Ramasibi Bed&Breakfast would like to offer you customer satisfaction in a home away from home where service is our focus. Ramasibi Bed&Breakfast consists of five bedrooms with four en-suites and the fifth room's bathroom has been fully equipped...
Excellent Guesthouse offers luxury, comfort, style and warmth at affordable prices. 14 double rooms with en-suites is tastefully furnished and equipped with hot and cold air conditioners, TV Satellite, coffee-making facilities, a safe and more...
Three Arches Guesthouse offers you the best customer satisfaction in a home away from home environment where customer service and customer satisfaction is No 1. Our Guesthouse is situated in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town.
De Keurboom Guesthouse provides self catering flatlet accommodation in Kuils River, Cape Town. "Home away from home" this luxurious, spacious self-catering guesthouse situated in Kuils River in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town offers you the tranquillity
Our central location is ideal for business and leisure travel alike with easy access to main routes. All rooms have private entrances, each with its own bathroom, kitchenette and dining area. Secure on-site parking.
Come and stay at Broadway Guesthouse, and be delighted. This large guesthouse is situated next to the Louis Leipoldt Hospital in Broadway Street in the quiet suburb of Boston, Bellville. Operating as a guest house for more than 15 years, Broadway...
Reasonably priced 1 and 2 bedroom self catering apartments centrally located to most shopping malls and only 10min most popular beaches.
Julina's Guest House is a unique guest house centrally located in the northern area of Parow North that can accommodate up to eight people comfortably.
Tigre Coteau offers spacious self catering accommodation in Tygerberg Hills, Cape Town. Large 3 bedroom ground floor apartment with own private swimming pool, with safety cover for children, and garden sleeps 6/7. Tigre Coteau is situated on the slopes of
Keret Accommodation offers two luxury superior self-catering apartments. The apartments are luxuriously furnished, air-conditioned and fully equipped to accommodate up to 6 guests per unit. Keret specialises in leisure, corporate relocations and ...
From humble beginnings, D.F. Malan Airport (Cape Town International Airport) was first opened in 1954, a year after Jan Smuts Airport (now OR Tambo International Airport) was opened. The airport was named after the then South African prime minister and initially only offered two international flights which were a direct flight to Britain and a second flight to Britain via Johannesburg. In 1993 the newly formed Airports Company South Africa took control of the countries airports and D.F. Malan Airport was renamed to the Cape Town International Airport.
Cape Town International Airport is located approximately 20 kilometres from the Cape Town city centre and has direct flights to and from South Africa's other two main cities, Johannesburg and Durban. The airport also offers flights to smaller centres in South Africa. Internationally, it has direct flights to several destinations in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Today the airport is the continents 3rd largest airport as well as being a premier tourist and VIP destination. It has established a reputation as Africa's premier international award-winning airport and consistently performs among the best airports in the world for service in its category.
The airport also offers a diversity of retail outlets which include foreign exchange services, bookstores, clothing retailers, grocery stores, souvenir outlets and duty-free in international departures. There are also a number of restaurants within the terminal building which are located on the upper level above the departures level. Cape Town International Airport is believed to be home to the largest Spur Steak Ranch on the African continent. A great feature of the airport is that the restaurant level overlooks the runways and only a glass curtain wall separates the customers from the aircraft 3 floors below.
Cape Town International Airport has come a long way since 1954!