By a Staff Reporter
THE Western Cape has seen a significant rise in tourism in recent months. Cape Town has claimed its spot as a top-rated South African destination among travellers who desire one trip with endless fascinating experiences. The city’s natural beauty and iconic attractions, like Robben Island, Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, and Groot Constantia, draw tourists from all over.
In a recent poll conducted by The Telegraph in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Cape Town were voted the top travel destinations worldwide, claiming the titles of Best County and The Greatest City in the World.
The Western Cape Province showcases a diverse cultural heritage that blends modern city living with biodiversity-rich rural charm on the south-western coast of South Africa.
With an influx in travellers, One Thibault Residence by ITC Hospitality Group, Cape Town’s latest apart hotel, offering 270 suites is the latest solution to cater to the needs of corporate and leisure travellers.
Charlene van Zyl, General Manager, One Thibault Residence, agrees, “We eagerly welcome all visitors from around the world and hold a special affinity for those seeking both work and luxury opportunities. One Thibault Residence is ready to showcase its beauty, culture, and hospitality to all who venture to explore our beautiful city”.
According to ITC Hospitality Group, the trend towards apart hotels is particularly prevalent amongst corporate travellers. They may be looking for extended-stay accommodation and hardly want to be confined to a traditional hotel room but rather have an apartment to call “home” while working remotely. But the apart hotel appeal is also expanding with a broad spectrum of travellers as its benefits resonate with project-based workers, digital nomads and leisure travellers.
“Cape Town is a city brimming with exciting sights to discover. To fully experience the wonders, it’s essential to visit the Cape Town Big 6: Robben Island Museum, V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Point, Groot Constantia and Table Mountain Aerial Cableway,” says Charlene van Zyl.