Light rays, falling on the tall windows, glass fronted lifts and balconies, are reflected beautifully in the foyer, which is tiled with ceramics and decorated with springstone and opaline African carvings. The charming staff, who are always eager to assist, complete the initial picture of a wonderful place to stay, and indeed so it is.
The hotel offers 82 standard rooms, 13 superior rooms, 71 business class rooms and 11 two bedroom suites. The newly refurbished 55sq metre en suite business class marina facing rooms have a modern look and feel with clean lines and an emphasis on simplicity. The bath and shower are each enclosed in glass surrounds and there are separate his and her wash basins. Plasma screen television sets in the lounge and bedroom are there for those moments of leisure or to catch up with developments in the rest of the world. The two bedroom luxury suite also has a fully equipped kitchenette; plasma screen television sets in each bedroom and lounge, and is all of 110sq metres. All rooms, except for standard, have private balconies that look out towards Table Mountain across the marina or towards Robben Island. There is a wireless network throughout the hotel, conveniently providing free internet services to guests
The One Wellness Centre, offering a good gym workout using state of the art equipment an array of beauty therapy and soothing treatments, is just the place to head for to unwind and rejuvenate body and soul. But, if you choose to give it a miss, there is a comfortaby heated, all year round, rim flow indoor swimming pool on your way to the centre.
One of the many joys of staying at the Radisson Hotel at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is the spectacular, wide angled view one gets of the sun setting across the Atlantic Ocean, whilst sipping cocktails in the bar or having dinner on the terrace.