aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites

This Foreshore Hotel Puts You Right in the Heart of Cape ...

Leisure or business accommodation
inside the CTICC precinct.
 
+27 (0) 21 431 9202
Dockrail Rd | Roggebaai Canal Foreshore
Aha.co.za/Harbour-Bridge
reservations@harbourbridgehotel.co.za
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This Foreshore Hotel Puts You Right in the Heart of Cape Town

Famous harbour views and the canal cruise that goes through the property – an ideal location for business and leisure

Scroll down to find out how you can get a FREE Cape Town Explorer Pass with your booking. 

Easy but delectable meals, iconic harbour views, a chic cocktail and sundowners bar, en-suite bathrooms with any sized room and ideally located within the CTICC precinct. The aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites makes for a distinct and iconically Capetonian Foreshore business accommodation option, whether you’re travelling for business or leisure.

It’s a bit of a hidden hotel gem, situated on Dockrail Road which is best accessed by driving straight through the CTICC main entrance and around Foscle Circle or coming in from the V&A’s side (don’t worry, your Uber driver will find it, or just use the hotel’s airport shuttle service). But can we just take a moment to appreciate how cool it looks spanning across the city’s famous Roggebaai Canal ...

The canal cruiser actually comes through the hotel property. And of course, you get a cruise discount with your room booking. First, though, onto business.

GOOD FOR BUSINESS
Located within the CTICC precinct, The aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites is the kind of place you want to be when on business in Cape Town.

The all-new Canal Café is a sophisticated yet relaxed new space. This is also a good conferencing spot, with facilities to host up to 18 delegates as well as internet, whiteboard and flipchart. And ask about their conference-accommodation packages too.

ROOM TO RELAX
Every room or suite here comes with an en-suite bathroom, satellite TV, digital safe, aircon and heating, WiFi, tea and coffee as well as room service. And, up your booking to a Luxury Suite and you also get a separate lounge area, fully equipped kitchen and a private balcony overlooking the canal or harbour – you choose.

TIME TO PLAY AND EXPLORE
Leisure travellers will also find the hotel ideal for relaxing – there are a pool and sundeck open in summer – as well as exploring.

The aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites is ideally situated to give you easy access to all of Cape Town. It’s close to Parliament, the Cultural History Museum on Adderley Street, Cape Town Station and the Castle of Good Hope. You’re also just 10 minutes from the Waterfront, 12 minutes from Cape Town Stadium, 15 from Century City, 22 minutes from GrandWest and 25 from the airport.

Get a good deal on an iconically Capetonian trip – or business accommodation that's a little different. Check out these aha Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites specials.

Tip: You can also have your function, launch or cocktail party at the restaurant or bar.

GET A FREE CAPE TOWN EXPLORER PASS WITH YOUR BOOKING IN 2018/2019
Get a free all-access pass to over 30 of Cape Town's top attractions when you book a four-night or more stay at Harbour Bridge Hotel at the standard booking rate. Your hotel booking includes complimentary breakfasts and a bonus three-day Cape Town Explorer pass for adults to the value of R2955. Available until 30 September 2019.

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