The Bay Hotel
Built in 1989 and perfectly positioned between the majestic backdrop of the
Twelve Apostles and the white sands of Camps Bay Beach, The Bay Hotel was the
first beachfront hotel in Cape Town. Introducing a management style based on
friendly relaxed charm and personal service, The Bay has proven over the years
that 5 star elegance and sophistication can be achieved in an informal
atmosphere. The Bay is the perfect base from which to explore the wonders of
the Cape and is within easy reach of its most celebrated scenic
Boutique-style personal service combined with friendly relaxed charm compliments the sophistication and elegance of The Bay Hotel. Every one of the 72 bedrooms and 6 suites gaze upon the spectacular vista that is Camps Bay. Most rooms have spacious balconies and all have a private entrance lobby, en-suite bathroom with separate shower, mini bar, tea & coffee making facilities & built-in electronic safes. Rooms are fitted with either twin or king size beds.
Mountain Rooms (15) Mountain Rooms - South and East facing, Classic Rooms (5 Garden & 8 Pool), Garden rooms - West facing and Pool facing rooms - North and West facing
Club Classic Rooms (6) North facing rooms with partial sea and mountain views, 2 of which are equipped for disabled guests. None of the Club Classic rooms have balconies.
Premier Rooms (35) 27 West facing rooms with sea views. 8 North facing rooms with views of the sea and Lion's Head.
Premier Mountain Rooms (3) Double-sized rooms East facing with magnificent mountain views.
Luxury Rooms (2) Spacious rooms facing West with sitting areas and balconies.
Suite (3) Magnificently appointed Suites facing West, all have a spacious lounge and balconies.
Penthouse (1) 160 square meters of sheer sea facing luxury. This suite comprises of a private staircase, lobby and guest bathroom, dining room, lounge, spacious bedroom & bathroom & expansive balcony overlooking Camps Bay Beach.
Wescamp Villa (1) This private Villa is situated on the slopes of Camps Bay. Large picture windows throughout expose the azure blue Atlantic Ocean and the majestic splendour of the Twelve Apostles and Table Mountain. At Wescamp all rooms are themed on South African gemstones and are sumptuous and stylish.
Hotel Amenities & Services: Tourism and Business Centre, Shuttle Service, 24 hour Room Service, Soulever Wellness Salon, Foreign Exchange Facility, Secure Parking, In-house Florist, Change Room Facilities, 2 dedicated rooms for the Enabled traveller, Laundry, dry-cleaning & valet service, Restaurant, Deli, Cigar Bar & Wine Cellar, Outdoor swimming pools & direct beach access
Room Facilities: Television Satellite & Guest Link, Air-conditioning & heating, Hairdryers, Heated Towel Rails, Private Entrance Lobby, Tea/ Coffee making facilities, Daily Local Newspaper, International Plug Points (220v) A/C, Mini Bar, Internet/E-mail Connection, Electronic safe, Complimentary Pressing Service, Choice of pillows
Recreational Facilities nearby: Gym, Theatre, Golf, Mountain Biking, Bowling, Mountain Climbing, Tennis/Squash, Shark Diving, Horse Riding, Yachting/Boating & Library.
Camps Bay: The upmarket suburb of Camps Bay has a typical village atmosphere and is home to some of the trendiest restaurants and bars and one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town. Local life is casual and in the evening residents and holidaymakers can be found enjoying sundowners at the many sidewalk bistros and restaurants on the strip. Camps Bay is the perfect base from which to explore the wonders of the Cape. Tours of the Winelands, Robben Island and other attractions, aeroplane, yacht and helicopter charters as well as adventure tours such as sandboarding, mountain climbing, deep sea fishing, parachuting, paragliding and surfing can all be booked at nearby service providers.
Clifton: The windless beaches of Clifton are probably Cape Town's most glamorous with the attractive and trendy folk flocking to it in summer. Clifton has four adjoining coves where you walk down stone stairways between luxurious bungalows to white sands. Bikinis and sunbathing are more the order of the day than swimming, as the water of the Atlantic Ocean is often icily cold.
Hout Bay: Hout Bay has a diversity of sites to explore and activities in which to participate. It is a rich botanical area most famous for the Protea, which is South Africa?s national flower. There are 12 recognized mountain hikes ranging from easy walking routes to strenuous clambering over rocks. The harbour at the end of the beach offers a number of charter boats available for sea cruises. The seal colony at Duiker Island and a nearby shipwreck are popular attractions.
V & A Waterfront: Situated in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is well-established as Cape Town's premier shopping and tourist destination with boutiques, restaurants, hotels, apartments and offices only a few of the attractions on offer.
Rates per room per night, accommodation only: on request
|Classic & Club Classic|
Rates are per room, per night and a Full English breakfast.
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
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