Crystal Towers Hotel and Spa – Top Notch Luxury

The vibrant city of Cape Town offers visitors a peek into many different aspects of its diverse culture. The various areas of the city are renowned for representing various elements that combine to create a unique culture in this historic yet trendy capital.

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Located within Cape Town, Century City is a 250 ha development that combines business and retail premises with residential areas as well as establishments devoted to leisure and luxury. One such establishment located in Century City is Crystal Towers Hotel and Spa. It is one of several opulent African Pride hotels dotted around South Africa.

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All the elements of this hotel work together to culminate in what is one of Cape Town’s most favored hotels. It has everything to offer leisure and executive guests alike. All guests can enjoy the luxurious ambiance and indulge in what has been dubbed “the Crystal Life”.

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The décor is decidedly contemporary, with extensive use of glass and mirrors. The use of neutral tones and luxurious fabrics adds warmth and personality to the hotel. A warm relaxing ambiance is created through the clever use of soft magenta lighting – the signature lighting that is evident throughout the establishment.

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The modern bathrooms are stocked with Eartherapy pampering products and feature a cylindrical frosted glass shower as an eye-catching design element. The technology is top class too: flat screen TVs ascend at the base of the bed and all guests have the benefit of the fastest hotel Wi-Fi in South Africa. In addition, the hotel’s commitment to sustainability is evident in the rooms.

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Throughout the hotel, the design emphasis is on the details, and this is certainly the case when it comes to Crystal Towers’ superior amenities. Those who plunge into the rooftop pool will be surprised and delighted in discovering underwater music.

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The bar lounge features a distinctive South African flair in the décor. The Ruby Bar is a double volume space that is an elegant and refined venue for savoring one of the many imported champagnes and single malt whiskies.

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The hotel’s deli is a casual spot open 24 hours a day for the convenience of guests. It is worth noting that there is a top class sushi counter here.

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And, for those with a sweet tooth, the pastry counter features freshly baked pastries every day.

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The hotel’s Towers Restaurant is a fabulous fine dining destination offering gourmet cuisine of the highest level. Breakfast is no exception, with an impressive array that will suit all tastes.

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Other facilities include a gym and, for the ultimate in relaxation, the award-winning Life Day Spa.

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The service at Crystal Towers is no less impressive. The staff is as professional and efficient as one would hope from an establishment of this caliber. However, they are also friendly, welcoming, attentive and helpful. Altogether, this is definitely a top notch hotel for those visiting Cape Town.

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Corner Century Boulevard and Rialto Road, Century City, Cape Town Tel: +27 21 525 3888 Website: www.africanpridehotels.com/hotels/Pages/african-pride-crystal-towers-hotel-spa.aspx

Emma Flemming

As well as being a contributing writer for LuxeInACity, Emma is a teacher, freelance writer and has her own blog. She has four university degrees and qualifications in English, Psychology and Education. Over the years Emma has enjoyed travelling to and experiencing luxury in several countries. Apart from travelling and writing, her interests lie in art, yoga and trying out new dining hotspots. Emma lives in South Africa and when she is not writing, can be found scuba-diving in the Indian Ocean.