The pane glass windows bulge outwards, giving the building an overall impression of being lightly inflated, a gentle nod towards its' original use as a grain silo.
The Silo Hotel and Zeitz MOCAA.
Sun setting on The Silo Hotel.
Each window has 56 panels of glass.
The exquisite pillowed windows of The Silo Hotel as seen from the sculpture garden of Zeitz MOCAA.
The doormen waiting to welcome guests.
The ground floor hotel lobby with the spectacular Haldane Martin chandelier. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
The eclectic art in the hotel lobby with several commissioned pieces. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
The Vault, The Silo Hotel's underground parking entrance and private art gallery.
The Silo Spa offers a variety of truly unique treatments.
The Silo Hotel Gym.
The sixth floor reception.
The Silo Boutique located by the 6th floor concierge desk. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
The sixth floor reception area between The Willaston Bar and The Granary Cafè.
Hoon Kim proudly wearing his Cles d'Or behind the 6th floor concierge desk. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
Breakfast at The Granary Cafè.
The double spacing of The Granary Cafè mean the 5.5m high windows offers unique views for guests.
Pork Belly from The Granary Cafè.
The Granary Cafè Sunday Roast.
Morning coffee and a croissant in The Granary Cafè.
Bouillabaisse at The Granary Cafè.
The Dessert Trolley offers guests a theatrical addition to their unique dining experience.
The Willaston Bar.
Afternoon tea at The Granary Cafè.
Champagne in The Willaston Bar.
The Willaston Bar's colourful and eclectic interiors.
The Willaston Bar has a vast variety of both local and international wines and spirits.
Contemporary and classic cocktails in the Willaston Bar.
The magnificent Willaston Bar named after the first ship to ever take grain from the grain silos to Europe back in 1924. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
Eclectic design in the Willaston Bar. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
Colombia pulling some fresh Truth Coffee inside The Granary Cafè.
Morning coffee at The Granary Cafè.
The library offers guests a luxurious space to relax and unwind.
The Wisdom Room, The Silo Hotel's 22 seater private dining room.
One of the two smaller private dining rooms seating up to six guests.
Magnificent views of Table Mountain, Lion's Head and Signal Hill add to the unique experience of hotel guests.
A Deluxe Superior Lounge with the Cape Town Stadium in the background.
Views from a Deluxe Superior Bathroom
One of our Luxury Rooms.
The beautiful, eclectic interiors of a Royal Suite are complemented with the exquisite selection of art by Liz Biden.
A Royal Suite Bathroom
The Penthouse Lounge.
The peaceful study area in the extraordinary bedroom of The Silo Hotel penthouse overlooks Lion's Head and Signal Hill.
The stunning rooftop pool at The Silo Hotel.
The Silo Rooftop.
Rooftop dining with spectacular views of Table Mountain and the city centre.
The magnificent Silo Rooftop. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
A massage on the Sky Terrace with Table Mountain, Lion's Head and the city centre in the background.
Sunset from the rooftop pool.
The guest only pool on The Silo Hotel Rooftop. Photo by Micky Hoyle for VISI Magazine.
The Silo Hotel Rooftop Pool.
Sunset from The Silo overlooking the V&A Waterfront
A cross-section of the entire silo complex
A birds-eye view of The Silo under construction showing the 42 grain silos
The realisation of a lifelong dream
An ambitious project
The Royal Portfolio team on the roof of The Silo
A complex and ambitious construction
This wonderful image was taken in 1955 by Willie Werth.
The Grain Silo was the tallest building in Sub-Saharan Africa at 57m when it was opened in August 1924
Confit Pork Belly, Steak frites, and Sweet Potato Fries.
Enjoy exceptional views from the Granary Cafe.
The spectacular rooftop pool is for hotel guests only.
A Deluxe Superior Suite Bedroom.
The eclectic interiors sit cheek by jowl with original industrial machinery.
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