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The Bay Hotel Cape Town

Attractions

Camps Bay Beach Camps Bay, Glen and Clifton Beach
Exquisite Camps Bay Beach is situated opposite The Bay Hotel. Being one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, it is loved by tourists and locals alike.
Glen Beach is a small and beautiful secluded beach adjacent to Camps Bay and Clifton 4th Beach is one of Cape Town’s Blue Flag beaches and is a popular hangout for international jet setters and beautiful locals. Take a champagne yacht cruise from the Waterfront and anchor at Clifton 4th Beach for an experience to rival the top seaside vacations of the world.

City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off bus

Cape Town City Sightseeing Bus Tours
Cape Town’s city tours takes you along two scenic routes which offer a taste of some of Cape Town’s most popular local attractions, such as the Castle, the V&A Waterfront and Table Mountain. These distinctive open top explorer buses also transport you out of the city and along the coast. You could visit Kirstenbosch Gardens, Constantia Winelands, Hout Bay and even take a Township Tour.

The bus stop is situated opposite the hotel, what more convenient way would you find to experience Cape Town’s many varied attractions.


City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off bus Clubhouse Tapas Bar

Situated on the ever-popular Camps Bay strip, Clubhouse Tapas Bar is the ideal place to enjoy luscious cocktails, tasty tapas and beautiful views. Popular for its chilled and relaxed vibe, join them for a pitcher of perfectly chilled Sangria, ‘patatas bravas’, panco prawns and many more Spanish delights. Open October to April.


Theatre at The Bay
Theatre on The Bay
Pieter Toerien's Theatre on the Bay offers a good mix of local and international drama, musicals, comedy, cabaret, music and dance. It is also home to the Act Sidedish Theatre Bistro, open for dinner both before and after the show, with a small yet diverse seasonal menu.

Camps Bay Beach

Promenade
With its trendy beachfront setting, the Promenade features cafe's, restaurants, cocktail venues, coffee bars and champagne bars, offering visitors scenic views of Camps Bays' white sandy beach whilst dining or toasting the end of a perfect day.

Be enticed by a diverse selection of dinner venues at the Promenade, such as the award winning Blues, which celebrates seafood and fresh local ingredients, with signature dishes such as Seared Yellow Fin Tuna and Linefish with Truffle Oil.

Bombay Bar is a cocktail bar inspired by Zanzibar and beckons you with eclectic rhythms pulsing from the DJ booth whilst St Yves coax's party-goers with its chic nightclub allure and views of the palm fringed beach.


Camps Bay Retreat The Retreat Kitchen
The Retreat Kitchen at Campsbay Retreat is a breathtaking mix of sea views combined with the serenity of a retreat.

Join us for our famous traditional barbeque
Our “Braai” consists of a selection of traditional South African fare; cold salads, succulent meat dishes and decadent desserts. Whilst waiting for your food you can enjoy a sundowner and take in the breathtaking view, or amble around the lush green lawns of Earl’s Dyke Manor.

Wednesdays & Saturdays 19h00 to 23h00 | R395 per person
Luxury transfers available to the venue. Bookings essential!
www.campsbayretreat.com

Table Mountain

Table Mountain and the Cable Car
Take a trip up one of the natural wonders of the world and experience Cape Town with a bird’s eye view. The five minute ascent to the top offers a 360° view of Cape Town, the ocean and neighbouring peaks. The area at the top of the mountain is surprisingly large, so leave enough time to stroll along paths, enjoy the viewing platforms soak up the vistas.


Lion's Head
Lion’s Head is a very popular local hiking route to the summit of Lion’s Head, offering exquisite views of Camps Bay, Signal Hill and Cape Town.


Kirstenbosch

Kirstenbosch
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is a world famous garden, set on 528 hectares and supports a diverse fynbos flora and natural forest. Concerts are held in the gardens in summer with local and international artists entertaining audiences in the late afternoon. They offer fine dining at their three restaurants, tours around the gardens and even shopping


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