The Bay Highlights
- Mint Wellness spa
- Camps Bay, Glen and Clifton Beach
- V&A Waterfront
- Table Mountain and the Cable Car
- Restaurants and bistros
- Theatre at The Bay
The Bay Hotel Information
- Lodge type; Hotel
- Location; Cape Town
- Lodge size; 78 rooms
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
Placed deep in the middle of paradise, nestled between the mountain and sea, sits The Bay Hotel in Camps Bay. Well-known for warm along with inviting staff and service, this 5-star luxurious hotel balances stylish luxury flawlessly with a casual ambience.
The white and palm-fringed beachfront calls from the outside patio's of Sandy B cocktail bar as well as the Camps Bay Beach Club, a sublime and contemporary café situated upon the fashionable beachfront sidewalk.
The Tides Restaurant provides the ideal dining experience additionally, the classy Traders Bar and Cigar Lounge is perfect for relaxing with an after-dinner beverage.
The Hotel, is a luxurious residential in addition to a holiday destination, situated in between the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range in addition to a stunning palm-fringed beach, is Cape Town's jet-setters capital.
Pairing surprising natural splendour plus stylish living, it possesses a chic multicultural environment that contributes to its uniqueness.
Rooms and Suites
With the natural elements taking centre stage, The bedrooms are created to boost the vistas of the mountains as well as the Atlantic ocean.
Based on casual opulence, every room and suite is luxuriously appointed, increasing comfort and boosting the undoubtedly stunning environment.
Cuisine and Wine
With the sea, so nearby that one can smell the ocean spray, eating out at the hotel is a unique event of all the senses.
Through light dishes along with gourmet treats, to haute cuisine, The Bay Hotel houses one of the most well-known dining establishments and bars in Camps Bay.
Throughout the day you can unwind with a selection of 4 hotel swimming pools or perhaps pamper oneself with treatment options at the Mint Health and fitness spa.
With all the sunlight on your skin as well as the refreshing ocean air filling your senses, bright white exotic beaches in addition to sunsets that will take your breath away, your visit to The Hotel will almost always be a beautiful sun-soaked memory.
- Sun tanning
- Excellent restaurants
- Trendy bars
- V&A Waterfront
- Days tours in and around Cape Town
- Table Mountain and Signal Hill
A perfect hotel for families and children alike.
Spa and Wellness
Step away from the vibrant Camps Bay strip into the calming confines of the in-house spa, where you can indulge in anything from a mini pedicure to get beach-ready feet, to a 90-minute massage featuring quintessentially African products and practices.
For some romantic relaxation, opt for a couples’ treatment in our double massage room, or you can simply spend time in the spa bath, sauna and steam room.
Rates from R3 810.00 per person
- The Bay Hotel Rates
- Per person per night sharing
- Rates are in South African Rands (ZAR)
- *Rates may vary according to season
- 15% VAT
- Spa treatments
- All drinks
- All other meals
- Travel insurance
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