What started out to be another cloudy and rainy winter morning in Cape Town actually turned out to be one of the most loveliest day’s. Myself and my colleague (Sarah) spent a day doing site inspections.What caught my attention was the Boutique Hotel, O on Kloof.
First impressions do last, this you can see just by walking into the entrance. We were met by the friendliest staff and Olaf Dambrowski, who is just an amazing person, we were then given a guided tour of this haven after receiving some refreshments. “O”, and all guests receive a complimentary glass of bubbly champagne on arrival as well, now isn’t that nice. He informed us that the architecture and interior design was done by the same person, who is one of South Africa’s very own therefore you could see and feel the warmth and dedication that was put into every last detail in order to making this hotel comfy and cozy.
It is very modernized, but yet it makes you feel at home.
We were lucky enough to see three of the eight immaculate and stunning rooms.
One which has a porch and a private garden that you can sit can and just lounge in, while the other room could be for those honeymoon couples, it has a lounge area and a private outside jacuzzi whether you want to be romantic or just a place to relax, you cannot go wrong with any decision you make.
If you thought their rooms were great wait until you see their inside heated swimming pool along with their gyming area (for any fitness gurus). If you looking for a place to stay during your getaway that serves typical South African food, then you will find it here. They serve there local- styled dinners three nights a week, allowing you to explore the surrounding areas of Cape Town on the alternative nights.
There might be some big plans to expand with an additional 2 rooms and a roof deck in the nearby future, so watch this space.
But for now, O on Kloof is definitely the place to stay when in Cape Town.