The Westin Hotel
IHTC-17 14 – 18 August 2023
Memorable experiences await at The Westin Cape Town. Enjoy exclusive rooms with unique views over the V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain and the whole of Table Bay.
OFFSITE – EASY WALKING DISTANCE (300M) FROM THE VENUE
Standard room from $ 180.00 per room per night, single occupancy, incl. bed & breakfast, 1% tourism levy & value added tax
This hotel is set at the gateway to the V&A Waterfront and located adjacent to the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Hotel guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, free access to the Heavenly Spa, and a free shuttle to the V&A Waterfront.
The Westin Cape Town’s airy rooms have deluxe bedding and floor-to-ceiling windows with views over Cape Town. All rooms have a spacious lounge area with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.
Guests can enjoy a vigorous work-out in the well-equipped gym which boasts panoramic city views. The stylish outdoor pool is a scene of wooden decking and modern furniture. Matched with the contemporary cocktail menu and service, this is the perfect setting for evening cocktails.
Thirty7 Restaurant has a sophisticated décor and serves nouvelle cuisine, all made from fresh local produce. A wide selection of whiskeys and cognacs are available at the Raleighs Bar.
The Westin Cape Town is a 5-minute drive to the Cape Town Stadium. Camps Bay and Clifton Beach are within a 10-minute drive.
All accommodation bookings should be made via the IHTC-17 Registration & Payment Portal.
A block booking with preferential rates has been made by the IHTC-17 organisers at each property. Delegates who make their bookings via the IHTC-17 organisers will have free access to the airport shuttle service.
If you have already registered, you can modify your registration to include accommodation by logging back into the IHTC-17 Registration & Payment Portal.
Best Things To Do in Cape Town
The real question here is what can’t you do in Cape Town. This is a city brimming with adventure, culture, and culinary arts. Start your day with a morning trip up Table Mountain; with clearer skies in the early hours, you’ll be able to enjoy spectacular views of the city. From here, you can head to Boulders or Clifton Beach for some sun, sand, and surf, or you can experience the Mother City’s rich history. Robben Island and The District Six Museum both do a fantastic job recounting the city’s struggle to overcome apartheid. And Bo-Kaap and Greenmarket Square provide a fascinating glimpse into Cape Town’s Afrikaan and Muslim traditions. Just make sure to dedicate some time to the city’s wine culture: Touring the vineyards at Constantia or sipping a chilled white along the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront are musts.