A TRUE TRAVELLERS EXPERIENCE
Long Street Boutique Hotel is perfectly placed on the famous, vibrant Long Street strip - the axis around which the Mother City revolves and a popular must-visit for travellers from around the world. Centrally located, with easy access to Cape Town's major attractions and activities, it offers a wide variety of restaurants, bars, and shopping experiences - particularly antique and book shops - right on its doorstep.
The hotel, with its historical Victorian charm and character, is complemented by modern conveniences and contemporary decor. Our establishment offers an oasis within the bustling cosmopolitan landscape and is comprised of 12 luxurious and comfortable en-suite hotel rooms.
Our rooms provide views of the cityscape and glimpses of Table Mountain beyond. Here you can have the best of both worlds. Join the festivities in the street that never sleeps, or relax in your room. When this historic building was erected in the 19th century providing wheelchair access was not standard. As it is a heritage building we are not allowed to change the structure so unfortunately Long Street Boutique Hotel is not suitable for wheelchairs.
Enjoy the best of both worlds… join the festivities in the street or relax in your room - a light, airy oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the street that never sleeps. Whether you’re in the CBD or exploring the countryside, Cape Town has a wealth of diverse outdoor, dining and cultural experiences to choose from.
FACILITIES & AMENITIES
- Limited secure parking
- 24-hour reception
- Electronic safes in all rooms
- Free high-speed Wi-Fi access
- Soundproofed windows
- Air conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Nespresso Machine in all rooms
THE LONG STREET CAPE TOWN CULTURE
One of the oldest streets in Cape Town, Long Street is a mixed bag of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, bookshops, clothing stores, and backpacker lodges. In the late 1800s, it was the longest street in Cape Town, stretching from the harbor all the way to Tamboerskloof in the upper part of the city.
Long Street is easily the loudest, most energetic of thoroughfares and is best known for its buzzing nightlife and bohemian vibe. But club-hopping isn’t the only highlight here. The street is lined with numerous Victorian buildings that have been restored over the years. Among these, you’ll find the oldest slave church in South Africa (now the SA Mission Museum) and the Palm Tree Mosque, dating back to 1820.
Boasting 99 bottles of local and international beer, and 25 taps giving you tasters and pints, Beer House is a craft beer lover’s dream. It’s a good place to start off the evening by fueling up on tasty pub fare expertly paired with the selection of beer. You can also catch the latest rugby or cricket match on the big screen TVs around the venue.
223 Long St, Cape Town, South Africa
+27 21 424 3370
Café Mojito is a lively Cuban-themed restaurant and city watering hole with live music and sidewalk tables, where you can soak up the infectious energy of Long Street. The bar whips up over 20 colorful cocktails, a barrage of shooters, and also caters to wine and beer lovers. On the food menu, you’ll find everything from breakfast fry-ups and gourmet burgers to the tastiest tapas and pizza. Be sure to pop in for Happy Hour from 4pm to 7pm, or on Wednesdays for their two-for-one burger special.
+27 21 422 1095
THE WAITING ROOM
Situated above The Royale Eatery, The Waiting Room is accessed through an unmarked entrance and a staircase leading up to the club and bar. Inside you’ll find couch areas, a balcony and a cool rooftop terrace overlooking the city and Table Mountain. The club plays host to a slew of local DJs and bands, playing everything from drum ‘n bass to hip-hop. Everyone loves The Waiting Room so it tends to get packed on weekends, but you’ll probably enjoy the music so much you won’t mind the crowd.
+27 21 422 4536
It can get raucous and extremely busy, but The Dubliner is arguably one of the best places to go for a banging party. It’s a favorite with locals and tourists alike, so expect to find Americans, Australians, Britons, Germans and a host of other nationalities partying under one roof. With live music downstairs, a DJ upstairs, great pub fare and drinks at affordable prices, this pub is a must-visit when in Cape Town.
+27 21 424 1212
Fiction is a late-night club featuring indie bands and a stellar line-up of local and international drum ‘n bass, techno, electro, and hip-hop DJs. The club hosts weekly live events and parties dedicated to specific music genres. Doors open at 10pm and the party doesn’t stop until 4am.
+27 21 424 5709
Bob’s Bar is the perfect place for post-work drinks or a boozy night out with friends. During the day, pool and foosball tables provide entertainment and at night, the bar transitions into a nightclub complete with a dance floor and stripper pole. Bob’s Bar is renowned for their cheap drinks and variety of shooters, of which there are no less than 83. Look out for one Rand shots on certain weeknights.
+27 21 424 3584
LONG STREET CAFE
Located in an old Victorian building with large bay windows, Long Street Café is an institution on the popular party strip. The restaurant and bar boasts a relaxed setting with sleek red booths indoors and wooden tables and chairs lining the sidewalk.
Their bistro style menu is extremely well-priced and caters for all tastes with a selection of breakfast dishes, pizzas, burgers, salads and grills. When it comes to drinks, their extensive cocktail and wine list will not disappoint. Try their famous Long Street Café Iced Tea — a local version of the potent cocktail.
+27 21 424 2464
Long Street Hotel resides in the heart of historic Cape Town, only a few steps away from several award-winning restaurants. It is also within safe and easy walking distance of hip and vibrant Kloof, Bree and Long Streets with their many shops, restaurants, bars
We have more than 30 restaurants within easy walking distance from the hotel. The range of cuisines offered includes Seafood, African, Oriental, Indian, French and Italian.
While Cape Town is beautiful by day, by night it is a city of energy, diversity and rhythm. From Camps Bay to Kloof you’ll find a sprinkling of vibey clubs, cosy pubs and funky live venues.
Enjoy the best of both worlds… join the festivities in the street or relax in your room;
a light, airy oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the street that never sleeps.
Whether you’re in the CBD or exploring the countryside, Cape Town has a wealth of diverse outdoor, dining and cultural experiences to choose from.
Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city,
the busy harbor and boats heading for Robben Island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, which is now a living museum.