Hotel Sky is like nothing else in South Africa. The ride is open to guests and the public says its owner, Paul Kelley.
Cape Town has a brand-new hotel, and it is something special.
The 28-floor Metlife Centre – formerly an office block, and one of the tallest buildings on the foreshore – has been converted into a residential building known as Hotel Sky.
You may have noticed the building outlined in red, with a prominent vertical structure in place during the day.
The object is a 30-metre thrill ride that takes you up on a chair lift, giving you a bird’s eye view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The 535-room hotel has Artificially Intelligent robot staff and a restaurant on the 26th floor.
Rooms start at R795 with breakfast included.
Refilwe Moloto interviewed Paul Kelley, the owner of Hotel Sky.
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