The Bay Hotel


The charming Bay Hotel is situated directly on the Camps Bay promenade. The upmarket Cape Town seaside suburb is a regular haunt for Cape Town’s high society who frequent the many cafés and bars lining the beach.


The long beach and the good surf attract sunbathers and surfers alike. What a simple joy to stroll down the picturesque beach watching the surfers take on the big breakers.


The Bay Hotel is the perfect choice for the discerning guest who seeks a stylish ambience and enjoys the energetic read more » bustle in the bay. However, to avoid a misconception, the activity in the bay is characterised by its elegant flair. It is not a profane amusement strip.


The atmosphere is infused with easygoing and relaxed energy. Businessmen meet for a light lunch and a cappuccino, eyes resting on the striking view. Later in the day, young professionals stream into the bay to enjoy an after-work drink with colleagues and friends.


Those who are looking for action-packed nightlife are well-advised to make the trip into the city centre which is a mere fifteen minutes drive away.


Set at the heart of the activity and separated from the beach only by the promenade, the elegant luxury hotel The Bay is a popular venue for international business deals or social happenings.


Apart from refined comforts and excellent service, The Bay Hotel features two first-class restaurants serving international, respectively seafood, specialities which leave a lasting impression on your mind and palate.


The beach bar Sandy B provides the perfect setting for a sun-downer and the classy Traders Lounge is the right address to choose a fine wine for dinner. The Espresso Bar delivers light snacks to be enjoyed either on your balcony or on the beach.


Mingle with the crowds and steer your feet down the promenade and to any of the small but stylish cafés and bars. Watch and feel the vibrant pulse of the promenade and savour the unobtrusive Camps Bay ambience which is sure to captivate you.


For all your excursions, no matter whether it is the city centre or the Waterfront that lures you, you may rely on The Bay Hotel’s first-class limousine service.


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The Bay Hotel in Camps Bay offers you a variety of accommodation categories, all of which are highly luxurious and feature finest comforts. Choosing is the hardest part.


The Mountain Rooms, as the name read more » suggests, command a stunning view of the mountain range the Twelve Apostles. Each unit features a private balcony, a seating area, hallway, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower. Depending on your requirements, the rooms either feature two single beds or a French bed.


The Classic Rooms open up onto the gardens and the pool. With the only exception that ground floor Classic Rooms feature a private terrace instead of a balcony, the amenities are identical to those of the Mountain Rooms.


The Club Classic Rooms feature a view of the sports grounds and a partly obstructed view of the ocean. A communication bonus: an ISDN jack is installed. However, the Club Classic Rooms do not have a balcony or terrace but feature all of the other amenities. Two of the units are suitable for disabled guests.


The Premier Rooms allow for a stunning vista of the azure ocean reaching for the horizon. Featuring a balcony or terrace, the facilities are similar to those of the Classic Rooms or the Mountain Rooms.


The Premier Mountain Rooms are generously sized and offer an inspiring view of the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range. Each unit features a private balcony, a seating area, hallway, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower.


The Luxury Rooms feature a breathtaking ocean panorama and a large and comfortable seating area. Each unit is equipped with a large balcony, hallway, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower and a large oval bathtub. The Luxury Rooms are equipped with either two single beds or with a French bed.


The spectacular ocean vista can also be enjoyed from The Bay Hotel’s Suites. The Suites include a lounge and two large balconies. The facilities are identical to those of the Luxury Rooms.


Doubtlessly The Bay Hotel’s highlight: the exclusive Penthouse. The Penthouse features a marvellous view of the ocean and a private marble staircase, hallway, dining room and lounge, bedroom, dressing room and a en suite bathroom with a separate shower and a large oval bathtub. Simply dazzling: The extremely spacious terrace measuring incredible 160 square metres.


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The Bay Hotel offers every option imaginable to revitalise actively. The enticing swimming pool is perfect for some early morning laps and the fitness centre is the right address for a proper workout. read more » Body, heart and soul: Relax at the Wellness and Beauty Centre.


Of course, you need only step outside to indulge in beach delights par excellence. Simply sunbath or explore the plentiful water sports’ options which are being offered.


The region offers a host of exciting excursions and activities. The Table Mountain National Park features a range of fantastic hikes for all levels and the Table Mountain itself, just like the Cape of Good Hope, is a must-see, of course.


Connoisseurs of good wine will want to explore the Winelands in Cape Town’s hinterland. Countless wineries offer their fine produce for sampling and provide a delicious lunch – all set against the stunning backdrop of the mountains in the background and the vineyards in the foreground.


Of course, there are Cape Town’s many attractions like the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with its numerous fine restaurants and energetic bustle. Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium or watch the seals frolic in the harbour. In the late afternoon, how about a five o’clock tea atop the old lighthouse?


An insider’s tip: The excursion to Simons Town on Boulders Beach where you can swim with penguins. The cheeky aquatic birds have become so accustomed to human presence that they hardly take notice of the tourists who come for this very special experience.


In the evening, wind down at the Beach Bar with a glass of wine in hand to bid the sun farewell…


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