Maremoto - Hotel & Restaurant

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230 Long Street
Cape Town
Western Cape 
South Africa
021 422 5877

Maremoto -- Hotel & Restaurant

Step off the bustle of Long Street into this cool white oasis, which blends colonial touches with high glamour - like a massive crystal chandelier hanging above the plump couches in front of the fire place. Out back is a long narrow courtyard with ornate cast-iron chairs and tables, a potted lemon tree laden with yellow fruit and tranquil water features. You can still see Long Street through the metal gate but you are removed enough to safely sit back, sip a coffee, eat an open sandwich roughly the size of your head, and work on your laptop using the free Wi-Fi. We call it a hidden city gem.

Hours: 8.00am-9.00pm Mon-Sat.

Main Courses: R65.

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