Waters Edge 219
About Waters Edge 219
Experience an exceptional vacation in one of Cape Town’s most vibrant lifestyle estates, Century City. This one bedroom self-catering apartment is trendy and perfectly located for guests to enjoy the best attractions and lovely natural settings.
This apartment can accommodate 2 guests to spend their vacation stay here together. The lounge is furnished with a comfortable couch and flat screen TV. The bedroom has a comfortable Queen sized bed with en-suite that is equipped with a shower.
Century City is a contemporary setting that is ideal for a vacation and this stunning apartment is no exception. While enjoying a stay in this apartment, there will be no shortage of excitement and discovery. The kitchen is open planned and fully-equipped with modern appliances, and guests can enjoy sundowners or dine on the balcony that overlooks the river. Century City is also regularly visited by business travelers, thanks to its convenient distance from the city and close proximity to the Century City business parks.
The Waters Edge complex is secure and perfectly placed in the heart of all the excitement. Guests need only step outside to be enveloped in the vibrant atmosphere. Canal Walk Shopping Centre is only a short walk away, along with an array of restaurants and the exquisite Intake Island.
The nearest beach is only a 10 minute drive away, while Cape Town’s city centre is easily accessible from the N1 highway, being only a 15 minute drive away. The MyCiTi bus route is but a walk away from the apartment and is considered a safe and cost effective way to travel from one place to the next in Cape Town, while also presenting an opportunity to meet friendly locals along the way.
• Rates are quoted per day.
• R 3000 refundable damage deposit hold.
• Advertised rates and minimum stays are seasonal.
• Bookings of 8 nights and longer will include a compulsory mid stay clean with fresh linen, this will be an additional charge payable to the property manager.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling