The Lobby Lounge

With its two grand entrances, the former banking hall of the old Reserve Bank is now the welcoming hotel Lobby. With its meticulously restored fluted marble columns and original chandeliers, The Lobby Lounge and Bar is the perfect place to unwind with reviving cup of coffee or tea, a slice of heavenly cake or an evening aperitif.

Cuisine - Breakfast,Beverages
Timing - All Day
Dress code - Smart Casual
Average Price for 2 people
$28 *
Lobby Lounge at Taj Cape Town
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