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.
Exquisite Camps Bay Beach is within walking distance from Camps Bay Retreat. Being one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, it is loved by tourists and locals alike.
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.
Bistro @ The Bay
Has an open kitchen, industrial vibe, exterior pastry kitchen and open bar, Bistro @ The Bay is the new and exciting kid on the Camps Bay strip.
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.
Loved by locals and tourists alike for its unique beauty as a working harbour, complemented by qualities such as designer clothing stores, expansive views and harbour edge dining, the V&A Waterfront is Africa’s most visited tourist destination. A veritable tourist’s paradise, featuring over 400 stores, award-winning restaurants, boat trips, 14 cinemas, an amphitheatre and much more, the V&A Waterfront offers something to suit everyone’s taste and style.
The Baxter Theatre Centre provides an exciting forum for the celebration of life which is the essence of live theatre, music and dance. It is one of the major live theatre venues in Cape Town and has always been at the forefront of the performing arts both as a popular venue and as a leading producer. Follow the link to see a list of the many awards that productions at the Baxter have received over the years.
See ‘What’s On’ at the Baxter Theatre
With its close proximity to Cape Town's central business district, the new International Convention Centre and the V & A Waterfront, Artscape is ideally situated to serve the Cape's performing arts, film, tourism, entertainment, conference and exhibition industries.Covering an area of some 14 000 square meters, the Artscape complex consists of a fully equipped Opera House, the largest theatre in the Western Cape seating 1 187, a theatre seating 540 and one much smaller theatre seating up to 140, an impressive piazza, gardens, rehearsal rooms and ample parking. Search for ‘What’s on’ on the Artscape Website
Take a trip up one of the natural wonders of the world and experience Cape Town with a bird’s eye view.
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 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 and tours around the gardens.
Chairman's Bucket List
Our Chairman is passionate about experiences and has gone out of his way to identify the top places in the area and compile them onto a list for our guests. Please click here to view the current Chairman's Bucket list.