Central, convenient and easy to reach

Century City is an ideal base from which to explore Cape Town

Whether you’re heading into Cape Town’s CBD or the V&A Waterfront, the beaches of the Atlantic Seaboard, the South Peninsula or the West Coast, or out into the Durbanville or Stellenbosch winelands, Century City is a great place to explore from. The N1 freeway connects with other major routes, like the N7 the M5 and the N2, to give you free-flowing access to just about all the Cape’s top attractions.

 

How to Get to Century City

Directions from Cape Town CBD and the V&A Waterfront

  1. Take the Table Bay Boulevard/N1 freeway heading east
  2. Continue on Table Bay Boulevard/N1 until Sable Road/Exit 10
  3. At the traffic lights at the top of the exit, turn left into Sable Road
  4. Continue on Sable Road until it turns right and becomes Ratanga Road
  5. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights into Century Boulevard

Directions from Cape Town International Airport

  1. From the Airport Approach Road, take the Settlers Way/N2 to Cape Town
  2. Continue on the Settlers Way/N2 freeway for 16,9 kilometres
  3. Take Exit 9 to merge onto the M5 towards N1/Milnerton
  4. Take the exit onto Table Bay Boulevard/N1
  5. Continue on Table Bay Boulevard/N1 until Sable Road/Exit 10
  6. At the traffic lights at the top of the exit, turn left into Sable Road
  7. Continue on Sable Road until it turns right and becomes Ratanga Road
  8. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights into Century Boulevard

Plenty of secure, convenient parking available

As a well-planned New Urban estate, Century City’s urban planners have made provision for plenty of parking for residents and visitors alike.

This is especially true of the Bridgeways precinct, in which both the Century City Urban Square and the Century City Bridgewater Hotels are to be found. Here super-basement parking has been constructed beneath the Century CIty Conference Centre and the Urban Square itself, more than ample for guests and conference delegates. These basement parking areas should be accessed via the P1 and P2 entrances.

A dedicated multi-level parking structure has been added to this popular node, P3, which contributes another 324 bays over five floor levels.

Guests at the Bridgewater Hotel or Bridgewater Apartments will have access to parking in the Bridgewater One parking basement, directly below their accommodation.

Public Transport Options to Century CIty

Golden Arrow Bus Service

The Golden Arrow Bus Service provides direct bus service from the Cape Town CBD to Century City along the N1. Alternative bus routes run along Bosmansdam Road to Montague Gardens, where commuters can then use the MyCiTi bus service to their final destination in Century City.

MyCiTi Bus Service

The MyCiTi busses run all the way around Century City’s grand ring road, Century Boulevard, with an additional route running through the Bridgeways precinct right past the Century City Urban Square. This provides a most convenient way to get into the CBD and back.

Railway Service

The Century City Station forms part of the Cape Town — Bellville Route (via Monte Vista). From this station, it is a quick and pleasant walk into the heart of the Bridgeways precinct, where both the Urban Square Hotel, and the Bridgewater Hotel are located.

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