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Useful Information

At One&Only Cape Town guests are looked after with genuine hospitality and discreet service, touched by the freshness of local warmth and charm. To enhance your stay we have outlined a few items you may find helpful prior to arriving at One&Only Cape Town and during your stay with us.

Yellow Fever Vaccination
The WHO has revised the Yellow Fever (YF) vaccination recommendations for Africa. The South African Department of Health has advised that travellers from South Africa to Zambia and travellers from Zambia to South Africa will now require proof of YF vaccination. Previously, proof of YF vaccination was not required. Also, In-transit passengers, irrespective of the time period in-transit, will still require proof of YF vaccination. Please take note that a Yellow Fever Vaccination needs to be done a minimum of 10 days prior to travelling. Travellers will not be allowed to get the vaccination on arrival in South Africa due to the 10 day period.

An entry visa is required by certain nationalities or in certain circumstances. For further assistance on visa processing, please visit www.southafrica.info/travel/documents, or call the South Africa Consulate-General in your country of residence. We will not accept any responsibility should a visa be refused or delayed. Please be advised that Foreign Nationals are required to travel with a valid passport and two (2) blank "Visa" pages. Some foreign passports have blank pages at the back without the "Visa" header printed. Please be advised that these pages are not acceptable for travel to South Africa.

Biometric Visas
South African regulations require that travellers apply in person for visas to allow for biometric intake. Requirements for visitor’s visas differ from country to country (visit www.dha.gov.za/index.php/immigration-services/exempt-countries to see which countries are currently exempt), and the requirements are subject to change. As each application is treated as an individual case please make enquiries with your Travel Agent, nearest South African mission, consulate abroad or any office of the Department of Home Affairs to see whether or not you are required to apply for a visa and the requirements.

Passport control
Passengers who require a visa must have two blank pages next to each other, one for the visa and one for the entry stamp, not including the ‘endorsement’ page at the back. Anyone attempting to enter South Africa without the required pages will be returned to their country of origin. All persons are required to present a valid passport in order to enter South Africa. Passports must be valid for no less than 30 days after the end of your intended visit.

Children under 18, entering or exiting South Africa, effective 01 June 2015
If parents are travelling with a child/children under 18 years old or if any child under the age of 18 years old is travelling to or from South Africa on his or her own, each applicable child will require a full unabridged birth certificate in English detailing the parents of the child, in order to gain entry or exit South Africa. This is irrespective of whether a visa was required for your travel to South Africa. If only one parent is travelling with a child under 18 years of age additional documentation will be required. Please contact your Travel Agent or refer to http://www.dha.gov.za/ for additional information regarding the requirements to avoid being denied access to South Africa

English is the primary language spoken in One&Only Cape Town, followed closely by Afrikaans.

South African Rand is the official currency of South Africa.

Check-in and Check-out
Check-in is at 2pm and check-out is 11am.

021 431 5193.

Electricity is supplied at 220 volts. Adaptors are available.

Internet access
Limited complimentary Wi-Fi access is available throughout the resort.

GPS co-ordinates
-33.909423 18.415124

One&Only Cape Town GDS Codes:
Sabre OO105273
Galileo OO10911
Worldspan OOCPTOA
Pegs OO23263
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