The Silo Hotel Review

Looking for a chic and stylish Cape Town retreat? Look no further than the Silo Hotel (@thesilohotel_). The high-style boutique property occupies a 1924-era grain silo, which has since been revamped and modernized (think floor-to-ceiling glass windows, geometric shapes, and, of course, sweeping city views). It’s housed six floors above the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, where you’ll find the largest collection of contemporary African art in the entire continent. Each of The Silo’s 28 spacious rooms features a balcony and a curated collection of African art. They’re also equipped with sky-high ceilings, stunning statement pieces, eclectic decor, and industrial-inspired design. On-site amenities include three elegant bars and restaurants (one of which is on the rooftop), a private art gallery exclusively designed for hotel guests, and a tranquil spa for unwinding (don’t miss the CBD treatments). The sprawling, 2,012-square-foot penthouse, which faces the iconic Table Mountain, is also not to be missed. Highlights include elaborate crystal chandeliers, beautiful artwork, colorful and bold patterns — plus a soaking tub that overlooks the surrounding city. The oversized private balcony offers postcard-worthy views of the city skyline. In terms of location, the surrounding area is quiet and peaceful, and guests can take in the beautiful V&A waterfront views right from their rooms — sans the noise or crowds.

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