Halaal Hotels in Cape Town

Muslims make up about 3% of South Africa’s population of nearly 60 million. Muslims have lived in South Africa for hundreds of years and have several mosques and heritage sites across the country. The largest Muslim population in South Africa is located in the Western Cape region
By Crescent Rating, South Africa is 30th rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
How many mosques are there in Cape Town?
With a large number of mosques found across the length and breadth of Cape Town—there are nine mosques in the Bo-Kaap alone—the choice is wide and you may want to attend both local community mosques as well as the older mosques that are an integral part of the city’s culture and history.
The Muslim friendly hotel means a hotel that has Islamic characteristics that can provide basic facilities that are more friendly to Muslim customers such as a Qibla direction indicator, the availability of prayer tools, the presence of halal food / list of nearby restaurants that provide halal food.

Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.


Many international hotels in Cape Town do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.

Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.

1. Col’Cacchio – V&A Waterfront
2. Bukhara V&A Waterfront
3.126 Cape Kitchen & Cafe
4. Atlantic Express Train Restaurant
5. Biesmiellah

Best Day Tours in Cape Town for Muslim Travelers

Cape Town is a port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city, the busy harbor and boats heading for Robben Island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, which is now a living museum


See all Day Trips in Cape Town on Cape Town.

1.Hyatt Regency Cape Town 5* – Halaal Hotels in Cape Town

Hyatt Regency Cape Town

Located less than 1 km from the International Convention Centre and bordering the historical Bo-Kaap, the Hyatt Regency, a Halaal Hotels Cape Town offers a 24-hour gym and free WiFi facilities.

The spacious and modern, air-conditioned guest rooms at the Hyatt Regency Cape Town come with a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, desk and safe. Each room also has a private bathroom with a separate shower and tub.

Video Review of Hyatt Regency Cape Town

Immerse yourself in the culture and color of one of Cape Town’s most vibrant neighborhoods, Bo-Kaap.
This historic area is rich with brightly painted houses, spice shops, and cafes, to satiate your desire for discovery.
Taste your way through a flavor-filled Cape Malay gastronomic experience along two of the city’s hottest food and beverage streets, Kloof and Bree, both walking distance from the 5-star hotel.
Why You Should Book Hyatt Regency Cape Town
If you make it in before dark, you just might catch a sunset-kissed view of Table Mountain or Signal Hill.
Friendly staff. Great service.Very helpful.Being Muslim a fully halal hotel was a plus.
We could have a delicious breakfast.Staff was so polite and always helpful.
My family are already saying that our next trip we are staying at this hotel.
Excellent staff, wonderful location beautiful facilities . Would recommend this hotel for families, individuals or just business a trip.
I was here for both relaxation and business and really enjoyed the space.
Their team went out of their way to make sure that we had everything we need and that we have a beautiful stay.
They even remembered our names. I was blown away by their services. The breakfast was amazing. The hotel is clean and neat.
Room was spacious and bed was huge and comfortable. Shower was 1st class. All request were seen to immediately.
Sauna and steam room looked tempting. Pool would have been better indoors as CT does not always have good weather.
Why You Should not Book Hyatt Regency Cape Town
I booked a couple nights using World of Hyatt annual free night certificates, and due to the Hyatt system only allowing you to book one night at a time using these certificates (unlike Marriott, which allows you to use multiple certificates in one reservation for multiple days), it was in separate reservations.
Upon check-in I informed the front desk staffer of this, but was told I would need to re-register the following morning, and that they couldn’t guarantee the same room for me, which I have never had happen at a Hyatt hotel before in this situation. Between this inconvenience, and the noise, I opted to cut my planned stay short and head elsewhere. This brings me to my second issue – the hotel is NOISY.
The walls are paper thin and you will hear everything coming from not only the hallways, but also vehicles on the street, and even people talking / shouting outside on the street.
Halaal Hotels Cape Town
Halaal Hotels Cape Town

How much does a room costs at Hyatt Regency Cape Town?

Prices start 91$/night for King Room with City View. The King Room with Table Mountain view -Club Access is 135$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This room comes with parquet floors, a reading chair, a 55-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and separate bathroom with bath and shower.

This room allows access to the Regency Club Lounge, where benefits includes: complimentary continental breakfast, daytime tea and coffee, evening canapes and soft drinks served complimentary as well as access to Regency Club boardroom.

Where to book onlineHyatt Regency Cape Town – Halaal Hotels Cape Town you can find the best halal hotels deals in Hotels during Delheim Harvest Festival  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cape Town  on Booking.com or Hotels.com or  Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

2. Taj Cape Town 5* – Halaal Hotels in Cape Town South Africa

Situated in the heart of Cape Town, Taj Cape Town a Halaal Hotels Cape Town is within walking distance of many tourist attractions and businesses.

Hotel guests can enjoy free WiFi, access to the Jiva Grande Spa and a free shuttle to the V&A Waterfront daily.

Most rooms and suites have a balcony, while all of them are elegantly designed with classical furnishings.

All air-conditioned accommodation has a flat-screen TV and the marble bathroom includes a rain shower and large bath tub.

Video Review of Taj Cape Town

The 3-level Mint restaurant serves guests a wide variety of international cuisines.

This refined hotel is set across a modern tower, a 19th-century office block and a 1932 bank, and is an 8-minute walk from Cape Town train station.

Why You Should Book Taj Cape Town Hotel

Elegant rooms come with minibars, free Wi-Fi, iPod docks and smart TVs.

Some present high ceilings or private balconies. Suites add lounges and butler service.

A 2-floor penthouse suite offers views of Table Mountain, plus a gym and a steam room.

Suite and club-room guests have access to a lounge with free breakfast, high tea and evening cocktails. Room service is offered.

Dining options include 3 restaurants and a lobby lounge.

There’s also an Ayurvedic spa, a fitness centre and an indoor pool.

Explore the city right from our doorstep. Originally home to the South African Reserve Bank and Temple Chambers and, later, the Board of Executors (BoE), Taj Cape Town effortlessly combines the legacy of the old with the luxury of the new.

Located in the centre of the old city, it boasts a strong sense of place and is within walking distance to some of South Africa’s foremost landmarks and attractions and an eclectic array of shops, galleries and restaurants.

Spread across two heritage buildings, all 176 rooms have spectacular city views or overlook the iconic Table Mountain.

The breakfast was a delicious spread with good variety. The friendly and helpful staff most certainly made our stay memorable.

Special thanks goes out to: Samantha and Andile who prepared our breakfast separately and ensured our Halal needs were met.

Here are few suggestions that I believe if implemented, can make Taj a cut above the rest
1. Include Halaal items in room service menu.
2. Include Halal cold meats on breakfast menu.

Location: excellent near St George’s Mall with plenty of food including halal options, opposite the beautiful Company Gardens with regular shuttles to the V & A and the table mountain gateway.

Hotel: private and luxurious feel and most important of all, felt safe. Ideal if family trip.

Staff: gregarious and very friendly staff at concierge, reception and breakfast. Just the right amount of friendliness without being over-intrusive.

Occasional lapses by housekeeping eg. cleaned cutlery not replaced but made up for the luxurious feel of the room.

Highly recommended if you are in Cape Town.

Location: Fantastic downtown location. Very safe. Bang opposite St. George’s Cathedral.

Right next to Long Street (the cool street with art galleries, neat restaurants and boutiques). Walking distance to Bo-Kaap (Cape Malay community with those colorful houses). 5 minutes by cab to the waterfront and wharf.

View. Absolutely STUNNING view. Our room overlooked the historic St. George’s Cathedral. Table mountain literally loomed over us. Flanked on both sides by two other peaks.

City lights laid out at night. A partial view of what I think is the Company Gardens. We had a room on the 11th floor with a balcony.

From my balcony I could see 5 distinct types of architecture (if you are into that kind of thing, which I am)

Room: Very conducive to ‘romance’. Floor to ceiling glass, both in the rooms as well as the bathroom.

You can take in the view lying in your bathtub and then lower the shades in the bathroom when you need privacy.

Modern and tasteful decor.

Private and great sound insulation – I slept like a baby. Ask for a room facing the mountains and a higher floor.

Amenities – greatly exceeded expectations. For instance, their shower caps. So what you say, all hotels have them. Well this one came with a soft hair band ( ladies -or men – with long hair – you know what I am talking about!!!).

Anyway nice little touches that made all the difference.

Why You Should NOT Book Taj Cape Town Hotel

Highly understaffed and poorly managed. Not a good value for the very high premium that one would pay.
Took us more than 1 hour to check in and check out. Staff is courteous but they can’t handle the workload due to the size of the hotel.

They promise various amenities like free transfers within 10km, walking tours etc but the facilities are almost never available.
Quality of food in restaurants and in-room dining is average by Taj standards

Halaal Hotels in Cape Town
Halaal Hotels in Cape Town

How much does a room costs at Taj Cape Town?

Prices start 147$/night for Luxury King Room with City View – Tower Win. The Luxury Twin Room with Mountain View – Tower Wing
is 163$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Offering a view of Table Mountain, this spacious twin room features a private walk-out balcony and luxury amenities.

The room is equipped with ironing facilities, air-conditioning, tea-and-coffee-making facilities and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The private bathroom is fitted with a bath and shower.

Where to book onlineTaj Cape Town – Halaal Hotels in Cape Town you can find the best halal hotels deals in Hotels during Delheim Harvest Festival  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cape Town  on Booking.com or Hotels.com or  Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

3. The Capetonian 4* – Halaal Hotels Cape Town

Set in Cape Town, 1.9 km from Robben Island Ferry, The Capetonian offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness centre and a shared lounge.

Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.

Video Review of The Capetonian Hotel Cape Town

The units come with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fridge, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. At the hotel all rooms are equipped with a wardrobe and a private bathroom.

The Capetonian offers a buffet or Full English/Irish breakfast.

Why You Should Book The Capetonian Hotel

In Cape Town city centre, this stylish hotel is a 6-minute walk from the CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre), 1.1 km from Cape Town’s Parliament, and 2.9 km from the V&A Waterfront (shopping and entertainment area).

Traditional rooms come with satellite TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. All have mountain or ocean views.

A halal restaurant serves international buffet meals. There’s also a bar.

Other amenities include a fitness centre, a business centre, and conference facilities, as well as freebies such as parking and a shuttle to the V&A Waterfront.

Situated: close to the Waterfront and central town

Service: friendly and helpful

Rooms:  we got upgraded to a spacious Room 1207 with heartfelt thanks to Giselle and Dimitri who made our stay  super comfortable

Breakfast: delicious  buffet and caters for halal.

Amenities:  outside secure parking, tea, coffee facilities available, safe, lounge, coffee machine, bath robes, safe.

Overall good service. Rooms are clean and cozy. Centrally located, close to stores and nightlife.

They offer buffet breakfast, lunch and supper at an additional cost. Authentic Cape Malay cooking, halal with a variety of dishes. Worth a try if you’re staying for a night or two.

My room had a view of the Convention Center and I could also catch the beautiful sunrise from it.

Breakfast was included with a spread of delicious halal food.

Capetonian is situated in a central location where one can easily reach other interesting places of Cape Town.

Rooms are comfortable with sufficient packing space and a decent bathroom. I had a balcony room facing the CTICC and harbour behind, they offer mountain view rooms as well. Rooms have digital safes.

Housekeeping was efficient and the overall cleanliness of the rooms and general areas was up to standard. Had a few maintenance issues, including faulty mini fridge and faulty sliding door.

Both were replaced/repaired swiftly.

Restaurant is pleasant and spacious.

All food is halal and no alcohol is allowed on premises.

Breakfast was included, and was on par with most establishments of this type and grading. Restaurant staff were friendly and attentive. Haven’t tried the dinner buffet.

Lobby area is always neat and the staff, from doorman to receptionists are always welcoming.

Staff in general are very friendly.

Location is central, with the V&A Waterfront a 15 minute walk away. Signal Hill and Table Mountain are a 15 minute drive, Lower Long Street begins behind the hotel and Bo-kaap is a 10 minute drive.

Overall a good hotel at a fair rate. The staff make the difference and are always on hand to help.

The hotel rates are cheap for the service and amenities provided.

The room provided was comfortable with a double bed, settee, office desk, TV, Radio alarm, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, an ensuite bathroom/shower with soap, shampoo and body gel/wash provided and plenty of bath towels.

No mini-bar is found in the room. Wake up calls can be booked and room service provided 24 hrs of the day.

This hotel has a wide variety of cuisines and dishes provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

A spread of food was available – the inclusion ofhalal‘ dishes (curried and not curried) has made this hotel rather unique to those found in the neighbourhood.

Why You Should Not Book The Capetonian

The location of hotel is very very good as it lies very close to V&A waterfront and Parliament Street. You will find bars, restaurants nearby.

However, despite being a very very old hotel, the service of the hotel sucks badly. You will have to wait for close to 30 minutes for simple things.

The room allotted to me was also very poor. Being a room for 2 people, the room had queen size bed not very comfortable for 2 people.

Halal Hotels Cape Town
Halal Hotels Cape Town

How much does a room costs at The Capetonian?

Prices start 81$/night for Superior Twin Room. The Suite Room is 135$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite has a balcony, electric kettle and soundproofing.

Where to book onlineThe Capetonian – Halal Hotels Cape Town you can find the best halal hotels deals in Hotels during Delheim Harvest Festival  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cape Town  on Booking.com or Hotels.com or  Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

4. One&Only Cape Town 5* – Halal Hotels Cape Town

One&Only Cape Town

Situated on the V&A Waterfront, this luxury and Halaal Hotels Cape Town boasts panoramic views of Table Mountain.

It has an outdoor infinity pool, a sun-lounger terrace and a spa. Free Wi-Fi is available.

One&Only Cape Town offers elegant rooms and suites with a private balcony.

Rooms also have a tea/coffee maker and a TV with a DVD player. Each marble bathroom features a rain shower and a separate bath.

Video Review of One&Only Cape Town

Guests can unwind at the spa, which offers a sauna and a range of massages. There is also a modern gym, and a movie and game lounge.

Why You Should Visit One&Only Cape Town

Offering views of Table Mountain, this upmarket hotel on the bustling V&A Waterfront is a 9-minute walk from Cape Town Diamond Museum.

The classy rooms feature private balconies and free Wi-Fi, as well as iPod docks, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and Nespresso machines. Suites add separate living spaces, and some have kitchens, fireplaces and/or butler service.

Some rooms and suites are located on an island. Room service is offered.

Breakfast is free, and there’s an acclaimed Japanese restaurant, a modern bistro and a stylish lobby bar.

Other amenities include an outdoor infinity pool, a posh spa, a fitness center and a kids’ activity program.

One&Only Cape Town provides a comprehensive range of luxury services and accommodation, and serves as a gateway to the myriad of experiences in the city and on the continent – from safaris to pristine beaches to the exploration of the world-renowned Cape wine region.

The resort’s feel is contemporary whilst drawing on Africa’s culture and heritage.

The rooms and suites, the largest in Cape Town with a minimum size of 63 square metres, all have a private terrace or balcony.

The rooms in the Marina Rise have panoramic views of Table Mountain, and the rooms on the resort’s adjoining island have a distinctive resort feel and convenient access to the infinity pool and separate Spa Island.

Had 12 friends for the evening. The staff Went the extra mile to cater halal meals for all. Really appreciate. Please support the hotel especially for the halal food.

As we entered the hotel you get the stunning views of table mountain- breathtaking!

The room we got was Harbor facing with stunning views of the waterfront. The room is also very very spacious.

They even had a camp cot baby bed laid out for our little one along with baby bath products.

They even had a nappy bin placed in the bathroom! Talk about going the extra mile! The bath amenities in this hotel are also worth mentioning as they are luxurious.

The slippers they gave us to use in the room were also comfy, padded and high quality- just like the ones you’d find at a high end department store.

Breakfast is served at Reuben’s and they have a lovely spread with a lot of variety. The waitress happily made our breakfast eggs for us completely separate as we only eat halal.

Why You Should NOT Visit One&Only Cape Town

Halal Hotels Cape Town
Halal Hotels Cape Town

How much does a room costs at One&Only Cape Town?

Prices start 862$/night for Island Superior King Room. The One Bedroom Island Grand Suite is 1608$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite has a balcony, seating area and air conditioning.

Where to book onlineOne&Only Cape Town – Halal Hotels Cape Town you can find the best halal hotels deals in Hotels during Delheim Harvest Festival  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cape Town  on Booking.com or Hotels.com or  Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

5. Cape View Clifton 5* – Halaal Hotels in Cape Town

Cape View Clifton

Cape View Clifton is overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, offering splendid views from each of the suites. It offers a pool and fitness centre. Clifton Beach is about 3 km away.

All luxurious and modern suites have air conditioning and offer a private balcony with stunning sea views. The 2-and 3-bedroom suites have a hot tub on the terrace and offer a fully equipped kitchen. Free-Wi-Fi is available in all areas.

Video Review of Cape View Clifton

A continental breakfast is served every morning. A variety of restaurants serving local and international cuisine can be found within 3 km.

Set on a hillside overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this genteel adults-only guesthouse is 7 km from hiking on Table Mountain and 25 km from Cape Town International Airport.

The 7 refined suites offer Wi-Fi access, flat-screens and mini fridges, plus sitting areas, balconies and ocean views.

The 2- and 3-bedroom suites add whirlpool baths, kitchens and separate living areas.

Why You Should Book Cape View Clifton

Breakfast and parking are complimentary. There’s also a terrace with ocean views.

Other amenities include an outdoor pool and an exercise room, as well as a lounge and a dining area.

Cape View Clifton is a centrally located luxury guesthouse. It boasts uninterrupted panoramic views of Clifton, Camps Bay and the Twelve Apostles.

Recently refurbished, each suite is designed to provide privacy and the utmost comfort, optimizing the view and creating an intimate space to be enjoyed by guests.

Cape View Clifton offers guests traveling in small groups or with family, two and three bedroom suites.

These are created and decorated for a laid back and relaxed stay.

All suites have private outdoor balconies overlooking the breathtaking coastline for guests to enjoy, with all the comforts of home in mind.

This property blew us away with the stylish rooms, gorgeous pool deck, perfect location, and delicious daily breakfasts!

Attention down to the last detail is apparent in every room, from candles placed aside the fantastic soaking tub to all-day self-serve Nespresso in the pantry to the smiling staff who knew us by name from the moment we checked in!

Felt like home instantly, and we even extended by a few extra nights because we didn’t want to leave!

Will definitely return every time we visit Cape Town.

I had the pleasure of coming to Cape Town for our honeymoon, and staying at the Cape View Clifton was the highlight of the trip.

There is no other hotel that provides the level of customer service like Cape View.

From the amazing gourmet breakfast buffet, to the customizable breakfast options, it was the bed & breakfast of my dreams!

The views from our room were unparalleled and everyone who works there feels like family.

This place really felt like home even though we were only there a short amount of time.

A stunning boutique hotel which really delivers that home from home feel.

Breathtaking views which really depict Cape Town, can’t do enough for you to make your stay memorable and generous size rooms.

Breakfasts were amazing and the ability to lounge and relax in the evenings on the deck and help yourself was very special.

Why You Should NOT Book Cape View Clifton

Halaal Hotels in Cape Town
Halaal Hotels in Cape Town

How much does a room costs at Cape View Clifton?

Prices start 862$/night for Island Superior King Room. The One Bedroom Island Grand Suite is 1608$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite has a balcony, seating area and air conditioning.

Where to book online Cape View Clifton – Halaal Hotels in Cape Town you can find the best halal hotels deals in Hotels during Delheim Harvest Festival  which  is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cape Town  on Booking.com or Hotels.com or  Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.