Cape Town
Apartment, 2 Guests
Cape Town
Apartment, 2 Guests

A Modern Apartment In the Heart of Cape Town, South Africa

Imagine waking up to an uninterrupted view over the Cape Town rooftops and the ocean. Grab your coffee from the rooftop bar and sip it poolside with the city at your feet and Table Mountain as a backdrop. You are on top of the world!

Welcome to Sky Nest, on the 22nd floor of the city’s tallest residential skyscraper. THE STUDIO IS 100% LOAD SHED FREE DUE TO AN AUTOMATIC BACKUP GENERATOR (NO POWER CUTS!). Located on the trendiest street, Bree Street, cafes, restaurants and shops are just around the corner. It is a 10 min walk to the Waterfront and a 5 min drive to Table Mountain.


Luxurious & Cozy

You will immediately feel at home at Sky Nest. It is both cozy and luxuriously furnished and exudes a great sense of calm and warmth.

The new apartment has a state of the art fully fitted kitchen with top of the range SMEG appliances, double glazed windows, a large TV and air conditioning.

It is ideal for longer stays. Remote workers appreciate the work desk and the fast internet connection.

A huge bonus: There is no load shedding (power interruptions) at Sky Nest as the building has a permanent back up generator.






Exceptional Views

Enjoy a sundowner in a lounge chair by the communal pool high above Cape Town and watch the sun disappear behind Signal Hill, the city and the ocean, turning the sky red. There is simply no better way to experience Cape Town.

Being so high up in the sky feels amazingly peaceful with the bustling city at your feet.


• From ZAR 1200 in the low season

Price per night, 1-2 persons self catering, minimum stay of 2 nights.
Long stay rental opportunity in low season (May – August) at reduced rates.

Swimming Pool

Enjoy a sundowner in a lounge chair by the communal pool high above Cape Town and watch the sun disappear behind Signal Hill,
the city and the ocean, turning the sky red.
The swimming pool on the rooftop terrace is open until 21h00 and is the ideal place to cool off after a hot day, while taking in the breath-taking view of the city, Table Mountain and the ocean.

Table Mountain

What a privilege to have Table Mountain, one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, as a backdrop. It is a special spectacle when the famous table cloth moves over the mountain. If you would like to climb Table Mountain yourself I would happily recommend a guide or you can do it on your own. The 360 degree rotating cable car is also a special experience.

Signal Hill

Signal Hill, which connects Kloof Nek to Lion’s Head, in the distinctive shape of a lion’s rump, is one of the most famous spots for sundowners. Views from the 350m high summit are nothing short of spectacular, particularly at night, and picnic dinners with accompanying drinks is something of a capital pastime.

Rooftop Bar

You don’t even have to leave the building to have a good time. The rooftop bar invites you to linger. Enjoy your morning café or a sunset drink at this intimate bar.


The colourful Bo-Kaap neighborhood has a rich and multicultural history. Formally known as the Malay Quarter, the district is rooted in Malaysian, African, Indian and Sri Lankan culture, largely a result of the descendants of the slaves who were brought over by Dutch imperialists in the 16th and 17th centuries. Today, the area is still known for its vibrant history and blending of creeds.

Outdoor Gym

There is no better backdrop than Table Mountain. Just don’t let this setting distract you when you’re doing your workout. This outdoor cardiovascular gym is located at the back of the roof terrace.

Food & Drink

Restaurants, Nightlife & Shops


Sky Nest is located on Bree Street, which offers some of the most exciting restaurants in downtown.


The nightlife starts just around the corner, making this the perfect place to stay. Cape Town boasts a bustling nightlife scene. There are many places where you can enjoy a sundowner, dance the night away at a nightclub, or enjoy live music from talented local artists. 

Cape Town Waterfront

The V&A Waterfront is one of Africa’s most visited destinations. Situated in the oldest working harbour in South Africa, with the iconic Table Mountain as its backdrop, makes the V&A Waterfront a favourite for local and international visitors. Immerse in a wide variety of attractions and activities like sunset cruises, helicopter flights, free audio tours, or visit the award winning Two Oceans Aquarium and much more.
It’s a 10 minute walk away.

Absolutely loved my stay here. Amazing views of the city. The apartment has got all the features and feels very luxurious. With the convenience of the location – I didn’t have to travel far to get what I needed and also for my outings.  Hope to be back soon and I highly recommend Sky Nest to anyone.





The new apartment has a state of the art fully fitted kitchen with top of the range appliances including a SMEG clothes washer, dishwasher and dryer. 

Work Desk

Remote workers appreciate the work desk and fast internet connection. The complex is load-shedding free (no power cuts) due to a backup generator.

Free WiFi

Sky Nest is a work friendly space with fast uncapped WiFi. Due to an automatic back up generator the studio is load shed proof, with zero downtime!


The TV has Netflix, Prime Vodep, DEOD, Showmax, DSTV and Youtube.

Rooftop Bar

The bar is open from 08h00 – 21h00 daily, offering coffees, wines and drinks.

Dive right in. This is one of the few places in the area swimming pool on the rooftop terrace.

Fitness fans enjoy the communal outdoor gym on the roof terrace with an unobstructed view of Table Mountain. Imagine training like this!

Free Parking

There is a dedicated secure parking bay in the building for your car, offered free of charge.


Security is top-notch. This is ensured by the 24-hour security and reception staff and a high-tech biometric access system.

More Amenities

Bay view • City Skyline View • Harbor View • Mountain View • Ocean View • Pool View • Sea View

Kitchen & Dining

SMEG Refrigerator • Microwave • Pots & Pans, Oil, Salt & Pepper • Bowls, Chopsticks, Plates, Cups, etc. • Freezer • SMEG Dishwasher • SMEG Stainless Steel Induction Stove • SMEG Stainless Steel Oven • Hot Water Kettle • Coffee Maker: French Press • Wine Glasses • Baking Sheet • Coffee


Hair dryer • Cleaning Products • Afriearth Shampoo • Afriearth Conditioner • Shower gel

Bedroom and laundry

Free washer – In unit • Free dryer – In unit • Towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper • Hangers • Bed linens • Extra pillows and blankets • Room-darkening shades • Iron • Clothing storage: close

Heating and cooling

Central air conditioning • Central heating

Home safety

Smoke alarm • Kitchen Carbon monoxide alarm • Fire extinguisher


House Rules
  • Check-in: After 2:00 PM
  • Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Self check-in with lockbox
  • Not suitable for children under 8 years
  • No smoking
  • No pets
  • No parties or events
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Location & Nearby Attractions

Cape Town’s Bree Street has cemented its reputation as the culinary heart of the city. Long Street may be its hedonistic neighbour, and Kloof Street its closest rival, but Bree has comfortably established itself as one of the city’s coolest streets.

Although it’s a destination that’s built its reputation for its various restaurants – including Cape Town’s top bakery, along with award-winning and casual eateries – Bree Street is also home to boutiques, stores and various bars, which keep the drinks flowing until the early hours, albeit with a more mature twist than nearby Long Street.


Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room
It’s a popular remote-working destination, but transforms as the day goes on to become an ideal casual dinner and drinks venue later in the evening.

Chefs Warehouse
High-end street food doesn’t get better than what’s available at Chefs Warehouse. And in spite of its impeccable food, usually ordered as a tapas feast for two, the celebrated restaurant still represents amazing value for money.

Villa 47
The restaurant is a three-floor establishment that celebrates both Italian and broader Mediterranean cuisine. It’s also a good option for dinners with friends as the atmosphere, acoustics and decent service suit a group dynamic.

I Love the Dough
Its popularity has turned it into equal parts eatery and party destination, which might be too much for some diners, but I suggest getting there early if the focus is on the food (amazing pizza).

Culinary Tours

Get a taste of Cape Town Cullinary Tours. These small tour group experiences are designed to connect their guests with unique, local foods and the chefs who prepare them.
I have been on several of their tours, ask me for a recommendation.

Bars & Lounges

Mother’s Ruin Gin Bar
Boasting a drinks menu that’s rich in botanically-adventurous gins, this gin joint also offers cheese boards and charcuterie. Well worth checking out.

Tjing Tjing Rooftop Bar
Located on the third-floor position of a 200-year-old building in Longmarket Street, the rooftop bar at Tjing Tjing is a great spot to watch the world go by.

Hank’s Olde Irish
It’s a dimly lit bar located in the bowels of an actual church, and its original stone walls, labyrinthine layout and wide selection of whiskies and other high-end liquors make it the perfect destination for a late-night drink.


Mungo Design
Where contemporary textile design meets traditional weaving. Mungo Design is a unique textile company with the rare ability to create fabrics from the inception of design to the final product.

Missibaba and Kirsten Goss
Everything in both these neighbouring boutiques is locally designed and handmade.

Skinny laMinx
One shop that I rate highly for its locally produced fabrics and decor accessories is Skinny laMinx.

Day Trips
Keen to experience a malaria free Big 5 safari, not too far from Cape Town, dive with the Great White Sharks or enjoy an authentic Township Tour? The Cape offers a myriad of exciting experiences. I am happy to give you personalised recommendations.

Cape Town is a great city for hiking lovers. There are many incredible trails of different lengths and difficulty levels. From easy routes suitable for children to challenging hikes that require some rock climbing skills. Whether you’re after a windswept coastal wander, a mountainous hike with spectacular views, or a leisurely amble through one of the Cape’s lush nature reserves.

What our guests say

Guest Reviews

“I loved the view when waking up in the morning overlooking the bay of Cape Town – it is magical. The pool area was a special treat as I was able to relax in the sun during winter, this was amazing. The parking bay was such a help and the security in the building world class. This was an incredible stay in Cape Town with warm welcome and super clean, the best I have experienced to date and true gem in the city. Totally recommended to my fellow travelers, you will be lucky to stay here.”


“What a gem in the heart of Cape Town. Once the car was parked, we walked everywhere. The streets are so well lit at night with plenty of security around – we never felt safer. Wow, Gisela, your studio apartment is superb. It is so well-equipped that you have thought of everything: a coffee plunger, a lovely kitchen, super sheets, and a comfortable bed. And on the 27th floor is the bar, pool, and gym. You have terrific views of the city and Table Mountain, and on the other side, stunning views of Sea Point, Robben Island, Bo-Kaap, and Cape Quarter – all within walking distance. Thanks – we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We will certainly be back!!”


“Wonderful studio apartment, beautifully clean & comfortable with everything you need. Very convenient location & easy to get around. Spectacular views with a wonderful roof terrace, with pool & bar area. Gisela is always available & a great communicator. Building security is excellent & very efficient. Great stay, will be back.”


“I am blown away about how peaceful and quiet it is in the studio even though the skyscraper is in central Cape Town. I slept so well here and enjoy all the little luxuries which are offered by the Sky Nest. I will be back”


Your Host

Gisela Piercey

As a Boutique Travel Expert for Southern Africa and Travel Journalist, I fell in love with South Africa a long time ago and have lived in this fascinating country for 16 years. I spent seven years of it in Cape Town and am happy to share my insider tips with you, because you have the best experiences in South Africa when you can get to know the locals and their way of life. Please contact me for insider travel advice! With my company African Twist Travel I offer a Boutique travel planning service for customised holidays in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mocambique.

I co-founded and run the non-profit organisation MEETCHANGEMAKERS, featuring incredibly inspiring South African Changemakers who impact their local communities in a positive way. African Twist Travel clients can socially compensate their trip to South Africa by supporting these Changemakers.

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