The Bay Hotel

69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, Western Cape, 8040, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Camps Bay

Day 33 - The Waterfront.

A travel blog entry by simonannals

6

... 4.00pm we headed down to the lounge for High Tea. We chose the Full High Tea obviously which started off with a savoury starter of open sandwiches and 8 mini quiches, which Jackie doesn't like so I ate them all. The 2nd course was scones with clotted cream, lemon curd and jams. We polished these off in seconds and the waitress brought another plate full. The 3rd course was the cakes and desserts which you could help yourself to from a selection of about ...

Garden Route - Road Trip!!

A travel blog entry by kcullivan

40

... which consisted of a crispy sandwich (potato chips on bread), an apple, carrots, and crackers with butter. It was very unusual but it worked. We also had a bottle of wine and eventually repeated the events of the night before. Our last night they had a costume theme party where we threw on any leftover weird smelly outfits from the barn. I donned a curly bright green fro wig wig and mask and have no idea what I was. I believe the attempt was a proper lively party with ...

PENGUINS, BABOONS, OSTRICH OH MY!

A travel blog entry by callent

4

... Then we went down to the beaches and they were just swimming around and climbing on boulders. They were so cute! I got a few videos of them running/wobbling around after each other. I officially want a penguin as a pet - hopefully my roommates let me bring one home. After watching the penguins for a few hours, we headed to cape point - where the two oceans (Indian and Atlantic) meet. Along the drive we saw baboons walking around, ostriches on the side ...

Bill's Birthday in Cape Town

A travel blog entry by lisabraz

4
47

... was very friendly and helpful. We both ordered from the specials board. Bill chose angel fish filets with a basil creme sauce and sliced potatoes, and I got something called kob (sp), a fluffy white fish served on a bed of spinach and surrounded by cut-up potatoes, grapefruit, and artichokes. Both of our dishes were divine. While we were eating, we struck up a conversation with a couple sitting next to us. They were probably 15+ years older than us and ...

New friends, Sharks and Family reunions

A travel blog entry by barefootsuzie

1
5

... directed to reception, in the middle of a packed out bar full of drunken backpackers having the time of their life and chatting to friends. I checked in and as I ascended the stairs to my dorm I suddenly felt a sense of panic. Call it fatigue, call it whatever but all that kept running through my mind was "what the hell have I done?" Now some people will read this and wonder why I felt that way, after all - I've always wanted to travel; I should therefore be indescribably happy ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, is near Robben Island, Camp's Bay Beach, City Hall, and Irma Stern Museum.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding