When you consider chat-speak like B.R.B, L.O.L and T.T.Y.L, it’s quite obvious that humans are fairly fond of abbreviations – unfortunately, not every abbreviation has just one meaning, because it’s totally possible that B.R.B stands for Bacon-Rind Bagel. Indulge in a night of the R.R.R that isn’t Reading, ‘Riting and “Rithmetic – rest, relaxation and rejuvenation – and pay R1100 for a one-night stay for two people in a sea-facing superior room, including breakfast, snacks and a bottle of sparkling wine at Simonstown Quayside Hotel.
Scenically situated on the water’s edge of the Simonstown yacht basin and surrounded by views that would make even a Renaissance painter weep, there’s no better place than the Simonstown Quayside Hotel for getting away from the hustle and bustle. Unique, four-star accommodation at its finest, the hotel boasts spectacular views of False Bay and the Simon’s Kloof Mountains, as well as rooms more luxurious than even sultan’s are used to.
Of course, it’s not just the luxurious and scenic surroundings
that will leave you feeling like someone from the royal family. After you’re
greeted with a bottle of sparkling wine and a platter of fruit kebabs to toast
your getaway, decide whether you want to take a stroll along Simon’s Town
Historic Mile or just kick back and watch some satellite television, drink tea
and nibble some complimentary biscuits. No matter what you do, you’ll be doing
it in plush, pampered and air-conditioned style. While it’s nice to have a
fully-equipped and kitted room to hit the metaphorical sack in, it’s also nice
not to have to worry about what’s going to happen when you wake up. Luckily,
Simonstown Quayside handles that too, with a delicious breakfast of fruit salad
and muesli parfait, fresh confectionary with cheese and preserves and a plated
hot breakfast with scrambled eggs, bacon, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms and
toast with a choice of tea, coffee or juice for when you finally manage to drag
yourself out of bed.