As an independent traveller's hotel, Daddy Long Legs will appeal to those seeking an authentic experience of Cape Town.
It is a place to meet others, and it is ideally situated for exploring the character and nightlife of the city and its surrounds. In much the same way, Daddy Long Legs will be a welcome respite for the local business person tired of sterile hotel environments.
Your breakfast is served buffet style 6am - 10am, 7 days a week in the hotel lobby/reception area. It includes a delectable selection of fresh fruit, freshly baked muffins, cereals, yoghurt, toast, and tea and coffee.
The Daddy Long Legs' breakfast offering is all about giving guests the necessary fuel to power their day's exploits. It’s also an opportunity for guests to mingle with each other and take in the bustling city views from the hotel balcony, all while enjoying that most important meal of the day.
The setup of the hotel is unlike any other in South Africa. Without a doubt, staying in their uniquely-designed rooms will be a highlight of your Mother City retreat. Not only is each room uniquely decorated by an artist, poet, photographer, designer or musician, but they were afforded complete freedom to interpret the space as they desired, resulting in a collection of hotel rooms that are a representation of Cape Town’s contemporary cultural landscape in all its multitudes.
Each room has its own shower and toilet, and the communal space boasts a relaxed bar, balcony, and frequent entertainment. No one will go hungry, with street-level R-Caffe offering breakfasts and lunches and a plethora of dining options within walking distance.
Visitors will delight in how conveniently close the CBD’s major attractions are to their hotel. Long Street is right on your doorstep, and home to many nightclubs and restaurants that come to life at night. Short Market Street with its markets selling authentic arts, crafts and knick-knackery are within walking distance, and popular Bree and Kloof Street with all their restaurants, bistros, bars and art galleries are a short drive away.
The communal bar and lounge area is the perfect spot to meet fellow travellers and visiting locals. Relax, order a drink and sit on the balcony to take in the vibrant atmosphere of Long Street, Cape Town’s creative and eccentric heart.
134 Long Street
Cape Town City Centre