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Sugar Hotel is situated in Green Point, Cape Town, South Africa, within walking distance of the famous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront and close to all the top restaurants and clubs in and around Green Point.
Endereço: 1 Main Road (corner of Main & Boundary Roads), Green Point - Cape Town, 8005, South Africa
Cape Town's premier shopping and dining complex
The mountain that makes Cape Town famous, the summit of which is accessable by cable car.
White beach sand and brilliant blue waters makes Clifton the best beaches in Cape Town
Cape Town's premier venue for al fresco dining with views over the beach and sea
Most of South Africa's fine wines are made in the Caoe Winelands vineyards of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek
Where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. A very scenic drive to get there and viewpoint.
Cape Town's premier venue for the 2010 World Cup Soccer.
Direções: By Car: Travel into Cape Town city centre on either the N2 (ex Cape Town International Airport) or N1 (ex Paarl or Stellenbosch) national roads. Pass the Cape Town International Convention Centre on your left hand side arriving at the first large traffic light intersection with Coen Steytler Avenue (also the main entrance to the V&A Waterfront). Continue over this intersection until the second traffic light intersection with Hans Strydom Avenue. You will now be driving along Buitengracht Street. At the next set of traffic lights (i.e. 3rd set) you will turn right into Somerset Road. Continue along Somerset Road through two sets of traffic lights, looking out for two tall palm trees and the Sugar Hotel sign on your left hand side. Immediately after the palm trees turn left into Boundary Road and SUGAR HOTEL is the first building on your right hand side. Enter at the glass and wood door prior to the large black roller door. Press the intercom on your left hand side to announce your arrival.