GREEN POINT

Home of cape town stadium

GREEN POINT HOLIDAY APARTMENTS

Green Point, famous for its Market which is open on Sundays, where stalls are set up around Green Point stadium.

 

The Waterfront, Cape Quarter in De Waterkant and Sea Point are the closest for all shopping requirements and Green Point is dominated by a mix of restaurants, bars and lively pubs.

 

Green Point, is one of Cape Town’s trendiest places to hang out in, and for those looking for entertainment; they have a huge variety of restaurants, delis and also coffee bars and most awesome views of the Atlantic Ocean and of Robben Island.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments gives visitors easy access to some of the best attractions Cape Town has to offer.

 

Also the home of the new world class Green Point Stadium with its capacity of over 60 000 people which hosted 6 matches of the FIFA 2010 World Cup during June & July 2010.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments sport and nature

Sport is an important part of Capetonian life. We have a number of sports ground facilities available to locals and international visitors. The Green Point Common Sports Ground has facilities for cricket in the summer months and rugby in the winter months.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments nightlife During the day, Green Point is a vibrant suburb buzzing with activity and breath-taking views of the oceans and mountains of Cape Town. At night, however, the atmosphere changes completely, with the streets turning into a parade of glitter, giggling and good times. The nightlife in Green Point is some of the best in Cape Town.

 

Open to everyone and truly demonstrating the diversity and liberal mind-set of the people who have chosen the Mother City as their home, many of the clubs and bars are situated within walking distance of various Green Point holiday rentals. Serving as the perfect tourist hotspot, the nightlife in and around the area is quite varied. We have put together a list of some of our favourite places to go in Green Point once the sun has set.

Open to everyone and truly demonstrating the diversity and liberal mind-set of the people who have chosen the Mother City as their home, many of the clubs and bars are situated within walking distance of various Green Point holiday rentals. Serving as the perfect tourist hotspot, the nightlife in and around the area is quite varied. We have put together a list of some of our favourite places to go in Green Point once the sun has set.

 

  • Crew Bar: With all the flamboyant décor and loud dance music, you’d be forgiven for thinking that you had somehow ended up in a club on the party island of Ibiza. Brightly coloured cushions, luxurious couches and bartenders who aren’t afraid to flaunt their bodies have made this club one of Cape Town’s most popular dance spots.
  • Beulah Bar: Close to a number of other bars along Somerset Road, Beulah Bar has become increasingly popular in recent years. With a great dance floor, wonderful DJs and fantastic bar staff, weekends at Beulah Bar are always packed and energetic, putting patrons in the perfect mood for a good night out.
  • Café Manhattan: As a New York themed establishment, Café Manhattan opened its doors in 1994 and has enjoyed roaring success ever since. With specials on beers and burgers, Café Manhattan is a strong contender for Cape Town’s LGBTI community’s favourite place to unwind. Although the café has had many struggles along the way and was on the verge of closing its doors during the economic recession, it still stands tall as one of the new South Africa’s first bars to allow admission to absolutely everyone.
  • Barbosa Social Café: Previously known as the Buena Vista Social Café, Barbosa Social Café’s website pens it as being “centrally located in the hub of trendy Green Point.” Close by to accommodation in Green Point, the café has now upgraded to include three bars, an outdoor area and a brand new menu. Nachos, quesadillas and mouth-watering deserts are amongst the numerous items available on the new menu, as well as a variety of cocktails to add a little bit of razzle-dazzle to your night.
  • ZAR: A little bit further along the Main Road than the Pink Strip, ZAR is one of Cape Town’s better-known clubs. Founded by businessman Kenny Kunene, ZAR is known for elegance, class and exclusivity. The first of its kind in the Mother City, one of the lounge/bar/club’s main attractions is an LED (Light-Emitting Diode) red carpet. Guests are treated like royalty from the moment they step into ZAR, making it a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike.

 

Green Point nightlife is a wonderful reflection of Cape Town itself – diverse, colourful and exciting. There are so many things to do, all of which are so varied. If you’re planning a trip to Cape Town in the near future, be sure to set aside some time for partying in Green Point – it’s simply too tempting to resist!

VIEW APARTMENT LISTINGS IN GREEN POINT

GREEN POINT HOLIDAY APARTMENTS

Green Point, famous for its Market which is open on Sundays, where stalls are set up around Green Point stadium.

 

The Waterfront, Cape Quarter in De Waterkant and Sea Point are the closest for all shopping requirements and Green Point is dominated by a mix of restaurants, bars and lively pubs.

 

Green Point, is one of Cape Town’s trendiest places to hang out in, and for those looking for entertainment; they have a huge variety of restaurants, delis and also coffee bars and most awesome views of the Atlantic Ocean and of Robben Island.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments gives visitors easy access to some of the best attractions Cape Town has to offer.

 

Also the home of the new world class Green Point Stadium with its capacity of over 60 000 people which hosted 6 matches of the FIFA 2010 World Cup during June & July 2010.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments sport and nature
Sport is an important part of Capetonian life. We have a number of sports ground facilities available to locals and international visitors. The Green Point Common Sports Ground has facilities for cricket in the summer months and rugby in the winter months.

 

Green Point Holiday Apartments nightlife During the day, Green Point is a vibrant suburb buzzing with activity and breath-taking views of the oceans and mountains of Cape Town. At night, however, the atmosphere changes completely, with the streets turning into a parade of glitter, giggling and good times. The nightlife in Green Point is some of the best in Cape Town.

 

Open to everyone and truly demonstrating the diversity and liberal mind-set of the people who have chosen the Mother City as their home, many of the clubs and bars are situated within walking distance of various Green Point holiday rentals. Serving as the perfect tourist hotspot, the nightlife in and around the area is quite varied. We have put together a list of some of our favourite places to go in Green Point once the sun has set.

Open to everyone and truly demonstrating the diversity and liberal mind-set of the people who have chosen the Mother City as their home, many of the clubs and bars are situated within walking distance of various Green Point holiday rentals. Serving as the perfect tourist hotspot, the nightlife in and around the area is quite varied. We have put together a list of some of our favourite places to go in Green Point once the sun has set.

 

  • Crew Bar: With all the flamboyant décor and loud dance music, you’d be forgiven for thinking that you had somehow ended up in a club on the party island of Ibiza. Brightly coloured cushions, luxurious couches and bartenders who aren’t afraid to flaunt their bodies have made this club one of Cape Town’s most popular dance spots.
  • Beulah Bar: Close to a number of other bars along Somerset Road, Beulah Bar has become increasingly popular in recent years. With a great dance floor, wonderful DJs and fantastic bar staff, weekends at Beulah Bar are always packed and energetic, putting patrons in the perfect mood for a good night out.
  • Café Manhattan: As a New York themed establishment, Café Manhattan opened its doors in 1994 and has enjoyed roaring success ever since. With specials on beers and burgers, Café Manhattan is a strong contender for Cape Town’s LGBTI community’s favourite place to unwind. Although the café has had many struggles along the way and was on the verge of closing its doors during the economic recession, it still stands tall as one of the new South Africa’s first bars to allow admission to absolutely everyone.
  • Barbosa Social Café: Previously known as the Buena Vista Social Café, Barbosa Social Café’s website pens it as being “centrally located in the hub of trendy Green Point.” Close by to accommodation in Green Point, the café has now upgraded to include three bars, an outdoor area and a brand new menu. Nachos, quesadillas and mouth-watering deserts are amongst the numerous items available on the new menu, as well as a variety of cocktails to add a little bit of razzle-dazzle to your night.
  • ZAR: A little bit further along the Main Road than the Pink Strip, ZAR is one of Cape Town’s better-known clubs. Founded by businessman Kenny Kunene, ZAR is known for elegance, class and exclusivity. The first of its kind in the Mother City, one of the lounge/bar/club’s main attractions is an LED (Light-Emitting Diode) red carpet. Guests are treated like royalty from the moment they step into ZAR, making it a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike.

 

Green Point nightlife is a wonderful reflection of Cape Town itself – diverse, colourful and exciting. There are so many things to do, all of which are so varied. If you’re planning a trip to Cape Town in the near future, be sure to set aside some time for partying in Green Point – it’s simply too tempting to resist!

VIEW APARTMENT LISTINGS IN GREEN POINT

Reset Your Password