Alexander Bar, Gay Bar Cape Town
Alexander Bar attracts a mixed crowd of gay and straight locals and tourists alike.
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Alexander Bar attracts a mixed crowd of gay and straight locals and tourists alike. The bar is filled with old-world charm and is engineered to get people talking. The functioning antique rotary dial telephone system encourages you to chat with people all over the bar. And you can also dial 9 to ring the bartender. The menu is fairly priced and there’s something to eat and drink whether you’re on a student budget or feel like splashing out. The background music ranges from jazz and world music on quieter nights, to funky lounge, soul and jazzy disco on busy nights. The furnishings are warm and inviting.
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
The Capital Mirage, The Cape Royale, DysArt Boutique, The Westin.
The heart of Gay Cape Town is De Waterkant,
a leafy suburb, similar to New York’s Greenwich
Village, and is just a short walk from the busy
centre of the city.
Cape Town combines all the benefits of city living
with the possibility of laying on a gay beach to
sunbathe during the day. The beaches of
Camps Bay, Sandy Bay and Clifton third beach
are all popular gay destinations.
Cape Town has a wide range of alternatives to
hotels including fully serviced suites and