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Property of the Week : 15 on Orange

January 18, 2011

Property of the Week : 15 on Orange

Tracey Campbell - January 18, 2011

15 on Orange Hotel is a relatively new hotel to Cape Town. It is a true icon of style, and is located in the upmarket suburb of Gardens at the foot of Table Mountain, literally just around the corner from the presigious Mount Nelson Hotel.

15-1aThe location is ideal, as during the day, guests can comfortably walk to all the city’s attractions, including the National Museum, the Planetarium, and the Company Gardens. The vibrant V&A Waterfront is a slightly longer walk, true, but still manageable !

The hotel’s distinctive architecture and décor (including a purple pool table !) truly defies categorization and sets this hotel apart from the ordinary ‘run of the mill’ style hotels that you may expect to find in a city.

15-2aThe 15 on Orange experience begins with an engineered stone red carpet reception set in crisp white Volakas marble.

Then marvel at the 7-storey high atrium, enjoy a cocktail in the Murano Bar and try to count the 20,000 murano crystal that rim the outer edge of the bar, or if you get bored with doing that, just chill and enjoy the 360 degree views of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill and the city. Or even retire to the Judges Lounge, with its 700 law books complimenting the sophisticated ambience.

2859No detail is spared to ensure optimum comfort and luxury in your spacious suite. Suites are equipped with a host of first-class leisure and entertainment amenities including 2 flat screen televisions, a DVD player and satellite television channels.

Sandblasted glass doors lead into your sumptuous en-suite bathroom, which features a stylish, oversized bath set behind a sparkling Marmaran glass-encrusted wall, and a raindrop shower.

The Suntra Spa offers a range of speciality facial treatments as well as an extensive array of body massages, exfoliation treatments, wraps and grooming essentials.

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