The Table Bay In Cape Town Set To Reopen In November

The reopening of The Table Bay in Cape Town is now proposed for 1 November following the easing of South Africa’s lockdown restrictions on 18 August from Level 3 to Level 2.

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Table Bay has put extensive health and safety protocols in place in order to ensure the safety of guests and staff when the hotel reopens.

The protocols are based on advice from local and international health experts as well as the World Health Organisation.

Measures include stringent cleaning and sanitising, physical distancing both in front and back-of-house, temperature checks on entry and completing medical questionnaires on arrival.

All Sun International properties, including The Table Bay, have been certified by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) with the international ‘Safe Travels’ destination stamp.

The stamp, gives guests the reassurance that the WTTC has examined and approved the health and hygiene protocols in place, and has found that they match or exceed internationally benchmarked protocols.

For information and bookings for The Table Bay in Australia and New Zealand, contact Svetlana Jovanovic at The Unique Tourism Collection on or (61 2) 9211 6590.

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