New Look For Cape Sun

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The Southern Sun Cape Sun has been refurbished with the family in mind.

The 367 rooms have received a complete facelift and most of the twin rooms have been converted to family rooms with two double beds. There are now 226 family rooms, 121 king rooms, 16 suites and four presidential suites.

“Southern Sun Cape Sun’s room configuration has traditionally catered more towards the business traveller, but with the conversion of the rooms into family rooms the hotel now has greater family appeal, allowing two adults to share a room with two children,” says the hotel’s GM, Jacques Moolman.

With the December holiday season looming, the hotel plans to have child-friendly activities, shuttles to the beach and Waterfront, and optional extras such as tickets on Red Bus Tours. 

Fun Holiday Activities

  1. Two Oceans Aquarium

The Two Oceans Aquarium offers visitors the opportunity to discover the diverse marine life found off the southern African coast. Meet the animals that call the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean their home – and the brightly coloured ones that live in the warm Indian Ocean.

  1. Ratanga Junction

This theme park offers more than 30 different rides and attractions suitable for children of all ages, as well as several entertainment attractions that will have everyone screaming for more.

  1. The Scratch Patch

Prepare to lose your offspring amongst the piles of shiny gemstones at the Scratch Patch in Simon’s Town, where kids can sit among the Tiger’s Eyes, amethysts, agates and crystals and pick some of these treasures to take home

Compiled by: Melissa Jane Cook. Source: Travel and Meetings. 



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