Firmly sandwiched between Sea Point and Bantry Bay, against the striking backdrop of Lion’s Head, Grande Kloof Boutique Hotel is a soothing breakaway from the inner-city buzz, without having to travel too far.
Choose between these options:
- R1 650 for a two-night stay for two
- R2 375 for a three-night stay for two
- R 2 970 for a four-night stay for two
In a double or twin room including a light breakfast
The Hotel at a Glance
As a cool and comfortable inner city hideout, when the hubbub below begins to take its toll, guests simply retreat to intimate and cosy rooms. Complete with en-suite, shower and satellite TV, couples are welcomed to spend a few nights and days enjoying the spoils of a lazy escape far from the maddening crowds, while gazing out at the sea and mountain views from the patio. Famished souls wake up refreshed and revitalised before fuelling-up with an expertly crafted breakfast. The hotel boasts a spa and sauna as well as swimming pool facilities. Guests can recline on deck chairs in the large relaxing garden and take in a Cape Town sunset.
- Complimentary wi-fi
- Relaxing garden with deck chairs
- Safe parking
- Sea and mountain views
- Complimentary light breakfast
- Spa, sauna and swimming pool.
The rooms are equipped with either a double or twin bed and come with a bar mini fridge, wi-fi, and in-room safe, en-suite shower and satellite TV.
- Double or twin beds
- Satellite TV
- Complimentary wi-fi
- Bar mini fridge and in-room safe.
En-suite shower facilities.
Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Cape Town
Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa and boasts an endless variety of sights for tourists to enjoy. Pearly white beaches dot the coastline surrounding the city, while Table Mountain watches over denizens. Visit the Cape Wheel at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront or take a cable car up the mountain. Being a cultural melting pot, Cape Town offers visitors from any walk of life entertainment of all kinds. Explore the winelands surrounding the city, or take in a shopping spree at one of the many malls or markets in and around the city. Cape Town boasts an active nightlife scene with a variety of clubs and pubs that cater to travellers looking for a big night out, or simply a quiet evening with a few drinks. Visit historic locations such as Robben Island or the Castle of Good Hope or take a walking tour of the city and discover the museums and gems hidden in the nooks and crannies of Cape Town. The city is the perfect venue for travellers who want to unwind and excitement seekers alike.