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Legend - Accommodation

No of Rooms: 29 Room service: Yes
Restaurant: Yes Spa Facilities: Yes
Air-conditioning: Yes Honeymoon suite: Yes
Swimming pool: Yes Wedding package available:
Wheelchair access: Yes Hotel Shuttle service:


Legend - Venue

Dimensions of wedding venue: Seating Banquet (no of pax):
Catering available: Yes Audio Visual equipment available:
Catering staff available: Yes Dance floor available:
Bar staff available: Yes Décor available: 
On-site wedding co-ordinator: Air-conditioning available: Yes
Kosher catering: Wheelchair access: Yes
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ABOUT US

 

V&A Waterfront, Cape Town - The Silo Hotel occupies a very special location in the heart of Cape Town and has been built in the grain elevator portion of the historic grain silo building which was originally built in 1924. The Silo Hotel has 28 keys across seven room categories, including a spectacular penthouse.

Facilities at the hotel include The Silo Spa (with five treatment rooms, a manicure and pedicure area, a sauna as well as a state of the art gym), The Willaston Bar and Granary Café on the sixth floor and the rooftop bar and restaurant. With panoramic views of Table Mountain and Robben Island in the Atlantic Ocean, The Silo Hotel welcomes both international guests and local visitors.

The Silo Hotel is situated above Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA) which will house the single largest collection of contemporary African art in the world. London based Heatherwick Studio was responsible for the reimagining of the exterior of the grain silo building, which contains both the museum and the hotel above. The greatest visible change to the grain silo's monumental structure is the addition of the pillowed glass windows, inserted into the existing geometry of the upper floors. These windows bulge outward as if gently inflated. By night, this will transform the building into a glowing lantern or beacon in the harbour.