5.0* Hotel

With the Simonsberg, Du Toitskloof and Franschhoek mountains as backdrop, Babylonstoren's garden is majestic.

Your Travel Experience with Where To Africa

South Africa’s world-famous wines are produced mostly in the Cape Winelands – a region of great beauty, fertile soil and historic towns surrounded by impressive mountains. One of the country’s most visited destinations, the Cape Winelands is close to Cape Town and the international airport. One of South Africa’s loveliest towns dating back to 1679, Stellenbosch was named after Simon van der Stel, father of the South African wine industry and the first governor of the Cape. The town is just 20 minutes' drive from Babylonstoren and has over the years become home to one of the top universities in the country. The Dutch settlers quickly realised that the fertile soil and agricultural conditions were well suited to viticulture and today Stellenbosch still