Sugarhut Club (44 Constitution Street, Cape Town) – this nightspot is just a short walk away from the District 6 Museum. Sugarhut Club is spacious enough to accommodate the jet-set party crowd, yet intimate enough to appeal to older, more discerning customers. The music here ranges from Shanghai Jazz to Brazilian Bossa Nova – reflecting Sugarhut’s mature 30-something and above crowd.
Comprised of a series of individually themed zones, décor at the The Sugarhut is elegant and enchanting. Boho-chic meets ultra-glamorous with a combination of low-slung lanterns and sparkling crystal chandeliers, with fluorescent hot pink and cool blue highlights; smooth dark wood with rough exposed brickwork; leather with velvet, and mirrored surfaces with rich gold and copper-toned embellishment. Bliss out at its Saffron Lounge, sip cocktails and snack on canapés at the extravagant Gold Bar, or belly dance the night away on the Monsoon Dance floor. For a breath of fresh air, there’s an all-weather outdoor deck area complete with stunning mountain views.