Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Paul from Ireland
Really really greatPosted Mar 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
Can't say enough about this lovely place . We can't wait to return and wouldn't stay anywhere else in future when visiting capetown
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 30, 2013
Pros: Magical setting, beautiful gardens, historic building, great atmosphere
for Couplesby Ashley from Albuquerque, NM, USA
Amazing place, great locationPosted Nov 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Couplesby Hemal from London
Fabulous stayPosted Nov 26, 2013
Pros: Spacious, luxurious room. Excellent breakfast. Fabulous views.
Location: Camps Bay beaches and restaurants. Table Mountain cable-car close by. Drive to Cape Point via Chapman's Peak.
Fabulous hotel in Cape Town with views of Table Mountain and Camps Bay. We were upgraded to a luxurious room with balcony overlooking the Atlantic. Easy access to Camps Bay beaches. Excellent choice at breakfast with tasty, well-presented food. Friendly service with lots of nice touches. Had a brilliant time there, and look forward to another stay there sometime.
by A verified traveler from windsor
Beautiful property but terrible servicePosted Oct 31, 2013
Pros: Beautiful rooms and concept
Cons: The service
This property looks amazing and our deck house room was beautiful but the service was just not up to scratch. Breakfast was a shambles with no croissants or granola and we had to wait 20mins for a coffee. When our room was cleaned, they always forgot to replace the milk/tea/coffee and left dirty sheets. The management needs a real shake up
Recommendedby The Clarks from Sun Valley, Idaho
couldn't have been more pleasedPosted Oct 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
Camps Bay Retreat is top notch. The staff is dedicated to making your stay as enjoyable as possible, the food was excellent and the room was beautiful (room 1). We are from the States and had never been to Cape Town before. As a result, we were not sure if we "should" stay in the city center. Thank goodness we did not! Camps Bay is a very short drive from Table Mountain, as well as the city center or the V&A. Moreover, it is beautiful, with several nice restaurants, so you do not need to go into the city every evening. You will not go wrong if you stay at Camps Bay Retreat.
for Otherby Clare from Shoreham By Sea
Wonderful hotel and great service!Posted Oct 20, 2012
Pros: Service and quality. Felt like a high end hotel without the formality.
Cons: Slight road noise from the balcony but can't be avoided in any beach front hotel in Camps Bay. Certainly nothing that would keep you awake.
Location: Set at the end of the main strip amongst 4 acres of beautiful grounds. Easily within walking distance however there is a complimentary car service.
Stunning hotel, excellent service and beautiful setting! Just returned from a weeks holiday to celebrate my partners 50th and can't give enough praise to the hotel staff for their excellent service. They made a special occasion perfect. The hotel itself is lovely (we stayed in the Villa) and great value for money although certainly doesn't feel cheap (quite the opposite!). The setting and views are stunning and make you feel a million miles away from the bustle of the main strip although easily in walking distance. The complimentary car service for around the Camps Bay area was a real bonus especially on a windy evening or for the less mobile. Other services we used were the restaurant and spa - again, both excellent and very reasonably priced. Can't not mention the dogs either! All lovely but have a special affection for Wanda. :0) Definitely our 1st choice to stay when we go back.
Beautiful Hotel in Beautiful AreaPosted Oct 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
A very good hotel in the beautiful camps bay. Service is first class as is the location. A oasis in the city. We got a very good deal on this hotel which gave us real value. However if I had paid full rack rates I think I would have been a lttle disappointed: The steam room didn't work and we had no hot water for a day; the hotel is also a little noisy at night due to all the wooden floors and old piping (my wife needed ear plugs). Despite these small problems we found everything else pretty good.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Amsterdam
Top drawPosted Aug 16, 2010
We had a fantastic 4 night stay here as a part of our honeymoon. Staff were great, very attentive and helpful as its such a small hotel. Grounds of the hotel were lovely and we stayed in the deck house which is across a swing rope bridge (lit up beautifully in the dark). The surrounding area is upmarket with some nice restaurants and bars along the beach front. The only bad thing I could say about the hotel is that it is incredibly loud in the deck house when it is raining as it has a flat roof.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Absolute Magic....Posted May 28, 2010 on Hotels.com
Well what can I say, it's absolute magic....just what we needed. Staff first class - they made us almost feel like we were taken back in time and we were gentry!! The Mansion is amazing and what a view, you can hear the waves crashing on the beach below. Surroundings dynamic albeit after a few glasses of extremely fantastic South African wine (it was too difficult to refuse!), the rope bridge was a challenge! Highly recommended.