Most people who have experienced it will say the same thing: there is nothing like staying in Green Point. Cape Town offers some of the best dining experiences in the world from the globally-inspired restaurants of Sea Point to the bistros of Bree Street, you’ll never have to scramble to find a new restaurant to try here. Cape Town is also one of the leading areas of arts and culture in Southern Africa, not just within in the theatre industry, but creative arts and music.
One of the most familiar hubs of gastronomic activity in Cape Town is Bree Street, site of the many quaint and quirky bistros and cafés that locals have come to know and love. Woodstock has become the trendy hipster district – filled with hand-crafted beers, cheese, furniture and chocolate! Let’s not forget that when you stay in Green Point, you are less than 25 minutes away from the V&A Waterfront, the centre of international brands, foods and let’s not forget – the Aquarium.
Whether you want to enjoy the nightlife at one of the most enviable clubs in the city, or you enjoy going to the Company Gardens to revel in the first glimpses of exotic flowers, Cape Town and the surrounding neighbourhoods will afford you with almost any convenience you could envision. You can visit one of the many renowned museums like the National Gallery and Jewish Museum, or you can take in The Cape Town Ballet at the Artscape. Maybe you’ll venture to the Labia to see a art film.
Each of the many neighborhoods in Cape Town has its own distinct personality and appeal. You’ll find that Green Point alone can offer its own brand of unique experiences within the Cape Town city life.