The interiors are luxury nautical, with shades of blue and wooden textures. My friend Zihle and I booked into our Business Class Suite.
The interior of hotel suite
Our room had magnificent views of the small yacht mooring, Green Point Stadium and the ocean stretched all the way to the horizon. First things first, we cracked open the minibar and enjoyed a glass of champagne on our private balcony. The sound of the ocean provides a perfect soundtrack for a chilled afternoon.
After our sundowners we took a stroll on the pier for some fresh air, which provides a fantastic backdrop for taking photos.
Us walking on the pier
Sunset means fruity cocktails on the deck, next to the infinity pool.
Sundowners at the terrace
For dinner, the Tobago's Restaurant new summer menu was impressive, making it hard for us choose. I settled on the Cauliflower Lasagna, with parmesan cream sauce, eggplant and other veg. Delicious!
Then straight to bed for the best night’s sleep I’ve had in ages. Perhaps it was the fresh sea air, or the luxurious bed. For breakfast we had a great spread of cereals, fruits, eggs, bacon, fresh juices and pastries.
At Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, you practically have everything a girl could ask for. Fast wifi, an on-site spa, top-class food at Tobago's Restaurant, all you can drink Nespresso coffee, amazing service and luxury, open plan hotel suites. And if you feel like oogling some fashion at the V&A there is a complimentary hotel shuttle to the nearby V&A Waterfront.
A “must do” for locals and tourists alike! Visit them at www.radissonblu.com for more information.