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Camps Bay Tennis Club met vijf tennisbanen ligt achter het hotel. Het hotel kan zorgen voor een coach of een tennispartner.

The Bay Hotel

The Bay is gelegen aan één van de mooiste stranden van Kaapstad; Camps Bay. In de omgeving zijn diverse restaurantjes en de stad zelf is dichtbij. Dit is de ideale uitvalsbasis als u wat langer in Kaapstad verblijft en u bijvoorbeeld aan het begin of einde van uw reis tot rust wilt komen.

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The Bay is wat ons betreft een aanrader. Een modern hotel waar bovendien een uitstekende service wordt geboden. Het ligt aan de voet van het Twaalf Apostelen-gebergte en aan het palmenstrand, gescheiden door een weg. De kamers zijn luxe ingericht en bieden maximale comfort waarbij gebruik is gemaakt van natuurlijke elementen. U kunt sporten in het fitnesscentrum, ontspannen in één van de vier zwembaden of u laten verwennen in de spa. Tennisbanen en een squashclub liggen naast de deur.


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Camps Bay Tennis Club met vijf tennisbanen ligt achter het hotel. Het hotel kan zorgen voor een coach of een tennispartner.

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Verras uw geliefde met een romantische spa-behandeling en een 2-gangendiner inclusief een fles wijn.


Airco, internettoegang (met limiet), televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn. Uitzicht op de Tafelberg of het Twaalf Apostelen-gebergte.

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Airco, internettoegang (met limiet),televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, apart zitgedeelte, badkamer met bad, aparte duoche en föhn. Rolstoelvriendelijke kamer met uitzicht op Lions Head en gedeeltelijk zeezicht.

Airco, internettoegang (met limiet), televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn, terras. Gelegen op de begane grond met zeezicht. en directe toegang tot de Cabana-zwembaden.


Gelegen aan de voet van het Twaalf Apostelen-gebergte, vlakbij het palmenstrand Camps Bay.

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  • Restaurant & Bistro
  • Bar
  • Beach Club
  • 4 Zwembaden
  • Internettoegang
  • Spa
  • Fitnessruimte
  • Kapper
  • Souvenirwinkel
  • Parkeergelegenheid
  • Excursiebalie


  • Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals wijntour en safari's
  • Sporten onder begeleiding van personal trainer
  • Tennisen en squashen (in nabije omgeving)

De mooiste stad van Afrika is prachtig gelegen aan de Tafelbaai. Geniet van de kleurrijke wijken, restaurants en bars, de Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, ga de Tafelberg op en wandel langs het strand in Camps Bay. Kaapstad is de ideale stad om het schiereiland en de wijnlanden te bezoeken. Neemt u voldoende de tijd, want er is zoveel te zien!

"A-Bay-zing time..."

This was our first visit to South Africa and we were pondering where to stay in the Cape Town region. We thought long and hard whether to stay in Cape Town proper, the V&A Waterfront or Camps bay. We opted for Camps Bay as we were unsure what Cape Town was like and perhaps it’d be safer and quieter a bit farther out the way (Cape Town is fine by the way). We arrived on a cold wet Friday morning and I did wonder if we’d made a huge mistake; one long road with little signs of life, I thought we’d got it seriously wrong. However as the day progressed it became clear that there was plenty to do, a variety of bars & restaurants and a very cool relaxed vibe. As for the hotel, well, we liked it very much. We were given a warm, friendly welcome but understandably we were told we’d have to wait until 2pm till we could have our room (it was around 12pm at the time). James took our bags and put them somewhere safe. Tired, we didn’t want to venture out so headed up to Caamil’s bar, where we looked after by Caamil himself (more on him later). Around an hour later James appeared and told us our room was ready. We were then taken to our room; we had been upgraded to a Sea View room and very pleasant it was too. The room was a good size with a well-appointed ‘lounge’, balcony overlooking the beach and plenty of wardrobe space. My one gripe would be with the bathroom; it was a little dated but had a separate bath and shower which is always nice however, the dual sink unit was made of moulded plastic and ran almost the entire length of the wall. Now the bathroom was a strange shape and narrowed at the end; this is where the toilet was situated, in-between the bath and the sink unit. With the bath one side and the sinks the other, it meant that I couldn’t actually fit on the toilet! Whilst not petit, im not fat or obese, but the only way I could sit on the toilet is by strategically placing one leg in the bath, a first for me! My much smaller partner, whilst not quite having the issues I did could certainly understand my frustrations. But toilet aside we had a comfortable few days. The Hotel is decorated in colonial /West Coast style, very whitewashed, cool and inviting. The art and the motorbikes dotted around are thoughtfully placed. There is no free wi-fi which is a must these days but the issues around the charges for Nespresso coffees in room and for breakfast remain. Breakfast varied in quality, from a weird rather horrible ‘Full English/African’ to a wonderful Eggs Benedict. The restaurant was shut in the evening (low season) but you could get food in Caamil’s and the few meals we had were very good both in taste, quality and value. Having read about Camps Bay, I had heard a lot about ‘Cape Towns’ most famous barman Caamil. On our first visit to his bar I had no idea that the small, quiet, reserved (at first), was the man himself. However, the more we patronised the bar, and the more we chatted we realised why he’s so popular. Don’t get me wrong this guy takes no rubbish.. it’s his bar, his rules apply, but he looked after us brilliantly. He was always good for a chat; got you anything you wanted, made any cocktail you’d like and so on. No matter what we’d done during the day or where we ended up for dinner at night, we’d always end up in a Caamil’s for a nightcap. The only downside is that like many other places, they didn’t serve draft beer. We soon found that if you needed anything doing or any information, don’t bother with the reception (all polite, varied in efficiency), just ask either Caamil or James and things will get done. So to surmise, this is a well located (the HOHO bus stops outside), well-appointed Hotel. Its clear that a lot of thought has gone in to certain areas and its without doubt a good 4*. I have read the negative reviews and can understand to a lesser extent why people have moaned; the Hotels car is an Aston Martin yet you have to pay for a Cappuccino at breakfast, but overall we thoroughly enjoyed our time at The Bay Hotel and have no regrets whatsoever about choosing Camps Bay and the Bay Hotel. Strongly recommended.

"First Class Hotel & Staff"

We Have Just Come Back From Staying At The Bay Hotel ..What Can I say . From Our Arrival To Departure It Was The Best Experience We Have Ever Had And Have Already Booked 2018 Holiday With You .. The Hotel Manager Marie Was There To Greet Us . Marie Your Staff Are A Credit To You . There Was A Few Problems That I Created .I Dropped My Partners Vap Machine In The Sand ( A fate Worse Than Death ) I Promptly Went To The Reception Desk And The Team Were Onto It .. They Calmed Me Down And Provided A Street Map In Zante Town Where I Could Purchase A New One Then Phoned Me A Taxi .. Job Done . Our Room & View Was To Die For .. The Food and Plenty Of It Was First Class.. All In All This Hotel & Staff Were Excellent . Thank you Marie & Staff . Roll On 2018 I Very Much Look Forward To Seeing You All Again :)

"Mixed Feelings"

When we checked in, the check-in clerk was more interested in finishing her conversation with her work colleague than attending to us, not the most welcoming experience. Our room was a mountain facing room with a pretty decent view of the 12 apostles, the only problem being that right through the night we were kept awake by a laundry basked being wheeled and bashed against a door, very annoying especially as we had to be up at 5am. When we complained the next morning, we were told that the laundry is done throughout the night for this hotel and a sister hotel. We asked to be moved to another quieter room and to the managers credit, we were upgraded to a wonderful room with a great sea view and it was very quiet in the evening (except for the sound of the sea) The breakfasts were very good and tasteful and the breakfast staff were friendly and helpful. WE spent the one afternoon (17th Sept) at the swimming pool and the pool staff were not friendly or attentive. When I wanted a drink, I had to walk into the bistro and the waiter wouldn't walk to us and come and take our order. we were at the pool for about 4 hours and not once did the waiters bother to come and see if we wanted food or drinks. In fact the waiter was too lazy to even come and bring us our bill. when we checked out, I told the receptionist that we had drinks at the pool and that I wanted to pay for the drinks. She told us that nothing had been transferred to the front desk and that as a result, she couldn't charge me for the drinks. And then as we were leaving the foyer the bistro waiter came running after us and in full view of other guests told me and accused me of trying to get away with not paying for my drinks. I was extremely offended and reported this to the front desk manager. This waiter had been too lazy and inattentive and had then falsely accused me, not what I'd expect from this hotel. So all in all, great location, wonderful views, well equipped rooms, good breakfasts but sometimes poor and indifferent service

"Reasonably priced luxury"

We have just ended a fantastic 6 night stay at the Bay Hotel. The room, with a stunning view of Table Mountain, was excellent. Comfortable bed, great shower and plenty of space. There was a great looking jacuzzi in the room looking out to the mountain, however unfortunately due to the drought, we were unable to make use of this. Not the hotel's fault, only Mother Nature can solve that one! The hotel itself was lovely and the staff could not be more accommodating, especially Sedick, the concierge, who was extremely friendly and helpful. We found the extras offered, such as the mini bar and room service to be reasonably priced with a good choice and we enjoyed the morning breakfast buffet, which again had a good selection of food and friendly staff. It has been a pleasure to stay here and we would recommend this hotel to others.

"Trying to be something its not"

We arrived late at night to this hotel and were not greeted very pleasantly by the manager on duty. We checked in and were told we needed to put down a room deposit, this totalled 2000 Rand (Approx £120), considering we had paid a lot of money already for the stay at the hotel we found this to be ridiculous but paid it anyway. We were shown to our room (which we had been told had been upgraded) and our bags were brought to us. The room itself was of average size, with a mini fridge priced at street prices, although this was more UK related prices than South African pricing. As we were hungry we ordered food from the room service menu, which we found the pricing extortionate. We ordered 2 cheeseburgers, as these were the least extortionate items but when they arrived they were very undercooked, and too an extent raw in the middle of them. As it was dark outside it was hard to see the view on the same night, but the duty manager told us we could see parts of the beach from where we were. When we checked this in the morning we couldnt see anything! There was a big palm tree in the way of our view! We called reception and asked to speak to a manager and a couple minutes later a lady called Sesi came up to speak to us. She was very helpful as we explained to her we had initially booked a mountain view room and got told we had been upgraded, but didnt feel as though the room we had was an upgrade. She told us that if a room came available during our stay she would see if she could move us, which we agreed to. A couple hours later we had a message to our room stating we would be moving rooms the next day. We got moved to a premium sea view room and that view was much better. Sesi was very helpful throughout the rest of our stay and always greeted us when she saw us, checking everything was going well at any opportunity. The prices of the taxis from the hotel to anywhere were very overpriced, it works out much better value for you to get an Uber which can pull up right outside the hotel. The price into Cape Town is 50-80 Rand (£3-5). The hotel does seem very money grabbing at any opportunity, and upon checking out rather than any spends on room service being taken off you deposit, you are charged separately and it takes 7 working days for your card to be refunded. We had breakfast included, which was a very basic buffet, although the service from the waiters in the breakfast area was very good. They were very welcoming and happy to cater to any requests you had. The hotel is in a lovely location, overlooking the beach, but it does feel as though they are trying to be something they are not. It gives the feel that they want to be a Hilton hotel with its pricing, but the service we received I would put it in a midrange bracket.

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