinerary in mind, go out on a Private Tour to do what makes you happy, at your own pace, accompanied by a personal guide.

The magnificent Mother City also has great options for those travelling with children. For starters, the V&A Waterfront is a buzzing hub with shops, restaurants, the ever-popular Scratch Patch and Mini Golf as well as the chance to experience the open sea with boat trips like the Jolly Roger. The Waterfront is also home to the Two Oceans Aquarium, a perfect outing for families! Slightly further afield, the Spice Route, Butterfly World, the Lion Park and Giraffe House are great additions to any Stellenbosch trips.

Known as the culinary capital of South Africa, Franschhoek is an absolute must for all food fanatics. That being said, Cape Town itself is packed full of incredible restaurants that range from fancy fine dining to super casual. The city is also brimming with amazing markets that offer a cultural adventure while providing great food, fun stalls and so much more.

The list of things to do in Cape Town is almost never ending so if the tours don’t tickle your fancy, not to worry, Cape Town Hollow is more than happy to arrange for you to do the most popular activities in Cape Town and recommend the best spots to see.




• Stay a minimum total of 4 nights at any 2 Hollow properties, with a minimum of 2 nights at each hotel.
• When your booking is made, please specify the booking request details of both Hollow properties and copy both reservations offices into the email.
• Should you cancel either of the 2 Hotels, the booking “combo” special no longer applies.


• Stay a minimum total of 6 nights at any 3 Hollow properties, with a minimum of 2 nights at each hotel.
• When your booking is made, please specify the booking request details of all 3 Hollow properties and copy all 3 reservations offices into the email.
• Should you cancel any one of the hotels, the booking “combo” special no longer applies, or you will go down to the 2 HOLLOW COMBO (10%).

• These combos are only applicable on B&B rates, and not DBB rates.
• Hollow combos only apply to the above rates