Villa Viva is located in the heart and hustle of the
“Mother City” – Cape Town. The multifaceted compilation of courtyards, community spaces, our bar and the ceremony-tent convey the look and feel of a small village - table mountain view, our colourful garden and refreshing poolside make you feel connected with nature while you are just a stone’s throw away from the buzz of town.
A big variety of spaces create a unique experience for guests, colleagues, partners, visitors and everybody else who drops in.
Take a seat on the sun-flooded terrace or just directly at the bar. This is where the journey begins.
The place to be for all sun worshipers and water lovers. Dive in and find out about our magic waters.
Just outside your room, the garden awaits you and connects you with nature in the middle of the city.
Relax, read a book, listen to music, play games or just enjoy the latest Netflix series. Nobody will disturb you here.
Equipped with everything you need to creatively work with music, film of fotos? You can do it in Jay-Z! Get in touch.
Acrylic, cans or brushes – this space is for the flashes. Check in and express yourself!
We are all about people!
Our team will welcome you and make you feel like part of the family.
Feel free to make friends and share the vibe because we are all connected in our space.
Volunteer Coordinator and Social Princess
Star of Housekeeping
Co-Founder & Master of Desaster
Pastor of safety & security
Explore and Adventure Chief
Co-Founder & Team Captain
Everything is vibration!
Wanna listen to the sound of Villa Viva? Here you can catch the vibe!
Every guest who enters in Villa Viva leaves their favourite song in this playlist.
So if you want to hear what the current people in the space sound like.
Check this out and press play!
Our rooms carry the names of special personalities.
In their entireness they represent our culture and attitude towards the world.
The rooms are not only named after freedom fighters, musicians, artists or activists, but also reference the respective personality with books, pictures, information and other means.
Get inspired and feel connected with the power of our room-names.
Ruth (Heloise) First (4 May 1925 – 17 August 1982) was a South African anti-apartheid activist and scholar. As a member of the South African Communist Party and the African National Convention as well as being an investigative journalist for radical political journals, she fought most of her lifetime against the apartheid system and its racial segregation. She was assassinated in Mozambique, where she was working in exile, by a parcel bomb built by South African police.