Your hosts Lars and Detlef from Germany invite you to come and spend some time in sheer luxury for however long you wish. Four stylishly furnished apartments are at your hand in this exclusive home - choose your Accommodation! The guesthouse is situated, 20 minutes from the Cape Town International Airportin a quiet residential area with striking views of the mountains and sea.
This is a well run stylish gay hotel. The rooms are beautiful with everything you need. They are surrounded by residents and non residents locals who come to socialise during the day who are sunning themselves by the pool.
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At the foot of Cape Towns dramatic and world-famous Table Mountain lies this unique gem Cactus House guesthouse exclusively for gay gentlemen and the only one of its kind in central Cape Town. Successfully being around since the year and a loyal icon of the LGBT community, Cactus House all male guesthouse has built a reputation of class, consistency and excellence which still today is what keeps many returning to stay with us. Our guesthouse, with its relaxed ambiance provides the perfect base for gay accommodation in Cape Town, from which to discover all that is Grand and the very essence that attracts visitors to our shores. This exclusive gay lodging is surrounded by some of the finest wildlife, magnificent nature reserves, impressive soft white sandy beaches and lush green winelands are some of the breath-taking attractions you can expect.
The Glen Boutique hotel is a very nice city boutique hotel in the upcoming Seapoint area. Just a bit uphill but close enough to walk or take a taxi to waterfront. This gay friendly hotel is situated in several buildings around a very nice small swimming pool and terraces.
Unless you live in Southern Africa, Cape Town is not particularly close to anything. If you want to be connected to internet on your phone, you can pick up a local SIM card at the airport or head to a Vodacom store in town — just be sure to bring your passport. But even if you opt out of mobile data, Wi-Fi is pretty abundant and you can usually find a hotspot to connect and order an Uber for pick-up.
Cape Town hotel offerings are plentiful and varied, including men-only guesthouses, historic buildings, wine estates, beach resorts, hostels and world-class luxury. Other options are Constantia, a lush southern suburb with vineyards, and the seaside destinations of Camps Bay. The men-only One Belvedere Guesthouse is a charming Victorian home with a wrap-around veranda and great views of Table Mountain. In an upscale, tranquil
It boasts a unique village atmosphere during the day, amplified by popular Cape Quarter restaurants and shopping spots. This is where the hot gay boys of Cape Town mix it up with tourists from around the world. It offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi, a rooftop pool, gym and spa.
Although I would like to have an accommodation closer to all these things, I am also aware that some accommodation may be too close to bars etc that can be noisy at times. I guess I am looking for an affordable place closer to the city, beaches, bars, restaurants etc, and yet I can have my privacy when needed not have to deal with late night noise pollution etc. I hope anyone who has been to Cape Town may have some information for me regarding great places to stay in Cape Town that are friendly and affordable and at the same time offer good service and friendly staff etc. Cape Town is a gay friendly city so all accommodation is not anti gay unlike the smaller more rural towns.